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There are 8 scenario's for students to read that are real-life situations. There are also questions to consider for each scenario with the option to discuss it with their classmates or act it out.Objective: Train students to react appropriately when faced with a bullying situation. Result: Help your
Self-Advocacy Role Play Activity for High School StudentsUse this activity to explain what it means to self-advocate and use the practice scenarios to teach your students how to advocate at school, college, or on the job. This packet includes:-What the word Self-Advocacy Means-Why we need to Self-Ad
ACTING IMPROVISATION ROLE PLAY DRAMA SCENARIOS / SCENE STARTERS: Use this resource in your drama class to inspire improvisation or role-play scenes. Simply have students select a card and begin the scene with a partner or small group! Download the preview to get an idea of some of the prompts inclu
Perspective Taking is a struggle for so many of my students. It can be a difficult social skill to learn and to teach. I wrote these THOUGHT BUBBLE SCENARIOS activities to help my students practice a wide variety of common social scenarios that I saw them experiencing every day. This product include
Use these task cards as part of a social skills unit. The topics discussed can help students think about their actions and create an environment where there are less behavioral distractions and learning can take place. These task cards are full of day to day situations kids face. Using them to role
These lessons were designed to develop banking skills for teens or life skill students. Since this is a Word Document, the lessons can be modified to meet the unique needs and skills of your students! I originally made these lessons for High School students who were in grades 9-12 and varied in in
What does the President of the United States do anyway? Throughout the day, the President wears many hats and is responsible for many different roles within the Executive Branch. This engaging mini-lesson is an excellent way for students to comprehend all roles played by the President. "Roles of t
Social / Pragmatic Problem Solving Scenarios for Teens – Thanksgiving Theme! I created this lesson for my socially delayed High School and Middle School students. You will find that some of the scenarios require a certain developmental understanding of that of a teenager. You will see two sample sc
Build a strong classroom culture!Help your students explore showing empathy through the use of role play.This file includes suggestions for role playing empathy scenarios, links to online video resources and 20 empathy scenario task cards. I use them to role play a different scenario each day for th
This is a 55-page printable student notebook that aligns with my engaging 6-week unit plan for the book The Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey.The 28 lesson plans that align with this student notebook can be purchased separately or as part of a Bundle.Lesson Activities Overview:1. Chapte
This set of 35 PROP SCENES Drama Cards comes with 3 suggested drama activities (Prop Scenes, Prop Transformation Game and Prop Circle) but can be used in so many more ways. Add simple props to create great scenes. Note: the prop scenes cards come with 2 suggested scenario ideas that students can us
This activity includes a script for students to role play in Spanish as a waiter/waitress and client. This is fun for students to practice ordering food in Spanish!! It is a real life scenario for the students to practice speaking. This is perfect for a unit on Foods. It is in Microsoft Word so you
Grades:
5th - 12th
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 resource includes Conversation Starters Role Play Cards to be used in ESL classes. These cards include picture prompts about incidents or problems. I love using conversation starters to encourage ELL adult learners to speak.They are usually fun and interactive - my students react well to these
Grades:
11th - 12th, Adult Education
Social problem solving scenario cards are a fun and interactive way to talk about how to appropriately manage anger and frustration - a tough subject for many kids! HOW TO USEUse these cards for discussion to introduce new and existing coping strategies. Then practice role playing scenario cards wit
Conflict resolution and mediation for teachers. Help build and maintain a great moral tone in your classroom and school. A great resource for teachers, parents, counselors and special education teachers. Included in this package you'll find worksheets on:1. Strategies for Solving Conflict (Take tur
This resource is also included in the following discounted Bundles:SEL Mega BundleConflict Resolution BUNDLE Growing MEGA BUNDLE*************************************************************************************************************ABOUT THIS RESOURCE145 pagesPrint and Digital (PDF and Google S
Friendship Role-Playing Scenarios is a set of twenty-two Task Cards that presents realistic situations that could happen among friends. The scenarios give students a great chance to sharpen their communication skills. These conflicts deal with: • sticking up for a friend,• confronting a bully• solvi
Conversation skills | Perspective-taking | Role-playing | TextingPDF & Google Slides Version Included!This product was made for older students needing to practice their conversational responses through text messages! Text topics include making plans, self-advocating, showing empathy, and providi
Thanks for checking out this resource covering Fiscal and Monetary Policy! This lesson is part of my larger Fiscal and Monetary Policy unit also for sale on TpT.This lesson helps students understand the very challenging concepts surrounding fiscal and monetary economic policy through a fun role-play
Grades:
7th - 12th
This is an acting game with a social theme, for performers and non performers. Theater Games and Improvisation Exercises can be used as tools in many types of learning as well as being useful in the study of the dramatic arts. Students can learn from enacting roles in created scenarios, imagining
Your students will have fun working cooperatively to plan and act out these 6 scenarios based on each of the 6 Pillars of Character. They'll enjoy planning and of course acting out the right things to do in each of the situations presented. These could serve as introductory and/or culminating acti
So the textbook you use teaches vocabulary and expressions, but doesn't give much speaking practice? You need this resource! This works well with any unit on shopping, but it is focused on shopping for clothes. Get your students up and moving with these role-play activities. When language activit
Grades:
10th - 12th, Adult Education
Disability Disclosure for High School StudentsThis bundle includes:-Definition of Disclosure-An Example of the Term Disclosure-Student Defining the Term Disclosure in Their Own Words-Why is it Important to Disclose -When to Disclose-What Information to Disclose-Example Scenario of Disclosure-Practic

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