Teaching Anger Management and Problem-Solving Skills
Publication Year: 2006
This practical, innovative resource for teachers of 9-12 year olds who exhibit difficult behavior helps children safely address typical difficulties through activities and group discussion.
- Front Matter
- Back Matter
- Introduction and Rationale
- Case Study
- Session 1: Being Excluded
- Session 2: Focus on Anger
- Session 3: Setting Targets
- Session 4: Dealing with Things People Say
- Session 5: Learning to Relax
- Session 6: Coping with Loss and Taking Time Out
- Session 7: Talking Through Problems
- Session 8: Using ‘I’ Messages
- Session 9: Problem-Solving Using Traffic Lights
- Session 10: Focusing on the Future and Target Setting
A Lucky Duck Book
© Brian Marris and Tina Rae 2006
First published 2006
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A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library
Library of Congress Control Number 2006900704
ISBN 10 1-4129-1935-5
ISBN 13 978-1-4129-1935-7
Printed on paper from sustainable resources
Printed in Great Britain by The Cromwell Press Ltd, Trowbridge, Wiltshire
The authors would like to thank and acknowledge the support and input from the following colleagues and also the pupils of the Junior PRU: Janine Koeries (Head of Junior PRU) and Alice Weston (Support Assistant).
Thanks to all of the staff at the Hillingdon Tuition centre who gave so much time and support in devising this programme.A Note on Gender
Rather than repeat throughout the programme the modern but cumbersome ‘s/he’, we have decided to use both genders equally throughout the range of activities. In no way are we suggesting a stereotype for either gender in any activity. We believe that you can adapt if the example you are given does not correspond to the gender of the child in front of you!How to Use the CD-ROM
The CD-ROM contains PDF files, labelled ‘Worksheets.pdf’ which consists of worksheets for each lesson in this resource. You will need Acrobat Reader version 3 or higher to view and print these resources.
To photocopy the worksheets directly from this book, set your photocopier to enlarge by 125% and align the edge of the page to be copied against the leading edge of the copier glass (usually indicated by an arrow).
All CD-Rom material is included at the end of this ebook
- Target Card
- Formats for The Welcome Pack
- Course Completion Certificate