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What's the buzz? for primary students : a social and emotional enrichment programme / Mark Le Messurier and Madhavi Nawana Parker.

By: Le Messurier, Mark.
Contributor(s): Parker, Madhavi Nawana.
Publisher: Abingdon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Edition: Second edition.Description: xiv, 298 pages : illustrations : 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138080317.Subject(s): PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE | SOCIAL SKILLS | ATTENTION SEEKING | FRIENDSHIPS | FEELINGS | EMPATHY | ANXIETY | BULLYING | SELF AWARENESS
Contents:
Lesson 1. meeting people and exiting -- Lesson 2. seeking attention -- Lesson 3. peer pressure; when to follow and when to go your own way -- Lesson 4. being friendly -- Lesson 5. competition; winning and losing with style -- Lesson 6. feelings; yours, mine and everyone's -- Lesson 7. feelings and the warning signs -- Lesson 8. feelings and thinking positively -- Lesson 9. feelings and wellbeing -- Lesson 10. empathy -- Lesson 11. anxiety -- name it and work with it -- Lesson 12. handling disappointment -- Lesson 13. bullying and bullying-styled behaviours; dealing with them -- Lesson 14. the connecting art of conversation -- Lesson 15. self-awareness: building emotional intelligence and identity -- Lesson 16. the value of giving encouraging feedback.
Summary: "What's the Buzz? is an internationally renowned series of programmes designed to help children and young people develop social and emotional awareness. Now available in a revised second edition, What's the Buzz for Primary Students is a sixteen-lesson programme targeting everyday social challenges faced by primary aged children, such as peer pressure and bullying style behaviours; competition and handling disappointment; feelings and wellbeing and self-awareness. Each lesson is designed around the SAFE criteria (Sequenced; Active; Focused; Explicit) and includes: A new and beautifully illustrated 'Archie' story, in which the popular character faces a new and relatable social challenge A series of lively and exciting games and activity suggestions Role-plays and discussion points so that children can put their skills into practice in a supportive environment Having already proven to appeal to teachers and support staff, counsellors and psychologists worldwide, this resource is suitable for anybody looking to enrich the social lives of children. Resources and training modules to support this book can be found on the website www.whatsthebuzz.net.au"-- Provided by publisher.
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"A revised edition of: What's the buzz?: games and activities to improve social skills : a 16-lesson plan for primary schools."

Lesson 1. meeting people and exiting -- Lesson 2. seeking attention -- Lesson 3. peer pressure; when to follow and when to go your own way -- Lesson 4. being friendly -- Lesson 5. competition; winning and losing with style -- Lesson 6. feelings; yours, mine and everyone's -- Lesson 7. feelings and the warning signs -- Lesson 8. feelings and thinking positively -- Lesson 9. feelings and wellbeing -- Lesson 10. empathy -- Lesson 11. anxiety -- name it and work with it -- Lesson 12. handling disappointment -- Lesson 13. bullying and bullying-styled behaviours; dealing with them -- Lesson 14. the connecting art of conversation -- Lesson 15. self-awareness: building emotional intelligence and identity -- Lesson 16. the value of giving encouraging feedback.

"What's the Buzz? is an internationally renowned series of programmes designed to help children and young people develop social and emotional awareness. Now available in a revised second edition, What's the Buzz for Primary Students is a sixteen-lesson programme targeting everyday social challenges faced by primary aged children, such as peer pressure and bullying style behaviours; competition and handling disappointment; feelings and wellbeing and self-awareness. Each lesson is designed around the SAFE criteria (Sequenced; Active; Focused; Explicit) and includes: A new and beautifully illustrated 'Archie' story, in which the popular character faces a new and relatable social challenge A series of lively and exciting games and activity suggestions Role-plays and discussion points so that children can put their skills into practice in a supportive environment Having already proven to appeal to teachers and support staff, counsellors and psychologists worldwide, this resource is suitable for anybody looking to enrich the social lives of children. Resources and training modules to support this book can be found on the website www.whatsthebuzz.net.au"-- Provided by publisher.

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