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This social story was developed as a way to discuss disagreeing appropriately with older students. The illustrations throughout the story make it more interesting to students and helpful for students at many academic levels. It provides real world examples of disagreeing appropriately, and consequen
Minimize back-talk, arguments, and heated disagreements by teaching your students to Disagree Appropriately. Print a large poster for your walls or print one for each student's interactive notebooks. Or both! Comes with both the PDF for easy printing and the jpeg files. Posters backgrounds: # B
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Not Grade Specific
Our school has adopted the 16 Classroom Survival Skills. This Flipchart teaches "Disagreeing Appropriately". It includes a brainstorming activity, steps for the skill, two Think-Pair-Share activities, and one writing prompt. The lessons are designed to be short (10-15 minutes). I focus on one page o
Activity uses the 4 expressions moi aussi, pas moi, moi non plus, and moi si. Each partner tells whether or not they participate in 5 different activities. The partner listens and responds appropriately for whether or not they participate in each activity. Corresponds to T'es branché 1 chapter 2,
Grades:
8th - 11th
Do your students need support in resolving conflicts appropriately? Many students simply do not have the skills that they need to peacefully resolve conflicts- yet! This resource includes a PowerPoint Presentation with 36 slides, cloze notes, and 6 activities for practicing specific conflict resol
These posters are meant to reiterate (or help teach) science lab expectations. The expectations are: *STAY SAFE: use all materials appropriately*FOLLOW DIRECTIONS: Listen carefully and follow all lab procedures!*WORK TOGETHER: Cooperate with your group and teacher! Disagree politely!*CLEAN UP: Make
Do you have a student who wants everyone to agree with them? This very simple social story explains that it's OK to disagree and how to behave appropriately when you do.
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PreK - 2nd
This folder contains 11 Social Skills PowerPoints:-Accepting Criticism or Consequences-Accepting Compliments-Accepting No For an Answer-Asking For Help-Choosing Appropriate Words to Say -Disagreeing Appropriately-Following Instructions-Getting the Teacher's Attention-Greeting Others-Minding Your Own
Accountable Talk - Math Prompt PostersThis resource is a great tool to display in your math classroom. These posters provide sentence starters for students to agree, disagree, or ask for clarification in the math classroom. They also are a great way to add color and decoration into your math classro
This PDF includes a single homework page for each of the 16 social skills: Following Directions Accepting Criticism or a Consequence Accepting No for an Answer Greeting Others Getting the Teacher's Attention Disagreeing Appropriately Making an Apology Accepting Compliments Having a Conversation Aski
Is it just me, or does selective mutism seem to be on the rise? I am seeing kids with this debilitating disorder more and more in our schools these days, and treating them appropriately can be quite a challenge. Start with this resource! It's been my go-to for helping children or school teams over t
Social Skills Lesson: Disagreeing Politely Teaching social skills to students is such a passion of mine. Social skills are so important for students to learn explicitly. This social skill lesson is about teaching students how to respond appropriately when they disagree with someone. Students wil
End the school year with some honest feedback and reflection from your students to see what worked and what can be changed for next year! In this 2-part survey, students respond using a scale of 1-5 to agree or disagree with various statements about their accountability, organization, independence,
Use as flashcards or clip them onto a binder ring.-Making an Apology-Resisting Peer Pressure -Sharing Something -Staying on Task-Working with Others-Accepting Compliments -Accepting Criticism or a Consequence -Accepting No-Appropriate Voice Tone -Asking for Help-Asking Permission-Connecting with Ot
Encourage positive participation with this poster! I hung this poster in my room and referred students to it when we were doing group work or having a discussion. I found that a huge reason for unproductive groups or discussions is that students don't know how to phrase their ideas appropriately.
I Just don’t like the sound of NO! (How about MAYBE?) by Julia Cook is a terrific book for little ones of all ages. We are using it in our multi age story time and the response has been wonderful. Our focus is to use the book and these activities to appropriately accept no for an answer and to di
This Number Talks bundle includes the Smart Board document and PowerPoint slideshow. Number Talks increase computational fluency.★My students love Number Talks. They are short and allow students to do mental computation and explain (using mathematical language) and defend their answers, as well as
This Adding to Comments printable is a great addition to my Conversation Menu, which can be found at... http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Conversation-Menu-Freebie-1022362 This printable will give students sentence starters to add to conversations about literature. It will help them to app
If you are finding that your students have difficulty communicating in a respectful and courteous manner, or they just have a hard time framing their thoughts, then these accountable talk sentence stem bubbles will help you promote a more positive and productive learning environment!This set of twen
Oh those teachable moments! You know the ones where a lesson takes an unexpected turn because students disagree (or in some cases when two students want to respond at the same time). These sentence starters will help get the discussion back on track and improve the way students interact with each ot
Build your students' social-emotional skills and strengthen your classroom community by addressing CASEL social-emotional learning standards and ELA skills at the same time through PictureBook SEL! This companion for I Just Don't Like the Sound of No! (written by Julia Cook) is full of social-emotio
If you are finding that your students have difficulty communicating in a respectful and courteous manner, or they just have a hard time framing their thoughts, then these accountable talk sentence stem posters will help you promote a more positive and productive learning environment!This set of seve
NEW RAINBOW Social Skill Posters! Start your year right by teaching social skills!Print and laminate these social skills posters to display on bulletin boards, use during morning meeting, and/or incorporate in minilessons. Refer to them all year long to help students master each social skill.These p
Our school has adopted the 16 Classroom Survival Skills. This Flipchart teaches "Following Instructions". It includes a brainstorming activity, steps for the skill, two practice activities, and one writing prompt. The lessons are designed to be short (10-15 minutes). I focus on one page of the flipc

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