Behavior
Coping Skills
Positive self- affirmations
Feelings
Social Skills
100

Is it appropriate to call out during class? Why?

No. Instead, I should raise my hands.

It can distract our friends from learning and distract the teacher from teaching. 

100

What are coping skills? Give me one example.

Coping skills are strategies or techniques to engage when we are stressed, anxious, or frustrated. 

Examples: breathing exercises, journaling, counting to 10, coloring, speaking with a friend or an adult, listening to music, meditating, playing a board game, etc.

100

What are self-affirmations? Give me one example of a self-affirmation you say to yourself.

Self-affirmations are positive statements or phrases we say to ourselves to improve how we see ourselves/ to have a positive self-concept

Examples: I am exceptional; I am smart; I am a great person; I will try my best; I work hard, etc.

100

Name two things you can do when you are upset with a friend.

Give them space, ask to have a calm conversation with them, apologize for upsetting them, etc.

100

When speaking about things that bother or concern ME, it is important to use ____ statements.

A. "we" statements

B. "I" statements

C. any statements

B. "I" statements


200

How do you treat people who are different from you?

Treat everyone with respect because we are all special in our own way

200

How do you handle big emotions that are not positive? 

I talk to an adult or a friend.

 I engage in coping skills such as ______

200

True or False: We feel better about ourselves when we say positive phrases to ourselves 

True

200

I feel the most positive about myself when I am _____

spending time with family/ friends, listening in class, having a good day, engaging in my favorite hobby, etc. 

200

Someone at lunch is sitting alone and they look sad and lonely. What do you do?

A. continue eating my lunch with my friends

B. go over and ask them if they want to sit with me and my friends

C. leave my table and got sit with them

D. act like they don't exist

B. go over and ask them if they want to sit with me and my friends

C. leave my table and got sit with them

300

How do we transition to our next class?

We walk to our next class, get to class on time, use our inside voices in the hallways, etc.

300

Who are some people you can go to when you are anxious, frustrated, or annoyed?

A friend, parent/ guardian, counselor, teacher, etc.

300

Your friend tells you that they hate the way they look and they wish they looked different. What do you do? 

Tell them that they are special in their own way; looks do not matter, it's all about who you are inside; have them look in the mirror and say one positive thing about themselves. 

300

Name 3 emotions

anger, fear, happy, disappointed, anxious, excited, frustrated, shy, lonely, ecstatic, worried, tired, bored, etc.

300

A friend asked to borrow one of your favorite pen and hasn't given it back. 

WHAT do you say?

HOW do you say it?


Assume that they forgot, remind them that they have my pen; say it in a nice, kind, and/or calm tone.

"Hey, you borrowed my pen yesterday. May I please get it back"

"I think you forgot to give me back my pen. May I get it back please"

400

You are in class and someone in class keeps bothering you and you tell them to stop. They do not listen and continue bothering you. What do you think next?

Ignore, take a deep breath, and tell a teacher/ ask for help on how to handle the situation.

400

What is it called when someone is worried or scared about something happening? What can they do to calm down?

Anxious/ anxiety.

Breathing exercises, use a fidget, meditation, speaking to a friend or an adult, etc.

400

What are 3 things you love most about yourself?

Any 3 positive things are acceptable

400

True or False: It is important to feel our feelings.

Why?

True.

Our feelings/ emotions are messages from our brain and body that tells us how we feel about a situation

400

If someone pushes you during gym class and does not say sorry, what do you do next?

A. push them back

B. yell at them

C. tell an adult

D. assume that they did not know and tell them what they did so they can apologize

D. assume that they did not know and tell them what they did so they can apologize

500

What is the difference between tattling and informing an adult about something? 

Tattling is telling someone the intention of getting them in trouble. Informing an adult about something is when something happens and you are seeking guidance on how to approach the situation in an appropriate way

500

Why are coping skills important?

They help us get better control of our emotions, and help us make better decisions, and is healthy for our brains

500

What is positive self-talk? Why is it important to engage in positive self-talk?

Positive self-talk is talking to ourselves in a positive way. It s important because how we speak to ourselves can affect how feel and think about ourselves which affects our self-confidence. 

500

What are zones of regulation? What zone are you in majority of time? 

Zone of regulations categorizes how we feel in the moment (green zone, blue zone, yellow zone, and red zone) 

500

You upset someone and want to have a conversation with them to apologize. You ask to speak to them and they say they do not want to speak to you. What do you do next? And why might they need space?

Give them space and try to speak to them later on that day or the next day.

They might need space to calm themselves down or process their emotions so we can have a productive conversation. 

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