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Learning to become socially talented children : worksheets to facilitate social and emotional learning / Karen Palmer-Roach & Rebecca Childs.

By: Palmer-Roach, Karen.
Contributor(s): Childs, Rebecca.
Publisher: Abingdon : Routledge, 2017Copyright date: Milton Keynes : Speechmark Publishing Ltd 2006Description: x, 244 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm + 1 CD-ROM.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780863886751.Subject(s): CHILDREN | BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS | SOCIAL SKILLS | EMOTIONAL REGULATION | COMMUNICATION | PROBLEM SOLVING | AFFECTIVE EDUCATION | CONDUCT OF LIFE | SOCIAL LEARNING
Contents:
Foreword. - About the authors. - Introduction. - 1. Introducing me. - 2. I feel good about me. - 3. Getting to know my body. - 4. Feelings. - 5. The anger whirlwind. - 6. Ways to help me manage my behaviour. - 7. Calm and chilled. - 8. Communication. - 9. Friendship. - 10. Concentration. - 11. Classroom behaviour. - 12. Mind your manners. - 13. Sort it out!
Summary: "The aim of this book is to provide resources to facilitate the learning of new skills related to social, emotional and behavioural issues (SEBD) in children." - INTRODUCTION
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Includes bibliographical references (page 243) and index.

Foreword. - About the authors. - Introduction. - 1. Introducing me. - 2. I feel good about me. - 3. Getting to know my body. - 4. Feelings. - 5. The anger whirlwind. - 6. Ways to help me manage my behaviour. - 7. Calm and chilled. - 8. Communication. - 9. Friendship. - 10. Concentration. - 11. Classroom behaviour. - 12. Mind your manners. - 13. Sort it out!

"The aim of this book is to provide resources to facilitate the learning of new skills related to social, emotional and behavioural issues (SEBD) in children." - INTRODUCTION

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