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Kristy Davies

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Accepting Rules and Authority: When you have problems

Learning Intention: Identify common problems that you might experience in school or at home. The first step in problem solving is identifying what the problem is- the nature of what we are dealing with. Everyone has problems at some time, and solving those problems can be a challenge sometimes. This lesson centers around deciding what the problem is in a range of situations. Thinking questions: 1. When you think of problems that you may have at home or school, what do you think of? 2. What are some problems that may come up on the playground or after school? 3. What are some problems students have in the classroom? 4. What are some ways that people try to blame others for problems? 5. Do you think there is an answer or solution for every problem? Directions: Decide what the problem is in each of the situations.

5th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Special Education, Social Emotional Learning
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Activity adapted from Mannix, Darlene (1993). Social Skills Activities for Special Children. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco.

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