Feeling Up or Feeling Down Game Secondary

9780863887109: Feeling Up or Feeling Down Game Secondary
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A fun and imaginative game to develop emotional literacy skills for students at risk of exclusion. It allows students to explore strategies for dealing with difficult situations at school and managing their uncomfortable feelings when they arise. Question cards cover the five SEAL areas and include: Self-Awareness - How do I feel about school? What am I good at? What is my happiest childhood memory? How would people describe me?; Managing Feelings - What makes me angry? How does feeling stressed affect me? Does music calm me down?; Motivation - What does being resilient mean? Do bad reputations stick? What's my goal?; Empathy - How do teachers feel? What can pupils do who are being bullied? How does having positive relationships help?; Social skills - How do I know if someone is really listening to me? What does acting assertively mean? Up to 6 players Age: 11-16 Teen Issues ColorCards[registered] The 36 cards and worksheets in this pack provide a platform for lively discussion around the variety of key experiences and situations that young people encounter in the modern world. Topics covered include: Relationships - parents and step families, siblings, friends, enemies, bullying; Lifestyle - diet and fitness, mental and physical health, self-esteem, addictions, body image; Safety - gaining independence, stress, bullying, gangs, cyber safety; and Life skills - money management, gambling, climate change, school workload, politics, making choices. The free CD-ROM includes worksheets for each ColorCard.

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Susie Davis has worked within the education system for 17 years both as an Education Welfare Officer and within a local authority behaviour support team and pupil referral unit. During this time she has built up a great deal of experience of working with and supporting students with behaviour and attendance difficulties, working with teachers on how to manage the challenges these students often bring to their lessons, and working in partnership with parents and other agencies to support their inclusion in school. Susie has devised a series of emotional literacy resources, most of which are specifically aimed at students at risk of exclusion from secondary school. After many years of working for a local authority Susie is now employed at Bradley Stoke Community School in South Gloucestershire as the Inclusion Team Leader.

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