is an emotional regulation character trait lesson to help students understand the difference between aggressive, assertive and passive communication. Assertiveness means making getting your point across in a polite, respectful way. It helps us solve conflicts, and helps us to explain how we are feeling to others. Students will come to realize what different body language means as a beginning to any conversation, and then explore the differences between passive, aggressive and assertive communication styles. Lastly students will learn and practice "I" messages as a form of assertive communication.
This lesson may be used as a stand alone lesson or as part of the Character Traits Focus Board Program.
✔ Body Language Activity
includes 6 posters and worksheet
✔ Lesson Plan aligned to ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors
✔ Assertive Poster
✔ Assertive, Passive and Aggressive Poster
✔ Essential Questions Poster
✔ "I" Messages Poster
✔ Practicing "I" Messages worksheet
This lesson plan is a part of the Emotional Regulation Character Education Lesson Bundle
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