Asking for help can be one of the hardest things for students to do, but it is something that they need to do! Here is a fun, engaging lesson teaching students how to ask for help and reminding them that it is okay to ask for help and we all need help sometimes!
In this lessons, students will learn 4 basic steps for asking for help and what looking for help looks like and what it does not like to ask for help. Then, students will be presented with various problems and they will have to decide, who, when, and how they would ask for help. Finally, students will present a role-play on how to ask for help.
Included this lesson folder:
*1 PowerPoint on how to ask for help
*12 Problem Cards
*1 What, Who, When, How worksheet
*1 ASCA-aligned lesson plan
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