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GREAT SOCIAL SKILLS | Interacting With Others

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Social success is based on successful communication, a process that involves many different skills. The activities included in this book aim at offering the help that the children need to communicate with others and understand the skills that are important to themselves, as well as the skills needed to create friendships.

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Age group: Preschoolers

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  • Description
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  • Interacting With Others

    Age Group : 5+

    Each one of the sections includes ten intervention activities which aim at strengthening the social skill that is being taught, such as: Social Situation Description, Short Story, Personal Story, Speech Bubbles, Role Playing, Parent’s Document/ Practical Training, etc.

    The following social skills are developed in this book:

    1. I am unique
    2. My interests
    3. My values
    4. Introducing myself
    5. I remember names
    6. Getting to know each other better
    7. We have something in common
    8. I make positive comments (giving compliments)
    9. I receive positive comments (compliments)
    10. I make new friends

    100 picture cards for further practice on mastering the basic social skills of "Interacting With Others" are included in the last section of the book. The skills developed through these activities will enhance children’s ability to interact successfully with their peers and adults. Using the right modeling, teachers, therapists, and parents can develop children’s social skills.

    You may also be interested in the book "GREAT SOCIAL SKILLS | Being a member of a group".

  • Theoretical Part

    • Social skills; definition
    • Communication - Interacting with others
    • The process of social skills training
    • Goals of social intervention program
    • Content structure
    • Content analysis
    • Games and social skills- Child development chart

    Practical Part

    1. I am unique
    2. Picture cards | My interests
    3. Picture cards | My values
    4. Picture cards | Introducing myself
    5. Picture cards | I remember names
    6. Picture cards | Getting to know each other better
    7. Picture cards | We have something in common
    8. Picture cards | I make positive comments (giving compliments)
    9. Picture cards | I receive positive comments (receiving/ returning compliments)
    10. Picture cards | I make new friends

    Appendix

  • Type: Paper or PDF file
    SKU: EN-EB1041
    Number of pages: 251
    Author: Alice Kassotaki - Speech Language Pathologist MSc, BSc
    Translation & Proofreading: Natassa Taouxi

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Rachel G.
Great Social Skills - description fits

Thought the resource easy to use with individual and group tasks.
Targets a number of skills such as - understanding own uniqueness, interest and values, introducing myself then learning about and finding things in common, receiving and giving compliments.
Will be using this with infants and primary school children who struggle socially and young adults with learning difficulties.

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Sue M.
A useful aid to teaching "interacting With Others"

The material is colourful and appealing to young children of primary school age and with a logical progression through topics that develop the necessary skills.

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Rachel G.
Great Social Skills - description fits

Thought the resource easy to use with individual and group tasks.
Targets a number of skills such as - understanding own uniqueness, interest and values, introducing myself then learning about and finding things in common, receiving and giving compliments.
Will be using this with infants and primary school children who struggle socially and young adults with learning difficulties.

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Sue M.
A useful aid to teaching "interacting With Others"

The material is colourful and appealing to young children of primary school age and with a logical progression through topics that develop the necessary skills.