5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond MEGA BUNDLE

5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond MEGA BUNDLE
5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond MEGA BUNDLE
5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond MEGA BUNDLE
5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond MEGA BUNDLE
5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond MEGA BUNDLE
5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond MEGA BUNDLE
5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond MEGA BUNDLE
5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond MEGA BUNDLE
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5 Point Scale MEGA BUNDLE - 5 Products at Combined Discount

5 Point Scale is an Evidence-Based Practice that can be used to teach Emotional Self-Regulation and many other essential life skills. This package includes 36 templates, containing a variety of characteristics that can be used to create unique and individualized 5 Point Scales.

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#1

5 Point Scale - BASiCS and Beyond - The 5 Point Scale a behavioral support designed to teach difficult social and emotional concepts such as self-regulation and perspective taking. The 5 Point Scale is a visual tool used to break down these abstract concepts into concrete parts to assist an individual in learning to more easily identify one’s own emotional states and more effectively manage one’s behavioral responses. Learning to fully use this tool effectively involves a number of sub-skills that must be individually taught. This package includes 36 templates, containing a variety of characteristics that can be used to create unique and individualized 5 Point Scales.

#2

Social Story for Using My 5 Point Scale - 5 Point Scales are a great tool for helping students translate abstract concepts like feelings into visual and more concrete behaviors. A suggested way to introduce the use of 5 Point Scales to students is to first present the ideas in a Social Story approach with visuals. Teachers may want to learn about Social Stories before trying to use 5 Point Scales. The tool being offered describes each level of feelings as well as what a student can do at each level to feel better personally as well as how others are likely to respond. This tool should be individualized with student input and teacher support. There can be various times during the school day that the teacher might ask a student to communicate where he or she is on the scale at that moment as well as what action might be taken. Some teachers introduce the concept to the whole class using student input and examples to fill in the blanks. Of course teachers should be careful to avoid using 5 Point Scales as a way of threatening punishments or expressing disapproval but more as a means of communicating and identifying feelings and plans of action to result in better outcomes.

#3

5 Point Scale - How Big Is My Problem - This resource provides visual supports that assist students in more effectively identifying elements of a problem situation, put it into perspective and come up with some solutions. Through conversation with the student and using this tool, the student learns that all problems do not have equal weight or consequences. Potential solutions or at least actions worth trying depend on the results or consequences that are likely to occur if a particular action is taken. Putting things into perspective and having some prearranged plans can help provide an anxious student with some emotional support, while guiding the student to match the intensity of his/her reaction to the actual size of the problem. The processing forms are tools that help the teacher support the student who is learning to recognize that different problems are weighted differently and an appropriate response or action would match in weight or intensity to the problem. Many students have an all or nothing approach to problems assuming that they are severe or not problematic at all. Gradations must be taught not only in problem solving but in every other arena of life. Prioritizing and matching responses to problems according to severity takes practice. Teachers can help students review a behavioral episode by using the process form and talking through the situation with the student, to see if their response matched the problem or if a different response would have been a closer match.

#4

How Big Is My Problem? 5 Point Scale POSTER SIZE with Activity Cards - This POSTER SIZE resource provides visual supports that assist students in more effectively identifying elements of a problem situation, put it into perspective and come up with some solutions. Through conversation with the student and using this tool, the students learn that all problems do not have equal weight or consequences. Potential solutions or at least actions worth trying depend on the results or consequences that are likely to occur if a particular action is taken. Putting things into perspective and having some prearranged plans can help provide an anxious student with some emotional support, while guiding the student to match the intensity of his/her reaction to the actual size of the problem. Use the accompanying self correcting ACTIVITY CARDS during initial teaching of the How Big is My Problem and response scenarios. Once taught, use after an incident to reinforce proper responses to size of problem (after de-escalation), allow students to brainstorm possible scenarios and/or have group come up with responses by using poster as a guide.

#5

How Hard Is This Work? 5 Point Scale - Introduce this 5 Point scale to students as a way to problem solve and communicate with the teacher regarding their feelings about an assignment. Give example scenarios or role play situations that would demonstrate how to use this scale in coming up with actions that would be effective and appropriate. After introduction and practice, be sure to help students by guiding them through the process when they have difficulty with their work. Refer to this scale and help them think through the problem and potential solutions. It is important to respond positively when the student is trying to use this scale so that they don't resort to old behavior patterns of misbehaving in order to avoid challenging work. This product includes 13 templates containing a variety of characteristics that can be used to create unique and individualized 5 Point Scales with 4 pages full of additional faces/icons to choose from or import your own photos.

Links to these products:

5 Point Scale - VOLUMINOUS MEGA BUNDLE at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/5-Point-Scale-BASiCS-and- Beyond-VOLUMINOUS-MEGA-BUNDLE-4419164

5 Point Scale - BASiCs and Beyond at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/5-Point-Scale-BASiCS-and-Beyond-4152469

Social Story for Using My 5 Point Scale at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Social-Story-for-Using-My-5-Point-Scale-4214942

5 Point Scale - How Big Is My Problem at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/5-Point-Scale-How-Big-Is-My-Problem-4296362 5.

5 Point Scale - How Big Is My Problem POSTER SIZE with Activity Cards at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/5-Point-Scale-How-Big-Is-My-Problem-POSTER-SIZE-with-Activity-Cards-4318861

5 Point Scale - How Hard Is This Work? at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/5-Point-Scale-How-Hard-Is-This-Work-4367981

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