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Good communication skills are an important part of getting along well with others and having healthy, positive relationships in all areas of life. The first lesson (of two) focuses on teaching students good communication skills along with the difference between the three communication styles: passiv
Could your students use a lesson in how to best communicate face to face?This lesson may be perfect for you! Teach students about passive, aggressive, and assertive communication styles using task card scenarios, a presentation, and a self-reflection quiz that students will love! This is perfect for
COMMUNICATION SKILLS activities (12 lessons). FUN BACK to SCHOOL activities! Teach Important Life Skills - IN PERSON or REMOTE LEARNING. Help students communicate more effectively and be more assertive. Communication is key during difficult situations with friends, classmates, romantic relationships
A set of 12 role play scenarios on cards that will help you teach passive, assertive and aggressive behaviour. Students will read the scenario and discuss how they would respond/react. The scenarios will encourage students to think about how to be assertive.Students could create a drama role play o
This is a great quick reference tool for students who are struggling to choose the appropriate style of communication. This could be used to help resolve conflicts, or in addition to a group, such as the STRONG Girls Group. Best for middle and high school students.Included are:*Printable Passive, Ag
Social Skills/Life Skills: Assertiveness: Which Is Which This worksheet is designed to help student learn about the three basic types of communication; passive, aggressive and assertive. Students will read a statement and response and decide if the response is an example of passive, assertive or an
This lesson covers Passive, Assertive and Aggressive styles of communication,ideas for gaining Confidence as well as the use of I statements to clearly communicate your message. There is a PowerPoint presentation and a workbook. It is provided in ppt, pdf and word format so that it can be edited if
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
In this lesson, students will learn about four communication styles; assertive, aggressive, passive-aggressive, and passive. There is a 9 slide PowerPoint Presentation and a follow-up 10 question survey for students to take and find out their dominating communication style. Summaries of each style
Healthy communications skills are KEY to healthy relationships! Dive into 3 different parts of communication with activities for students in grades K-8. Some of the activities are divided into K-4 and 5-8. Make sure to skip to the end to find the ASCA standards met in the lesson and choose the "I
This Assertive Communications lesson will assist your learners in identifying behavior traits that could be creating barriers to effective communication both in the workplace and the classroom. There are two parts to it.1. The Google Slide presentation. This covers:Passive, Assertive and Aggressive
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Click HERE for a more in-depth Product Preview. (VIDEO)Interactive Google Slides "Communication Skills"Let's be honest, communication skills among the younger generation is greatly lacking. Teaching such skills is an absolute MUST! I have created this wonderful interactive informative lesson and ac
Grades:
6th - 12th
This product listing is for a Communication Booklet, and it includes: -Passive, Aggressive and/or Assertive Communication - I-Messages, -Body Language -Mindful about Communication -Self-Quiz -Conversations -Communication Puzzles -Lesson Plans If you would like more products about Communication, a
Communication Skills Card GameActivity Description:This activity helps students to understand some of the key components of communication such as: body language, effective communication, the difference between verbal and non-verbal communication, and identifying passive/aggressive/assertive communic
Unit 4 Lesson 3: Verbal Communication Skills (Speaking and Listening)Students have two important jobs to do when communicating verbally - speaking and listening. Sometimes, it's hard work but these skills can be taught! This instructional video lesson teachers students how to be the best communicat
This Assertive Communications PowerPoint Presentation will assist your learners in identifying behavior traits that could be creating barriers to effective communication both in the workplace and the classroom. Topics covered are:Passive, Assertive and Aggressive styles of communicationIdeas for gai
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12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This PowerPoint lesson is designed to help students learn about the three basic types of communication; passive, aggressive and assertive. Students who are taught how to be assertive are less likely to participate in behaviors where they feel uncomfortable. Learning Objectives: What is communicati
Teach your students about different forms of communication, and allow them to practice each form through suggest scenarios. This resource is excellent for students who are learning about effective communication skills, or dealing with responding to peer pressure.
Grades:
6th - 10th
These no prep assertiveness activities are the perfect way to help your students understand the difference between passive, assertive and aggressive communication styles and to practice being assertive. Students will learn what assertiveness is, why it’s important, and when and how to practice it! T
This resource includes a chart which reviews characteristics of passive, aggressive and assertive communication styles. This download also includes a Communication Styles Survey, which students can complete electronically. When used in conjunction with the Assertive vs. Passive vs. Aggressive Worksh
★★★★★ My substitute plans are hot sellers, so here by popular demand is the newest addition of fun sub plans!This activity is an easy one to have tucked in a cupboard in case of an emergency/unplanned sub day!! It's such a good lesson, you may not want to leave this one with a sub!-----------------
Communication Styles Classroom Guidance Lesson: Help students understand passive, assertive, and aggressive communication styles with small problems with this fun school counseling classroom guidance lesson! This lesson includes a PowerPoint storybook, 2 hands-on small group activities, and a fun, m
This elementary school classroom guidance lesson introduces students to three basic communication styles (passive communication, aggressive communication, and assertive communication). Use an analogy of ocean waves to illustrate the three communication styles! Students work in small groups to consid
This chart, in conjunction with the Assertive vs. Passive vs. Aggressive Worksheet,helps students to identify their communication style and to teaches them about appropriate ways of handling conflict. Great tool for individual or group sessions.
This interactive powerpoint defines assertive, passive and aggressive communication and offers students steps towards being assertive. Within this presentation, students are presented with different reactions towards an uncomfortable scenario as well as opportunities to share their thoughts on vari

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