Detention Worksheets (x10) [Behaviour & Discipline Reflections ]Quick View

Detention Worksheets (x10) [Behaviour & Discipline Reflections ]

The principles of self-regulated learning can be applied to student behaviour: this set of ten (colour & double-sided) printable worksheets fosters student reflection during detentions and other behavioural interventions. They’re ideal for: Detentions resulting from disruptive classroom conduct Students who have been sent to members of the leadership team for supervision Behavioural interventions with students who have persistent issues with behaviour Each worksheet includes a variety of reflection tasks and concludes with a space allowing for targets for improvements to be set by the student and reviewed by the teacher or supervisor in charge of their behavioural intervention. Note: we have included both US & UK English spelling versions in this download due to the number of times the word ‘Behaviour’/‘Behavior’ is used! We hope this will be useful for our nternational customers, members and supporters. Copyright The Global Metacognition Institute (2019)
Behaviour Reflection Task WorksheetQuick View

Behaviour Reflection Task Worksheet

This resource is a ‘behaviour reflection board’. This worksheet can be used to encourage students to reflect on their behaviour and to consider influences on their behaviour, their dislikes and likes as well as their triggers and how the believe they are best motivated. This is designed to be completed by students individually or in groups and students be used to help plan a course of action. It can be paired with a behaviour action plan to share with staff as well as a behaviour contract. I’d love to know if you find this useful. Please follow me on:
Anti-Social Behaviour + GangsQuick View

Anti-Social Behaviour + Gangs

An hour long, fully resourced PSHE lesson with a focus on discouraging anti-social behaviour, gang + mob mentality, and explaining consequences (legal and social) as well as why some young people still do it. This resource pack includes an hour long PowerPoint, differentiated challenge activities, worksheets, clips and literacy focus tasks. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes). This lesson could be used for PSHE, Citizenship or Life Skills. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources   Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
Hurtful BehaviourQuick View

Hurtful Behaviour

Hurtful behaviour PSHE Lesson. A one hour-long, very detailed, fully resourced PSHE lesson suitable for KS2. In this lesson, the students will discuss different forms of hurtful behaviour including name-calling, spreading rumours, excluding others and the fine line between playful jokes and hurt feelings. We will discuss different types of unkind words and reflect on the impact that they can have on us. We will investigate a series of case studies and reflect on how kindness and respect relate to each scenario. The lesson includes case studies, a match-up task, a video clip with questions, and clear, measurable learning outcomes. Created to fit the new DfE and PSHE Association statutory 2020 /21 guidelines, Includes detailed PowerPoints, all editable with accompanying tasks and worksheets. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is designed to be ‘no prep’, so you can just pick it up and use it, although it is still adaptable should you wish to. Who are EC Resources? EC Resources are the top TES PSHE providers and are a group of teachers who work together to create easy to use, high quality and editable lessons and units of work. We have created lessons for The Children’s Commissioner, The Bank of England, MACS Charity, Tes, LikeToBe Careers, the Criminal Cases Review Commission (UK Gov) and have also completed PSHE and Citizenship commissions for schools across the UK. Check out our PSHE Packages here: Complete KS2 PSHE and RSE Complete KS3 PSHE and RSE Complete KS4 PSHE and RSE One Year of KS5 PSHE and RSE One Year of Citizenship and British Values Complete Year 7 and 8 RE Complete Careers and Employability AQA Citizenship GCSE Mega Pack We also run and you can contact us at Teaching PSHE, RE or Citizenship GCSE next year? Why not join our Citizenship and PSHE teachers Facebook group, with 8000 other teachers, for guidance, advice and resource sharing.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy WorksheetsQuick View

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Worksheets

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a form of therapy that deals with the ways in which your thoughts affect your behavior. It is designed to help you rationalise how you’re thinking with the aim of seeing a change in attitude and behavior. CBT is most commonly used to support those suffering with anxiety and/or depression. This bundle has worksheets to support children to think about the connections between their feelings, thoughts, actions and bodily reactions. Clipart images courtesy of Kari Bolt Clip Art This pack contains 11 worksheets and one support poster: Changing my thoughts Cognitive Triangle poster Describing my feelings My biggest worry My body My bucket full of worries Feelings thermometer Positive thinking Reasons I am special Things I can’t control Things that make me stressed When things go wrong
Behaviour + RulesQuick View

Behaviour + Rules

For any class - an editable lesson where students establish and 'buy-in' to why classroom rules are important, in a positive and supportive way. Ideal for new form groups but could easily be used in any subject. This ca be used as a one off lesson with a difficult class, or as part of a PSHE unit establishing why good behaviour at school is essential for future success in life. Includes: 1x hour PowerPoint, worksheets, clips, well differentiated activities, all editable. These resources have been designed to be engaging, detailed and easy to follow. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and are designed to last one hour each. You can find many more inexpensive and free PSHE, Citizenship and RE resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
Behaviour Worksheets (UK)Quick View

Behaviour Worksheets (UK)

Behaviour KS3 and KS4. Students can identify common types of negative behaviour and explain their negative behaviour and possible causes for it. Includes a ‘pick the opposites’ activity, ‘questions about you’ 2 page worksheet and answer sheet. Image copyright Lily Bass.
Behaviour:  Iceberg worksheet.Quick View

Behaviour: Iceberg worksheet.

Recognising and understanding our own feelings and our actions is so important for children. Everyone finds different ways to manage their emotions so they feel safe and protected but, people can act in very different ways. This worksheet is to support children/staff and parents but, can be used in many different ways. Some of the ways I used this worksheet; After a crisis moment, when the child is calm. ( along side a comic strip) To support in discussing and gaining understanding of what happened on the surface and underneath. During a block of work surrounding emotional literacy. I like to do this activity at the beginning and towards the end of a block of work as i find it can also be great evidence for progress of their understanding.
Behaviour Support Worksheet BundleQuick View

Behaviour Support Worksheet Bundle

9 Resources
Bundle of worksheets and prompts for behaviour support helping children to think about their feelings and their actions and the consequences of those actions. Clipart images courtesy of Kari Bolt Children’s Illustrator
Behaviour Choices WorksheetQuick View

Behaviour Choices Worksheet

Worksheet in which children should look at pictures and decide whether it shows a good or bad behaviour choice and they should then circle a thumb up or thumb down accordingly. Clipart images courtesy of Kari Bolt Clip Art
Behaviour Choices WorksheetQuick View

Behaviour Choices Worksheet

Cut and Stick worksheet in which children should look at the pictures and decide whether they show good or bad behaviour choices. Clipart images courtesy of Kari Bolt Clip Art
Adaptations - structural, functional, behavioural  worksheetQuick View

Adaptations - structural, functional, behavioural worksheet

This worksheet allows students the opportunity to decide if an adaptation is structural, functional or behavioural. Written with AQA Trilogy in mind. Also included Powerpoint slide with answers to be used for self or peer assessment of worksheet.
Alternative Views of Consumer Behaviour Worksheet - A Level EconomicsQuick View

Alternative Views of Consumer Behaviour Worksheet - A Level Economics

A Level Economics worksheet activity containing questions about the lesson: Alternative Views of Consumer Behaviour (1.2.10) Model Answers Included This is tailored for the Edexcel specification, however, the versatile nature of this resource makes it suitable for other exam boards too. This resource is designed to help students apply their knowledge to questions. This active revision technique ensures that the worksheet will be very useful for students, and will act as a vital revision tool. Click on the links below to check out some of our FREE resources: Free Worksheets: Introduction to Economics Worksheet The Economic Problem Worksheet Production Possibility Frontiers Worksheet Specialisation & the Division of Labour Worksheet Types of Economy Worksheet Price Determination Worksheet National Income Worksheet Free Lessons: Introduction to Economics Lesson The Economic Problem Lesson Production Possibility Frontiers Lesson Specialisation & the Division of Labour Lesson Types of Economy Lesson Price Determination Lesson National Income Lesson We really appreciate feedback on our resources so if you kindly leave a review down below, you will be able to claim any resource (up to the value of this resource) from our shop for FREE. Just email with your username and your chosen resource. Your chosen resource will be sent to you within 24 hours.
Behavioural Economics Nudge Worksheets with AnswersQuick View

Behavioural Economics Nudge Worksheets with Answers

This resource contains two worksheets designed to challenge students and apply their knowledge of behavioural economics to solve market failures in the fast food market and increase household recycling. Both worksheets come with suggested teacher answers and can prompt a good discussion at the end of the lesson when deciding whether nudges are more effective in the fast food market or to encourage recycling. The worksheets are different difficulties, with the recycling worksheet being the more difficult of the two.
Behavioural Psychology Revision WorksheetQuick View

Behavioural Psychology Revision Worksheet

Studying Behavioural Psychology, and more specifically psychologists behind it? We have the revision worksheet for you! It is the perfect revision kit for students. Learn all you need to know about that topic to get top marks!
Animal Behaviour Resources: Worksheets, ActivitiesQuick View

Animal Behaviour Resources: Worksheets, Activities

Scheme of work, smartboard file and several worksheets for a year 8 animal behaviour scheme. Crosswords, problem solving worksheet, cardsorts, fill in the blanks and traditional question worksheets, This is the first scheme of work I have written, hope it can be of use.
Voter behaviour and the media (12 lessons + worksheets & more)Quick View

Voter behaviour and the media (12 lessons + worksheets & more)

14 Resources
Bundle of 12 AS Politics lessons covering voter behaviour and the media module. Each lesson includes a PowerPoint (plus worksheets/activities): Lesson 1: Introduction to voter behaviour Lesson 2: ‘Typical’ party voters Lesson 3: Political data Lesson 4: Gender, ethnicity & education Lesson 5: Governing competence Lesson 6: Party manifestos Lesson 7: 1979 general election Lesson 8: Political advertising Lesson 9: British politics in the 1980s & 1990s Lesson 10: Tory sleaze Lesson 11: Influence of the media Lesson 12: Disillusion & apathy Also includes a list of recommended UK politics documentaries; and a set of 35 politics revision tips. Individual lessons (plus more Economics, Politics and Business Studies material) can be found here:
Army and behaviourQuick View

Army and behaviour

To look at how behaviour impacts real life and circumstances; comparing how discipline is used in the British army to behaviour in life in general. A short session using the British army as a reference to talk about behaviour and discipline. Fit into the PHSE curriculum or for use with small groups of disengaged students. Facilitator guidance and student worksheet. Click on the link for more resources