Anger Management Programme for Secondary Schools Ebook +++ BESTSELLER
Anger Management Programme for Secondary Schools
Behaviour Change Programme
A comprehensive resource focusing on strength based solutions to control behaviour effectively.
This stimulating collection of lesson plans provides all the information you need to run a
successful Anger Management programme with secondary students, and is a must-have for any teaching
professional involved with this area. It is a step-by-step, straightforward programme that will
enable your students to gain the essential skills they need to develop their emotional literacy,
using real-life examples with which they will identify. During the course, participants will learn:
- impulse control
- active listening
- understanding of non-verbal cues
- conflict resolution and mediation
This will result in a more optimistic outlook, a better focus and acceptance of other people. Central to the programme is how to deal with angry outbursts – known as ‘emotional hijacks’ – both pre- and post-hijack.
The aim, required resources and methods are outlined at the beginning of each lesson and are all accompanied by user-friendly, reproducible student and teacher worksheets.
- Feelings Focus recognises that there are many different ways to describe feelings and learning the vocabulary to
- describe them
- Different Kinds of Anger develops a vocabulary of anger words and introduces the concept of emotional hijacks.
- What I Get Angry About helps students to identify their personal anger triggers and possible reactions.
- What I Can Do When My Anger Is Building Up teaches students how to identify what triggers their anger and valuable techniques to use during the pre-hijack stage.
- When I Talk to Myself explores the value of positive self-talk and provides pupils with a selection of techniques to use when they feel anger brewing.
- Melt Down! explains the concept of emotional hijack – what happens when we ‘see red’!
- Melt Down 2! teaches students that there are opportunities to stop themselves from exploding and outlines the three stages of emotional hijack, including the need to be handled separately.
- After the Storm helps students to develop empathy for others.
- Making ‘I’ Statements focuses on the post-hijack stage: how to repair the damage.
- Rules for Myself encourages pupils to write themselves a set of rules for their behaviour and evaluate what they have learned about Anger Management.
2011, 74 A4 pages