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Thank you, Thank you. I have been looking for months for an EL course for secondary pupils. This book is fantastic' - Anne Sinar, Teaching and Learning Co-ordinator, Beacon Hill High School, Blackpool There is an increasing demand for resources to support teachers in developing young peoples emotional literacy. The 20 lessons explore a range of feelings and provide facilitator notes and activities to help young people: " recognise their emotions in order to be able to label or define them " manage their emotions in order to develop and sustain positive relationships. The 20 lessons include: " introduction to an emotion and warm-up " questions for Circle Time and activities " take home tasks and reinforcement " ideas for a plenary session. Includes photocopiable resources and printable worksheets on the CD. As with all Tinas books this is a practical resource which will engage young people.

Feeling Moody
Feeling moody
Introduction

This session encourages the students to identify why they might feel ‘moody’ and begin to be able to recognise triggers to specific moods in order to develop strategies to deal more effectively with these times. The activities reinforce that it is OK to have moods or mood swings and that these are frequently part of growing up and often a direct result of hormonal changes. There is also an opportunity to observe the mood swings of others and to assess when and how they may be able to support others when things get difficult. The students are also introduced to a four stepped approach to solving problems which may arise from or cause them to feel or experience mood swings. Finally, there ...

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