The low-prep Standing Up to Peer Pressure Game Show will teach your students useful, assertive refusal skills. Now includes both Google Slides™ and Power Point Presentation files, which allows you to use for SEL distance learning, teletherapy, virtual counseling groups, school counseling guidance
I created this resource to support students with intensive needs in their middle school, general education, health class. This resource supports a Health lesson about Refusal skills; saying no to drugs, alcohol, peer pressure, and other unhealthy activities. This resource is based on material from
A big problem that can lead to many other problems is a student's refusal to complete assignments. Sometimes the issue is homework. For others, it's failure to participate on class assignments. Either way, the bottom line is that child is in danger of failing.
At parent conferences, when quest
★★★★★ Should a dad let his 17-year old have a graduation party with a keg of alcohol in their basement? Use this true story about a family in Rhode Island to grab your students' interest in this alcohol refusal role-play lesson!----------------------------------------------------------------------
Decision making can be really tough for the middle schooler!With this lesson, students will learn how to effectively make tough decisions and then practice the process in groups. Product includes: *18 Slide powerpoint presentation*Group activity handout *5 Unique scenarios for group workI hope your
This presentation contains a 43 slide PowerPoint lesson in editable PPT format with a role play activity, work papers and teacher’s notes. This lesson discusses the difficulty of saying ‘no’ and how to confront it.Saying “NO”, is not an easy thing to do, especially for ESL students. Most people say
Using vintage artwork featuring fantasy animals and a technique called Fable Mod, this cognitive-behavioral story is aimed at reducing anxiety and fears by teaching children more adaptive self talk. It was written to help treat a variety of phobic disorders, as well as school refusal and school p
Social Stories are a great teaching tool not only for students with special needs, but also for any child that needs a little help internalizing the many behavioral expectations that we throw their way in school.
The value of a social story is in the simplicity of the language and the correspondin
Students will create a comic strip story that shows someone overcoming negative peer pressure using refusal skills! A great activity to have students do after discussing peer pressure and refusal skills. Includes some student examples and a handout of Refusal Skills to discuss & give to your stu
An engaging way for students to practice Refusal Skills. Could be used as an informal assessment of skills. The refusal skills used are:simple rejection, consequences, self-statement, skipping CD, and exchange statement. National ASCA Standards are cited and written in an I-Can format.
Your students will have a BLAST role-playing the various refusal skill scenarios. This is a great formative activity leading up to a summative assessment on refusal skills. Not only will you be able to watch as they use the S.T.O.P. Refusal Skills in action students will be able to peer-evaluate.
This is a thought provoking case study on the difficulties EMS personnel face each day when dealing with patients. It will require students to think about a specific scenario and apply communication skills, consider legal circumstances, and apply assessment skills learned in the course thus far. T
What do you do when students simply refuse to do their work? What if they waste your class period doodling in their notebook and then try to blame you when they get a bad grade on their assignment? Teach students the importance of taking responsibility for their own learning AND document your interv
Are your elementary students struggling with separation anxiety, school refusal, truancy, or attendance concerns? Use this set of five resources to find what motivates your students, set attendance goals, establish routines at home, provide parents with tips to address separation anxiety, and create
Using vintage artwork and a technique called Fable Mod this cognitive-behavioral story deals with teaching children how to complete their school and home work by employing positive self-talk to avoid negativism and procrastination. It is written by Fable Mod developer Licensed Mental Health Counse
Use this sheet to document student choices when it comes to refusing to do work. This sheet can be given to parents and other stakeholders as a way to show the choices a particular student is making. In addition, it can be a way to track progress for a behavioral IEP.
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Students answer questions about how they would respond in situations where alcohol is included. Students are then to come up with a quote/response using strategies to refuse alcohol, ex. "Give a reason, fact or excuse." Can be used in groups or individually. Was or
I have created a google slide choice board for refusal skills! There are 6 different informational refusal skills video links to share with your students! All are educational and appropriate for middle school to early high school. These are specifically for alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.One of
Printable handout to give to students to help them with refusal skills. This activity is also included as part of my ATO Unit Bundle!!┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅┅Click this link to follow my TPT store and be alerted of sales and new resources added. You can also leave feedback on any TPT pur
Perfect for hybrid classrooms! This refusal skills resource dives into the types of offers and refusal skills students can use in their real life. We all know that sometimes "just saying no" doesn't always work, so we need to give our kids tools that they can realistically utilize. Students will be
This is a quick worksheet for middle school students that will help reinforce the Say No, Tell Why Not, Offer Other Ideas, and Leave skills that they need. Many of the scenarios are not drug and alcohol related and this may fuel discussion with kids when they are put in hard situations that are not