Mental Health: AnxietyQuick View

Mental Health: Anxiety

Complete 1 hour lesson with starter handout and worksheets Suitable for KS3/4 easily adapted for either Different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Credit to BBC for video / Kidshealth for information Many more paid and free resources at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and I'll send you a resource for free. Just message me with the one you want :)

By EC_Resources

Anxiety and Worries Group interventionQuick View

Anxiety and Worries Group intervention

The intervention Who is if for? This Anxiety and Worries Group intervention is for a group of up to six children and is led by a teaching assistant. The focus age range would be 7 to 11, although older pupils would probably benefit from this intervention. Children who worry a lot would be a good focus group for this intervention. It runs for approximately 40-60 minutes, weekly for six weeks. What does it cover? This Anxiety and Worries Group intervention covers emotions, relaxation, calming down techniques and learning objectives around anxiety and worries. Children will learn about emotions during each session and will also learn relaxation and calming techniques through the ‘relaxation time’. This knowledge and these skills will help them to become more emotionally literate. The warm-up games teach a variety of skills such as co-operation, team work, taking turns, communication skills, friendship, self-esteem and confidence. The coming together of a group fosters a sense of belonging and therefore raises self-esteem. Every opportunity should be taken to promote belonging and friendship. Relaxation exercises will help children to manage their anxiety and these are visited each session. Information on Anxieties and worries It is important to mention that anxiety is such a big problem and affects people in different ways and at different things. Sometimes there appears to be no reason for the anxiety. This intervention is about giving children the knowledge to help themselves and to gain a little understanding about what anxiety is. It is NOT about fixing children’s problems but about supporting them through their problems. Anxiety work needs to be done by professionals who have training in counselling or psychology. An ELSA or TA can offer knowledge and support and it is important that this line is not crossed and boundaries are clear. By giving children the self-awareness, knowledge and some relaxation skills you are empowering them to help themselves cope. If you are ever worried about a child then please do refer them on to professional services so they can get the help they need. What’s included in the pack? A planning booklet with 6 session plans. Circle time rules Warm up games for circle-time Assessments Emotion wheels Emotion wordmat Certificates Five Star Breathing poster NEEDS to know Poster Emotion cards NEEDS to know cards Anxiety physical symptoms cards Where in your body worksheet Anxiety cards Coping strategies poster Worry tree Thought bubbles (ants) Changing those thoughts worksheet Zap anxiety poster My Five a day plan ELSA/Teaching Assistant notes

By Elsasupport

Anxiety in sport - In Their ShoesQuick View

Anxiety in sport - In Their Shoes

Activity for students to develop their understanding of anxiety and apply it to a sporting example. Students give descriptive qualities in the toes, explanatory detail in the left foot and evaluative detail in the right foot.

By aliciaberry

Mental Health: Social AnxietyQuick View

Mental Health: Social Anxiety

1hr PP, differentiated, worksheets, clips Complete 1 hour lesson with starter handout and worksheets Suitable for KS3/4 easily adapted for either Different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Credit to NHS for information/ Sebastiaan van der Schrier for clip link Many more paid and free resources at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and I'll send you a resource for free. Just message me with the one you want :)

By EC_Resources

Anxiety disorders Quick View

Anxiety disorders

This is a very useful revision guide for A LEVEL AQA Psychology B It covers the following topics: Phobia Explanations of phobias: Behavioural Evaluation of behavioural explanations Explanations of phobias: Psychodynamic Evaluation of psychodynamic explanations Flooding Psychodynamic Treatments for phobias Obsessive compulsive disorder Treatment for OCD: Neurosurgery OCD Treatment

By 123birouk

Managing Performance AnxietyQuick View

Managing Performance Anxiety

Help your students understand Stage Fright/Performance Anxiety **what it is, **why it happens and **strategies to control it! This is a 26 page PDF file focusing on Performance Anxiety or Stage Fright The file: Describes the mental, behavioral and physiological symptoms of stage fright. Discusses Fear versus Adrenalin and how performance adrenaline is a necessary and positive part of performance. Gives TEN easy to implement tips/strategies for reducing stage fright. There are also FOUR worksheets and ONE written response page for students to record their individual responses to stage fright! If students understand stage fright they will be more able to control it!

By AussieMusicTeacher

Positive Self-talk for anxiety and worriesQuick View

Positive Self-talk for anxiety and worries

Positive self-talk display pack for anxiety Help children to change their thoughts when they feel anxious by displaying these thought bubbles in your classroom or area. Print the banner as a poster in Adobe, you can choose how many sheets to print it over using the settings. What is included? How to change ‘Self-talk’ list 17 thought bubble suggestions Positive ‘self-talk’ list Positive ‘self-talk’ worksheet ‘When I feel anxious I can say’ banner

By Elsasupport

AQA A Level PE (New spec) Anxiety and ArousalQuick View

AQA A Level PE (New spec) Anxiety and Arousal

This includes a PowerPoint presentation covering content from the new A Level AQA PE specification. This has been simplified to enable adaptation at teachers leisure. There are recap questions at the end of the arousal slide as well as a research task to introduce anxiety. Homework/recap questions attached, with mark scheme. These have been produced using past paper questions which relate closely to the new specification. Also included is a recap activity which could be used after the topic as a plenary or at a later stage for revision purposes.


CPD  anxiety in children trainingQuick View

CPD anxiety in children training

A brief training session to bring anxiety in children to the forfront of staffs minds. this will help to start discussions and make staff aware that behind some behaviours can be anxiety.

By asadler79

Coping with Mathematics AnxietyQuick View

Coping with Mathematics Anxiety

As early as Reception, boys and girls are introduced to mathematics. As they progress in school, they will learn mathematic skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and much, much more. While mathematics can be fun and challenging for some boys and girls, it can equally be a very different experience for others. For many boys and girls, working with numbers and mathematical concepts can lead to what is commonly referred to as “mathematics anxiety”, in which they can develop a fear and stress about mathematics. They can feel anxiety about not getting the answers right and not understanding what is being taught. They may feel frustrated and upset about not doing well in mathematics, and may develop a dislike for the subject, making the development of mathematics skills even more difficult as they progress through the year groups. I have given this booklet to parents at parent consultation evenings and have had good feedback. In the booklet I refer much to 'boys' as I teach at an all boys' school. Please substitute in 'boys and girls'. I include a pdf and word document (docx) so that you might make it more user-friendly in your school. Included:- Common causes of anxiety How does it originate? Myths and misconceptions Symptoms and underlying causes of errors It is 'okay to make mistakes' How to deal with mathematics anxiety Mathematics games to play with children (parents) - from an early age Problem-solving strategies You can do mathematics! Negative reaction is not just a reaction to failure

By Math-Worksheets-Galore

A-Level Anxiety booklet and specification overviewQuick View

A-Level Anxiety booklet and specification overview

This resource covers the AQA PHED 3 specification for chapter 11 Anxiety. All of the key subject content is broken down into easy manageable chunks for students to remember, with key words that students must know clearly highlighted. Covered in this revision booklet: Controlling Anxiety – Different types of anxiety – somatic; cognitive, trait and state – Measuring anxiety – observations; questionnaires; SCAT, STA1, CSAI 2, physiological measures – Cognitive techniques to control anxiety – imagery, mental rehearsal and stress management, attentional control and cue utilisation, thought stopping, self-talk. – Somatic techniques to control anxiety – biofeedback, centring, breathing control and muscle relaxation Goal-setting – characteristics of effective goal setting. At the end of the booklet are all of the relevant past paper questions for students to apply their knowledge and understanding to.

By franferrrari

Video Lesson 9 - The effect of anxiety on the accuracy of eyewitness testimonyQuick View

Video Lesson 9 - The effect of anxiety on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony

Presented by Nick Redshaw - This 11 minute Video Presentation covers the effect of anxiety on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony section of our popular student workbook and includes discussion on the questions and suggested answers to questions within the our workbook. This presentation is ideal for creating the flipped classroom - simply post this on your VLE or Edmodo, and get your students to look at it before your lesson it is best used in conjunction with our workbooks that you can download here or get your students to buy their own print copy exclusively through Amazon (save on your photocopying budget). Ideal as part of sustained lessons or revision and will help your students achieve outstanding progress over time.

By nick_redshaw

Managing Anxiety at the Start of a New School YearQuick View

Managing Anxiety at the Start of a New School Year

As a new school year begins, pupils and members of staff encounter many new people and situations. Whilst most anticipate these with excitement, anxiety can also predominate. This power point identifies possible causes of anxiety, similarities between those experienced by pupils and members of staff, and strategies for overcoming them.

By tipsforteachers