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Tuesday Path Sharing

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STROOP Test 2 STROOP TEST 1 P.A.TH.S Promoting Alternative
THinking Strategies Social Emotional Learning Simply telling students how you want them to behave does not promote social emotional learning.

Social-emotional learning requires
- Teacher-led instruction with feedback and
reinforcement.
- Repeated, guided practice opportunities that allow
students to organize their feelings, thoughts and
behaviour in new ways.
- Modeling also helps students to observe and
learn
Rather than the teacher taking control, PATHS promotes self-control. There are 5 Major conceptual domains in the preschool paths curricula: - Self Control
- Emotional Understanding
- Building Self Esteem
- Relationships
- Problem-solving Skills

These areas are linked and therefore addressed in an integrated approach across developmental levels. Self Control - Turtle response
- 3 Steps for calming down

(e.g. STOP, Breathe, Say the problem & "How you feel")

*Not a punishment but a strategy to calm down Emotional Understanding All feelings are ok!
Emotions & behaviours are different.

*Verbalizing and labeling emotions makes it less intense as it increases brain activity Building Self Esteem PATHS kid of the day

Compliments Relationship Preschool PATHS: Sharing, Caring and friendship

Lesson content on areas such as friendship, manners, fairness, etc. Problem Solving Skills - Do Turtle
- Identify problem and how you
feel
- Identify choices
- Evaluate the choices
- Pick one and try it out!
*Social stories, role playing, etc. PATHS LESSONS
Preschool Curriculum VOLUME 1
Unit 1: Fostering Positive
Classroom Climate
Unit 2: Basic Feelings 1
Unit 3: Basic Feeling 2
Unit 4: Self-Control VOLUME 2
Unit 5: Sharing, Caring
and Friendship
Unit 6: Basic Problem Solving
Unit 7: Intermediate Feelings
Unit 8: Advanced Feelings
Unit 9: Wrap Up Unit 1: Fostering Positive Classroom
Climate Unit 2: Basic Feelings 1 Unit 3: Basic Feeling 2 Unit 4: Self-Control Lesson 1: Circle Rules
Lesson 2: PATHS Animals
Lesson 3: PATHS Kid for Today
Lesson 4: Compliments 1 Lesson 5: We All Have Feelings
Lesson 6: Happy
Lesson 7: Sad
Lesson 8: Twiggle Makes Friends
Lesson 9: Compliments II
Emotion-Sharing Session 1 Lesson 10: Mad or Angry I
Lesson 11: Scared or Afraid
Lesson 12: My Feelings
Lesson 13: Mad or Angry II
Emotion Sharing Session 2 Lesson 14: Twiggle Learns To Do Turtle, Part I
Lesson 15: Twiggle Learns To Do Turtle, Part II
Lesson 16: Turtle Technique Review
Lesson 17: Appropriate Turtle I
Lesson 18: Appropriate Turtle II
Lesson 19: Calm or Relaxed
Emotion-Sharing Session 3 Resources... Paths Coordinators
School: Geoffrey, STEP: Hani

Curriculum Guide, Lesson Plans, Puppets
Dropbox: pathsyps (pathsyps1) Ideas & Suggestions.. Thank you! Mad/ Angry (Lesson 10 / 13 ) Scared/ Afraid (Lesson 11) My Feelings (Lesson 12) All feelings are okay; not behaviors. Review 4 basic feelings (Happy/Sad/Angry/ Scared) -> labeling emotions Definition: "scared is the way we feel that something is going to hurt us..." (p.3-22) never change the feelings definition regardless of wadever adaptations we make. Facial expression & body posture of scared: Big, wide eyes; arch up eyebrows, some people might scream (opened mouths) Show pictures. Different reasons for feeling scared + examples Individual differences: Something that frightens one child may not be for another child. How to cope/ deal with scared feelings: seeking help/ comfort from adults; walking away; self talk Understanding other's feelings: Facilitate empathy when opportunities arises eg. reminding the observing child of a time when they experience the same feeling). whats next ? Facial expressions and body posture associated with mad/ angry:
Tight mouth; frowning brows; clenched teeth; clenched fists; folded arms in front of body Reasons for feeling angry: Give real life example eg When parents refused to buy me toy; I can't do my work; Friends refused to share toys; No playground because it rained... Summary of Feelings Identify feelings Associated facial expressions &body posture Reasons for feeling a particular feelings/ When do we feel it? How to cope with the feeling Understanding other's feeling (empathy) Okay Behaviours vs NOT Okay behaviors Alternative strategies to "relief" from uncomfortable feelings ? "Generalization" ALL FEELINGS ARE OKAY Problem Solving Right & Wrong Unit 2-3 Unit 6 Unit 4 Turtle Response Teach via STORIES: Social story / turtle story *
ROLE PLAY
MODELING
"TEACHABLE MOMENTS"
FEELINGS FACE
PUPPETS *
DIALOGUE* Footnote : *Terms & condition applies. Must be age appropriate. Do take note of your child's understanding level. Use the blank face & get students to draw the facial features.
Build an angry face with the facial features provided. Understanding others feelings: Eg "i feel mad too if others snatch my toy" Difficult in recognition emotion. To help self awareness, "Catch" anger before it escalates and draw attention to their emotions Differences between Lesson 10 & 13
- L 13 gives additional examples of reasons for feeling angry/mad
- L13 communicate different words can be use to describe same feeling.
- L13 discuss about scare + mad; concept of sharing
- L13 discuss about "okay" vs "not okay behaviors" as a result of anger
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