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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 Accepted
Feeling accepted
Introduction

The facilitator can initially clarify the aims and outline the content of this session. The students will be able to consider the feeling of acceptance and to identify when they do and do not experience such a feeling. They will also be asked to further build upon their own self-esteem and feeling of acceptance within their peer group. The notion of positive self-acceptance and the importance of valuing and accepting yourself will also be focused upon. The students will be encouraged to consider the importance of self-acceptance and the way in which this may impact upon how much they, themselves, accept and like others. Then students will finally be encouraged to identify areas for further future development.

The facilitator may wish to write ...

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