Esta hoja de chequeo es una lista de los items importantes en su devolución de SEI. La lista contiene pasos sugeridos que siguen el flujo del mapa de cambio Change Map de Six Seconds, y que le permitirán acompañar a su cliente desde el ciclo de resistencia hacia la posibilidad y el cambio.
Lezioni per l’ Apprendimento Socio Emotivo
In questa sezione avrete modo di scaricare, leggere ed utilizzare delle lezioni per l’Apprendimento Socio Emotivo (SEL) costruite sulla base del curriculum Self Science di Six Seconds. Attraverso le fasi del Motivare-Attivare-Riflettere sarete quindi poi in grado di preparare in modo autonomo le vostre future lezioni nelle vostre classi.
SEL Lesson – My Multicultural Self
This activity from Teaching Tolerance helps students see the different facets of their multicultural selves and how this influences how they see the world. Includes an activity worksheet for students to fill out. A very adaptable lesson that can be used for grades 3 to 12.
SEL Lesson – Frogs and Toads
This social emotional learning lesson uses The Kite, a story in the Frog and Toad series by Arnold Lobel, to team kids about exercising optimism. The story is attached, along with the lesson plan.
SEL Lesson – Conflict Resolution and Peace
This social emotional learning lesson from Teaching Tolerance uses inspirational quotes to help students practice their conflict resolution skills.
SEL Lesson: Watch Your Words
This lesson helps students to have a new awareness of the power of words to make one feel better or worse, learn what killer statements are, and reflect on the harm they cause.
SEL Lesson – Take Inventory of Your Feelings
The first step in being able to discuss our feelings is being able to identify them. This lesson will help students build a dictionary of feelings that they can use to help them discriminate between subtle emotional states.
SEL Lesson – Triptych of Thoughts, Feelings and Actions
This art exercise uses the iceberg metaphor to teach students about feelings and learn appropriate, alternative responses to challenging situations
SEL Lesson – Attentive Listening
This social emotional learning lesson helps students master listening skills. Students learn how to listen to others as they express opinions, navigate their own emotions, pause before responding, and present their opinion respectfully.
SEL Lesson – The Body, Mind, Heart Scan
With this social emotional learning lesson, students can learn to “tune” their body, mind and heart through mental coaching and get “into the zone” to achieve their goals.
SEL Lesson – Checking on Stereotypes
In this lesson from Teaching Tolerance, students will identify stereotypes that they have heard and discuss ways to break them down.
SEL Lesson- Choices and Consequential Thinking
This social emotional learning lesson helps students master the skill of Applying Consequential Thinking. It helps them recognize that every decision has pros and cons, and gives them tools for evaluating the decisions they make.
SEL Lesson: Filling Your Bucket
This social emotional learning lesson gives kids the opportunity to fill each other’s emotional buckets. Interactive, engaging way to teach kids ways to fill someone else’s emotional bucket, and that when you do, you also fill your own.
SEL Lesson: Completing the Puzzle
This is a classroom activity on enhancing emotional literacy, using an interactive puzzle game.
It’s What I Like, Lesson Plan
This social emotional learning lesson is interactive and artistic. It helps students explore big questions such as… When I support another student how do I help myself? Why is reciprocity important?
SEL Lesson: Bank Accounts of Behavior
This social emotional learning lesson introduces the metaphor that a person’s reputation is a personal “bank account” of behavior. Students brainstorm in groups about what actions enhance or detract from our reputation, and why.
Music of Feelings Lesson
This emotional literacy worksheet is intended for a classroom or training exercise. Play a piece of music, and have participants fill in one row of the sheet. Then, after 2 mins, switch to a new, different piece.
SEL Lesson: Ideal Friend
This social emotional learning lesson helps students assess what makes someone a good friend, and what they can do to be a better friend to others. It helps students pin down the components of healthy relationships and how they can cultivate them!
SEL Lesson: A Weather Balloon
This sample SEL lesson is designed to help students understand some causes of stress, the consequences of too much stress, and ways for reducing stress in themselves and others.
Feelings with Milo
This colorful worksheet for kids and caregivers teaches key elements of emotional literacy. It can be used many ways, several suggestions included