Helping teens work through conflicts with each other and adults has never been more important. This comprehensive new resource gives secondary teachers over 150 ready-to-use worksheets to help students build successful working relationships with peers, teachers, parents, and other adults. Each of the five sections-Family Bonding, Character Development, Community Involvement, "It Takes a Whole Village to Raise a Child," and Choices, Changes and Challenges-is filled with activities that help students practice skills in self-improvement and collaborating with others to build more peaceful environments. The activities focus on issues such as rejection, injustice, violence, materialism, and substance abuse and encourage thoughtful, written responses that lead to meaningful dialogue.
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This comprehensive new resource gives secondary teachers 154 ready-to-use worksheets to help students learn how to resolve conflicts and build effective working relationships with their peers and adults!
Each illustrated activity helps young people develop the skills they need to recognize and resolve conflicts with others and acquire true self-esteem, constructive attitudes, and positive behaviors necessary for productive lives and careers. The activities focus on issues that students can readily relate to—such as rejections, bullying, gangs, and substance abuse—and require thoughtful, written individual responses to encourage dialogue and examination of teen roles in creating safe environments for everyone.
For your convenience, all of these ready-to-use activities are accompanied by concise teacher directions, printed in a big 8 ¼" x 11" spiral-bound format that folds flat for easy photocopying and organized into five distinct sections. Following are brief section descriptions with a sampling of activities from each section:
You'll also find a list of 25 objectives describing how TEEN SMART can help teenagers deal constructively with conflicts in their homes, schools, and communities, plus a set of 6 reproducible enrichment activities that explore the topics of gender and race stereotyping, cause-and-effect relationships, and human diversity!About the Author:
Saundrah Clark Grevious earned her B.A.. from Chicago Teachers College and her M.E. from Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She has over 25 years of experience teaching racially mixed and culturally diverse students in Illinois, California, Alaska, Maryland, Minnesota, and New Jersey. Mrs. Grevious presently teaches in the Piscataway Township Public Schools and frequently conducts in-service workshops in human relations and multicultural education for school staff in districts across the country. She is the author of Ready-to-Use Multicultural Activities for Primary Children (The Center, 1993).
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Book Description Jossey-Bass, 1999. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110130226521
Book Description Jossey-Bass, 1999. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130226521