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Social Skills 3-Book Set

Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
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Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
Social Skills 3-Book Set
STANDARDS-BASED READING & WRITING ACTIVITIES for this set of books:

 Locate Information   Summarize  Generalize  Compare & Contrast  Cause & Effect  Form Opinions  Draw Conclusions   Main Idea  Make Inferences  Use Context Clues  Sequence  Determine Author’s Viewpoint   Analyze, Evaluate & Apply

Teens and ‘Experts’ offer helpful advice through text messages and keep things light-hearted and non-threatening. A great way to improve students’ everyday social skills!

Reading Level: Grades 3-4
Interest Level: Grades 6-12

Learn the Joys and Pitfalls of Social Media... While Also Improving Reading Comprehension Skills!

Social media is here to stay… and it’s the main way that teens communicate with each other. But there’s a lot to know about using social media in a safe and healthy way.These high-interest, life-skills lessons tackle relevant topics in a light-hearted, easy-reading style that readers will LOVE. Teens and ‘Experts’ offer helpful advice through text messages and high-interest reading passages. Follow-up questions challenge students to learn more while also improving essential reading comprehension skills.

SOCIAL SKILLS LESSONS TO IMPROVE EVERYDAY BEHAVIOR. Are you always late? When is it okay to lie? Help students learn about themselves and challenge them to become the best they can be, with these light-hearted and relevant social skills lessons! Each high-interest reading passage is followed by standards-based reading comprehension and sentence writing activities!

Real-life scenarios and sticky social situations challenge students to learn about themselves and the consequences of various behaviors such as: always being late, being unable to forgive, being too nice, and more. They also learn the value of being honest, courageous, easy-going, generous, and optimistic.

Is listening better than talking? Is nonverbal behavior important?Social Skills Lessons to Improve Everyday Relationships!
Real-life scenarios and sticky social situations challenge students to learn about themselves and the consequences of behaviors such as: losing their temper, bullying, feeling awkward around others, not making eye contact, talking too much, and more. They also learn the value of being a good friend, first impressions, apologizing, compromising, and tone of voice. Teens and ‘Experts’ offer helpful advice through text messages and keep things light-hearted and non-threatening. A great way to improve students’ everyday social skills!

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