Part of self-regulation is effective communication of your feelings to other people. It can be very effective for students to learn to communicate overwhelming feelings or uncomfortable emotions because of the situation they would like to change. Communication can be challenging and students can often be aggressive or passive in their approach. This lesson helps them distinguish between passive, aggressive, and assertive communication. They learn to use I-Messages as part of assertive communication. I-Messages help them manage emotions and make changes to triggering situations.
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✎ Sailor/Communication Style Sheets
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✎ I-Message Template
✎ I-Message Conflict Prompt Cards
5 Crew Communication Bingo Boards
✎ 24 Crew Communication Bingo Cards
✎ 8 Blank Crew Communication Bingo Cards
✎ I-Message Book Flap (can use in an interactive notebook)
✎ Exit Slips
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