What's the buzz with teenagers? : a universal social and emotional literacy resource / Mark Le Messurier and Madhavi Nawana Parker.
By: Le Messurier, Mark.
Contributor(s): Parker, Madhavi Nawana.Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Copyright date: 2019Description: xv, 278 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780367149789.Subject(s): YOUTH | ADOLESCENTS | SOCIAL SKILLS | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | FRIENDSHIPS | EMPATHY | RESILIENCE | GRIEF | BULLYING | CONDUCT OF LIFE
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction: Practical considerations for implementation. - Lesson 1: The ins and outs of friendships: "new beginnings" - Lesson 2: What is a friend? 'A good friendship, it's bigger than being popular" - Lesson 3: Switching on positivity: "This is the last place I want to be" - Lesson 4: Wellbeing and social media: "Archie, get off your phone! You're addicted to it!" - Lesson 5: Empathy: "Thanks for understanding" - Lesson 6: Resilience: "Going with the flow" - Lessoon 7: Dealing with disappointment (loss and grief): "They loved each other" - Lesson 8: Handling anxiety: "I don't want to talk about it" - Lesson 9: Responding to dominating behaviours: "Put your hand up if you don't want Rafi to be in our group" - Lesson 10: Being hurt, trolled or abused online: "Tick tock, we're waiting for your head to rock".
"Pre-teens and teenagers are faced with a continually changing and complex social world which not only involves face-to-face action, but also online and social media interaction. What's the Buzz with Teenagers? is offers a highly practical programme designed to explicitly teach young people to get along and maintain healthy relationships with their friends, family and the broader community. Embracing current thinking on `self-awareness and behaviour transformation' in adolescents, it uses highly interactive role-plays, filmmaking, thinking exercises, quizzes, group discussions, and confidence building games to improve social skills and promote inclusion in a fun, effective and appealing way. Easy to implement in upper primary and middle schools, in health care settings and beyond." - BOOK JACKET