Table of Contents

Adaptive Behavior

ADHD

Asperger's Syndrome

Assessment

Autism

Behavior

Counseling

DSM-5

Early Childhood

Gifted

Inclusion

Intelligence

Learning Disabilities

Parenting

Pre-Referral

Reading

Resources

Self-Esteem

Social Skills

Speech and Language

Study Skills

Transition

Writing

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SOCIAL SKILLS

SOCIAL SKILLS ACTIVITIES
FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN
Second Edition

 

by Darlene Mannix

© 2008

 

AWI06The revised and updated edition of this bestselling resource book provides ready-to-use lessons- complete with reproducible worksheets- to help children become aware of acceptable social behavior and develop proficiency in acquiring basic social skills. The book is organized around three core areas crucial to social development in the primary grades: Accepting Rules and Authority at School, Relating to Peers, and Developing Positive Social Skills. Each lesson places a specific skill within the context of real-life situations, giving teachers a means to guide students to think about why the social skill is important. The hands-on activity that accompanies each lesson helps students to work through, think about, discuss, and practice the skill in or outside of the classroom. Grades K-5.

 

416 Pages/Paperback

AWI06

Social Skills Activities for Special Children

$36.25

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SOCIAL SKILLS CURRICULUM
ACTIVITIES LIBRARY

 

Edited by Ruth Weltmann Begun

© 1995


AWI12Each of the four grade-level volumes in this unique library gives teachers and specialists 50 or more detailed lesson plans with reproducible activity sheets to help students build self-esteem as they master specific social skills such as listening, setting goals, problem-solving, using self-control, dealing with anger, understanding another’s feelings, stopping false rumors, and dealing with prejudice.

  • An easy-to-follow eight-step lesson plan is provided for each activity, from Purpose and Introduction through Practice and Independent Use.

  • Activities focus on real-life situations and are readily adaptable to any classroom or school-wide program.

  • The manual includes a special “To the Teacher” section in each volume with guidelines for using the materials most effectively.

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AWI10

Ready-to-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities
for Grades PreK-K

$33.00

 

AWI11

Ready-to-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities
for Grades 1-3

$33.00

 

AWI12

Ready-to-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities
for Grades 4-6

$35.20

 

AWI13

Ready-to-Use Social Skills Lessons & Activities
for Grades 7-12

$35.20

 


SCHOOL SOCIAL SKILLS RATING SCALE
(S3 RATING SCALE)

 

by Laura Brown, Donald Black & John Downs

© 1988


Item #ASSS-1

The School Social Skills Rating Scale (S3) is designed to assist school personnel, specifically classroom teachers, in identifying student deficits in school-related social behaviors. The S3 provides an inventory of a student’s ability to apply the skills necessary to meet with success in school settings and for eventual success in employment settings. The 40-item scale of observable prosocial skills has been socially validated and determined to be important for students’ school success in the areas of Adult Relations (12 items), Peer Relations (16 items), School Rules (6 Items), and Classroom Behaviors (6 items).


Special education teachers will find the S3 and accompanying manual to be extremely valuable in the development and monitoring of social behavior goals on their students’ Individualized Education Plans.

 

ASSS-1
S3 COMPLETE KIT
$45.00

(Includes: Manual and Rating Scales [50])

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CONNECTING WITH OTHERS
Lessons for Teaching Social and Emotional Competence


by Rita C. Richardson

© 1996


Item #ARP34

Connecting with Others integrates a variety of strategies for teaching social and emotional competence to students in kindergarten through middle school. This fun-to-do, proactive program helps students learn to be sensitive to differences, resolve conflicts without resorting to violence, and show understanding, tolerance, and acceptance of others.


Connecting with Others is a flexible program that allows teachers to be creative and adjust lessons to the needs of their students. Each lesson provides step-by-step instructions and teacher scripts. The instructional strategies include storytelling, relaxation, modeling, coaching, continuous evaluation, behavioral rehearsal, reinforcement, creative visualization, creative expression, self-instruction, problem solving, cooperative learning, and transfer training.

 

 

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336 Pages/Paperback
 
ARP33
Connecting with Others (Grades K-2)
$44.00
 
ARP34
Connecting with Others (Grades 3-5)
$44.00
 
ARP35
Connecting with Others (Grades 6-8)
$44.00
 
ARP51
Connecting with Others (Grades 9-12)
$44.00
 


 

 

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