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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
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.
Passive Aggressive Assertive Communication Styles is the second lesson in an empathy unit for upper elementary/younger middle school students. Use this lesson as a stand alone lesson about the differences between passive, aggressive and assertive communication styles and how to use an assertive voi
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
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 an all-girl group, such as the STRONG Girls Group. Best for middle and high school students. Included are: *Printabl
This pack includes a variety of activities to teach students about three communication styles: passive, aggressive, and assertive. Activities included in this pack:- PowerPoint Presentation- Scavenger Hunt (30 prompts)- SCOOT (30 prompts; same as scavenger hunt)- Communication Styles Circle Game wi
This activity helps identify the differences between passive, aggressive, and assertive communication. The activity can be done in a group setting or individually.
This worksheet should be used to help students practice different communication styles. They will practice writing assertive, passive and aggressive responses to various social situations.
INCLUDES: Lesson Plan, 14 Slide PP, Assessment (Rubric Included), Activity Materials, Student Notes, Student Notes (Teacher's Version). Subject: Communication and Body Language; Covers - Interpersonal Communication, Reflective Listening, Verbal Communication Activity, Body Language Activity, Verbal
Powerpoint describing passive, aggressive, and assertive communication styles. Includes tips on how to be an assertive communicator, video clip examples, and workplace practice scenarios.
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.
6th - 10th
This poster is helpful to teach children different communication styles when speaking with their peers.
Not Grade Specific
Communication Styles Digital Activity - In this Google Slides digital activity, students review communication styles and practice identifying aggressive, passive, and assertive responses! Then students review situations and create their own assertive responses! Situations are tailored to home proble
COMMUNICATION SKILLS activities (12 lessons) to help students communicate more effectively and be more assertive. FACE to FACE or REMOTE LEARNING. Oral communication is more than just class presentations. Everyone can communicate. Not everyone can communicate well - especially during difficult conve
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
Distance Learning: This is a NO-PREP Google Slides presentation designed to be a classroom guidance lesson for students in grades 3-6. You may edit it by adding in your own Bitmoji's or tweaking the text or use it as is. This is meant to be used in "Present" mode, by clicking on "View" and then "P
In this document, your students will learn about 4 communication styles. This is based on my other product but contains some different content. Also, this product is a hyperdoc & completely digital. There are 4 main sections to this document: 1) Read & Learn, 2) Explore, 3) Think & R
6th - 10th
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 10 page resource looks at different forms of communication and their application in the workforce. It is an interactive lesson that looks at passive, aggressive, assertive and indirect behaviours. There is opportunity for pair work and group work activities and discussion that explores the best
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This is my unit on the communication process using the Personal Communication Standards. This includes all that I use to cover these standards.STRAND 1: Communication Competencies Content Strand 1: Students will practice communication competencies in their personal interactions with others.CC.2.PEC.
This Quiz contains questions that are self marking. The questions are either multi-choice or True / False scenarios. It can be used as a revision after completing units on Assertiveness training, or as a stand alone resource to see how much your learners know about the topic.Questions relate to the
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
The complete product (partially editable powerpoint, certificates, badges, worksheets and data pages) can be found as a worksheets only product and in the following product: Rescue Dog's Series Mega Bundle Social SkillsPuzzle, worksheets, badges, certificates, data page and more. It features Lulu (
This worksheet/activity from the H.E.A.R.T. +PLUS social-emotional learning curriculum workbook teaches students the different types of communication styles (Passive, Aggressive, Passive-Aggressive, and Assertive) through a matching-style activity.
Understanding how communication works, how they do or don't communicate what they mean to is crucial at this age. Understanding assertive, passive and aggressive behavior is equally important. This 4 unit lesson plan teaches these skills directly and simple enabling children to make choices about
3rd - 6th

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