Teach middle school students in small or large groups how to manage their own behavior with these dynamic activities. The best-of-the-best, these lessons come right to the point. They teach the specific skills and strategies middle school students need to gain self control and manage their anger. This book may be used in conjunction with the Anger and Conflict Management: Personal Handbook for added emphasis.
The lessons in this guide are experiential, featuring student involvement and input as much as possible, so that students will find each lesson personally worthwhile and interesting. Since students themselves are the primary resource, preparations are not elaborate and expensive. Also, since the subject matter is sensitive, the lessons have been carefully structured step-by-step to eliminate confusing and problems.
•Lessons 1-12: Directly teaches the essential principals of self-control and anger management.
Lesson 13: Reviews and summarizes what has been learned.
Lessons 14-20: Focuses on constructive, alternative actions — the assertive skills and strategies of self-control and anger management in challenging situations.
65 pages, 8.5 x 11, softcover