Social Skills for Middle School and High School includes 16 worksheets on texting, sending emails, making phone calls, leaving voicemails, having in-person conversations and being part of a social group. These worksheets are ideal for interactive notebooks.
16 INTERACTIVE WORKSHEETS
1. Being part of a social group (2 pages)
2. Starting a conversation (1 page)
3. Introduction to electronic communication (1 pages)
4. Making a phone call and leaving a voicemail (3 pages)
5. Sending and receiving text messages (4 pages)
6. Sending and receiving emails (4 pages)
7. Self reflection on various forms of communication (1 pages)
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