Getting to Know Me: Encouraging Positive Attitudes in Children

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Routledge, 2006 - Education - 93 pages
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The lessons in Getting to Know Me aim to foster positive attitudes towards self and others. The book contains worksheets, games, cards and study grids to assist teachers in their day-to-day work in the classroom. All worksheets come with teachers notes suggesting ways of presenting the lessons, and can be used as a structured learning programme, as part of a 1:1 lesson, or to address problems as they arise.

Lessons cover:

  • self-image
  • self esteem
  • social skills
  • anger management
  • handling and resolving conflict.

For all teachers in mainstream schools and pupil referral units, particularly SENCos, pastoral staff, behaviour management personnel, mentors and LSAs, and teachers of personal, social and health education.

 

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Contents

SelfAwareness and Social Skills
1
Anger and Conflict
51
Bullying Issues
81
Anger Management Programme
90
Blank Programme Sheet
92
Behaviour Contract requires addition of school name
93
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About the author (2006)

John Taylor, a journalist for more than two decades, has been a contributing editor at New York magazine and a senior writer for Esquire. He lives in East Moriches, New York.

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