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Communication - Paper Bag Communication Book

Communication - Paper Bag Communication Book

Teaching students to COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY with each other, teachers and family members is very important. This Paper Bag Communication Book teaches students about the 3 communication styles: *Passive *Aggressive *Assertive *Self Reflection Activity/ questions *Compare and Contrast worksheet *A Better Way to Say It *I- Messages ****6 lesson plans included Any questions- email me at schoolcounselingconfessions@gmail.com Thank you, Vanessa - School Counseling Confessions

By schoolcounselingconfessions

Paper Bag Bully Book

Paper Bag Bully Book

Have students make their own interactive and fun PAPER BAG BULLY BOOK! This book explores the 4 different types of bullying and has extra slots for extended learning. Lots of information that is perfect for students in GRADES 3-5 to learn all there is to know about Bullying, Bullying Behaviors, Bystanders and GETTING HELP - there are options to dealing with a BULLY at school. 8 lessons included and step by step instructions for how to build the paper bag book. A great idea for classroom, small group or individual lessons! Check out my website School Counseling Confessions for great information and more FREEBIES! Thank you, Vanessa

By schoolcounselingconfessions

My Feelings - Word Wall Words, Emoji Game Cube, Feelings Activities

My Feelings - Word Wall Words, Emoji Game Cube, Feelings Activities

Having students understand how they are feeling and being able to express that emotion is so important! This purchase is for 38 pages of fun activities: 1. This focuses on 12 DIFFERENT feelings words. 2. Create a Feelings Word Wall in your Counseling Office/ Classroom with the Word Wall. 3. Use the Emoji Dice for Role Play activities or use the worksheet provided for small groups or individual work. 4. The Feelings Check In System for you to quickly assess students emotions when they enter your office. 5. Create a My Feelings packet for a group work activity. Everything you need when working with students who need help identifying their EMOTIONS! Any questions or comments you can always email me at: schoolcounselingconfessions@gmail.com Check out my website School Counseling Confessions for great information and more FREEBIES! Follow me on INSTAGRAM @schoolcounselingconfessions Follow me on PINTEREST @scconfessions Thank you, Vanessa School Counseling Confessions

By schoolcounselingconfessions

All About Me - Back to School Activity - Fun for grades 3-6

All About Me - Back to School Activity - Fun for grades 3-6

This is the perfect activity for students in grades 3-6 to introduce themselves to you. Great to use at the beginning of the school year or when taking students for new groups throughout the school year. Different topics and questions to answer on EACH page: **My Favorite Things **Places I would like to go **My Personality **I want my teacher to know... Students cut, staple and color each page - fun and interactive activity! Thank you, Vanessa - School Counseling Confessions

By schoolcounselingconfessions

Fostering Self-management for Upper Primary to Middle School Children from the Home front

Fostering Self-management for Upper Primary to Middle School Children from the Home front

This self-management tool is an excellent check list for students which was originally generated for a Unit of Inquiry on Rights and Responsibilities. It is used weekly/ fortnightly and the student, teachers and parents can track progress. Its a giant step to forming and internalizing efficient work habits and assuming greater responsibility in the home and complementing the school's effort. Rewards are strongly discouraged. Students should aim to improve for "the joy of being better self managed" and developing more independence. Rewards tend to diminish the drive and divert the motive therefore extrinsic motivators are discouraged, however, parents may use their own discretion.

By JudyChari

10 Things in my 'Back to School' Bag

10 Things in my 'Back to School' Bag

A fun and easy-to-do 'back to school' activity for your new class, which is ideal for getting to know each other and for creating a first day display. The objective of the lesson is for the children to create an imaginative list of 10 things that they would like to have in their school bag for the first day of a new school year. Their choices can be as strange or as sensible as they like, allowing for plenty of creative writing opportunities. The resource has two writing frames - one for a simple decorative piece and one for adding more imaginative written details - so the task can easily be differentiated to your class' needs. I have used the activity across KS2, but it can also be easily adapted for younger children. Includes: • Teacher PowerPoint presentation - provides instructions and examples for introducing the activity. • Writing frame 1 - can be completed with personal details and the 10 chosen items and then used for display. • Writing frame 2 - can be used to add imaginative written details about each of the children's 10 items and can then also form part of the display. Please see the Goldtopfox shop for a full range of useful teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox

By goldtopfox

KS3 Buddhism - Video Learning Sessions (x10) - Complete Lessons - Perfect for Cover!

KS3 Buddhism - Video Learning Sessions (x10) - Complete Lessons - Perfect for Cover!

This bundle contains the complete set of 10 video learning sessions for KS3 Buddhism. The bundle contains 6 video-learning worksheets that teachers can choose from, lesson plans (and cover lesson plans) and links to videos for a host of topics for KS3 Buddhism. These sessions are ideal for cover-lessons as they can be led by non-specialist teachers: all you need to do is print out one of the worksheet and run the PowerPoint show, selecting from a choice of videos and AfL tasks. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! ------------------------------------- The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) ____________________ System Requirements: Internet Access Access to YouTube Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor Teachers are advised to use a VPN to ensure unhindered access to YouTube videos.

By godwin86

KS3 Buddhism - Buddhism in Britain & Around the World [Video Learning Session]

KS3 Buddhism - Buddhism in Britain & Around the World [Video Learning Session]

This video worksheet session covers the topic of 'Buddhism in Britain and Around the World': it highlights the nature of Buddhism in Britain as well as providing cross-cultural comparisons. It is a complete lesson that, whilst very flexible, can last for over an hour if needs be. This lesson is one of a 10-part series of KS3 video-learning lessons for the religion of Buddhism. You can save money by buying the complete set by clicking the link below. It is a perfect 'instant lesson' and is useful both to RE specialists and as an emergency cover lesson led by non-specialists: all you need to do is print out one of the included worksheets and run the PowerPoint! Aside from links to carefully selected videos; this download includes: -a full lesson PowerPoint Show (.ppsx) -AfL tasks -SIX video-learning worksheets (.doc or .pdf) -A detailed lesson plan (and a slightly amended version for cover teachers) The worksheets are specially designed 'Video-Learning Worksheets' that structure students' learning whilst they use documentary evidence to research a subject: three of the worksheets are A4 and the other 3 A3 size (all double-sided!). Our video-learning sessions are also useful for GCSE Religious Studies classes. Since we provide a selection of video-links for each topic it is easy to differentiate for your class: you can even use your own videos in conjunction with the video-learning worksheets provided. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! ------------------------------------- The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) ____________________ System Requirements: Internet Access Access to YouTube Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor Teachers are advised to use a VPN to ensure unhindered access to YouTube videos. ____________________

By godwin86

KS3 Buddhism - The Four Noble Truths [Video Learning Session]

KS3 Buddhism - The Four Noble Truths [Video Learning Session]

This video worksheet session covers the topic of The Four Noble Truths It is a complete lesson that, whilst very flexible, can last for over an hour if needs be. This lesson is one of a 10-part series of KS3 video-learning lessons for the religion of Buddhism. You can save money by buying the complete set by clicking the link below. It is a perfect 'instant lesson' and is useful both to RE specialists and as an emergency cover lesson led by non-specialists: all you need to do is print out one of the included worksheets and run the PowerPoint! Aside from links to carefully selected videos; this download includes: -a full lesson PowerPoint Show (.ppsx) -AfL tasks -SIX video-learning worksheets (.doc or .pdf) -A detailed lesson plan (and a slightly amended version for cover teachers) The worksheets are specially designed 'Video-Learning Worksheets' that structure students' learning whilst they use documentary evidence to research a subject: three of the worksheets are A4 and the other 3 A3 size (all double-sided!). Our video-learning sessions are also useful for GCSE Religious Studies classes. Since we provide a selection of video-links for each topic it is easy to differentiate for your class: you can even use your own videos in conjunction with the video-learning worksheets provided. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! ------------------------------------- The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) ____________________ System Requirements: Internet Access Access to YouTube Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor Teachers are advised to use a VPN to ensure unhindered access to YouTube videos. ____________________

By godwin86

KS3 Buddhism - Religions of China [Video Learning Session] (Chinese Religions)

KS3 Buddhism - Religions of China [Video Learning Session] (Chinese Religions)

This video worksheet session covers the topic of 'The Three Religions of China' and compares Buddhism with Confucianism and Daoism (Taoism). It is a complete lesson that, whilst very flexible, can last for over an hour if needs be. This lesson is one of a 10-part series of KS3 video-learning lessons for the religion of Buddhism. You can save money by buying the complete set by clicking the link below. It is a perfect 'instant lesson' and is useful both to RE specialists and as an emergency cover lesson led by non-specialists: all you need to do is print out one of the included worksheets and run the PowerPoint! Aside from links to carefully selected videos; this download includes: -a full lesson PowerPoint Show (.ppsx) -AfL tasks -SIX video-learning worksheets (.doc or .pdf) -A detailed lesson plan (and a slightly amended version for cover teachers) The worksheets are specially designed 'Video-Learning Worksheets' that structure students' learning whilst they use documentary evidence to research a subject: three of the worksheets are A4 and the other 3 A3 size (all double-sided!). Our video-learning sessions are also useful for GCSE Religious Studies classes. Since we provide a selection of video-links for each topic it is easy to differentiate for your class: you can even use your own videos in conjunction with the video-learning worksheets provided. Positive reviews are warmly welcome! ------------------------------------- The contents of this page, the download, and all included materials are copyrighted by Adam Godwin (2017) ____________________ System Requirements: Internet Access Access to YouTube Microsoft Office (PowerPoint & Word) 512MB Ram 1.5GHZ Processor Teachers are advised to use a VPN to ensure unhindered access to YouTube videos. ____________________

By godwin86

PSHE Self Management Log for Primary to Middle School children

PSHE Self Management Log for Primary to Middle School children

This self-management tool is an excellent check list for students which was originally generated for a Unit of Inquiry on Rights and Responsibilities. It is used weekly and the student, teachers and parents can track progress. Its a giant step to forming good work habits and to internalize efficient work habits. Rewards are strongly discouraged. Students should aim to improve for the joy of being better self-managed. Rewards tend to diminish the drive and divert the motive. Golden time is an acceptable reward, beyond that there should really be no extrinsic motivators.

By JudyChari

The World News Crossword (August 20th, 2017)

The World News Crossword (August 20th, 2017)

The World News Crossword (August 20th, 2017) is a simple resource made up of a crossword (with answers) based on last week's news events - and THREE bonus crosswords. This week's bonus puzzles focus on Argentina, China, and New Zealand. The World News Crossword is reasonably simple to complete because its purpose is to engage students with their world and some of the many events that affect them. A two-week-old wildfire in Greenland. A terror attack in Barcelona. A baby dolphin killed because of tourists' curiosity. Venezuela went from bad to worse. 3000 Syrians returned home from Lebanon. Saudi Arabia negotiated to rebuild Iraq's cities. The US president used Twitter, again. Floods affected millions of people in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal. A tortoise escaped in Japan. But it's less about what happened last week than why and hopefully, if students work in groups to solve these puzzles, they'll chat among themselves about the stories in the puzzle. Why did Rwandans vote their president back for a third term? Why should Zimbabwe's Grace Mugabe escape prosecution for assaulting a model in a hotel in South Africa? Why is the US investigating China's intellectual property policies? And what's so wrong with an Australian politician holding dual-citizenship?

By BFP