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Copy of Social Detective
Transcript of Copy of Social Detective
Brain in the Group
Body in the Group
Becoming a Social Detective!
You are now a Social Detective!
Smart Guess vs. Wacky Guess
Social Detective Tools
* being polite
* working together
*sharing the same thoughts
* talking nicely to one another
* using manners while other people are around
Each of us is a “social thinker” every day, each time we are around other people. It means we are always aware that people are around us and having thoughts about each of our behaviors. We are social thinkers, even when
people are not talking to or playing with us. All of us should be social thinkers each day in a classroom. We can do this by being patient when someone else takes a turn or gives the same answer we were thinking about. Social thinkers know that we often share the same thought in a classroom when the teacher is teaching. Learning to become a better social thinker is what every person does their whole life!
The type of “smarts” in our brains that we use whenever we are around other people. Social smarts help our brains to know that others are having thoughts about us and we are having thoughts about them. We use social smarts in school, at home, and EVERYWHERE!
* do what is expected - do the right thing
* do what your asked to do the first time you are asked
* use your social smarts and school smarts
* do not talk back to the teacher
* do expected behaviors and not unexpected behaviors in school
* body is in the group when you are listening and focusing in on others when they are speaking
*brain in the group when you raise your hand and wait to be called on
* use when participating in class
* use when tracking the teacher in class
* eye, ears, and brain in the group/classroom
* focus on your teacher when she is teaching
* to be used in class
* keep your eyes, body, and brain in the group
*following directions pay attention in class
* smart guesses are expected
* don't make wacky guesses because they are unexpected in class
*make a smart guess, not a wacky guess
* be an example to others and make smart guesses
This is when we use all of our tools (remembering, seeing, hearing, knowing and feeling) to figure things out and then make a guess based on what we know about the world. Teachers also expect us to make smart guesses in class. Once they teach us information we are supposed to be able to use that information to guess what else might be needed or what might happen. Smart guesses are “expected” and make others have good thoughts about us because they know we are trying to figure things out!
This is when we forget or just don’t use our tools (remembering, seeing, hearing, knowing and feeling) to figure things out. Instead we just make a random guess without having any information. Teachers do not expect us to make “wacky guesses” in class or with our assignments. Wacky guesses are “unexpected” and make others have uncomfortable thoughts.
These are things we do and say that give people good thoughts about us and make them feel good too. Doing what is expected is different based on where we are and who we are with.
These are things we do and say that give people uncomfortable (odd) thoughts about us and makes them feel icky or mad, or bad. Doing what is unexpected is different based on where we are and who we are with (different situations).
BODY IN THE GROUP:
Your body is in the group if others feel you are part of the group. For example when you are standing, this means keeping your body about one arm’s length away from others. The front of your body will be turned towards others in the group.
BRAIN IN THE GROUP:
Your brain is in the group when others feel that you are paying attention to what is happening in the group. For example, when you are thinking about others with your eyes and listening to what they are talking about.
Different types of “smarts” in our brains that we use for school learning. Things like math smarts, computer smarts, music smarts, science smarts, and many more.