Consequences: Think it Through
True or False
Social Skills
Name That Emotion
Music & Brain Teasers
100

Name a recent consequence you had at school or on the unit

Examples

100

T/F: Good or bad, all of the choices we make have consequences

True: Consequences don't have to be only bad, they're just what comes as a result of behavior

100

Someone is making you uncomfortable in group. How would you appropriately respond?

Acceptable answers: politely set a boundary, talk to a trusted staff

100

You haven't eaten lunch. The snack they offer you is not what you're hungry for, and you respond with anger. Name the emotion underneath anger.

Hunger

100

Female artist with the most Grammy awards as of 2021

Queen Bey

200

Does everyone have consequences? 

Answer here

200

T/F: We have the right to set boundaries with our peers, especially if we feel unsafe. 

True: Setting boundaries can help keep us safe. 

200

Someone politely asked you to stop tapping on the table during class. Is this an appropriate way to set a boundary? Why or why not?

Yes: they asked politely. 

200

One of your closest friends stops talking to you without explanation, and you respond angrily. What are some underlying emotions that could be present?

Acceptable answers: hurt, sadness, loneliness, confusion

200

This pop/country artist is re-recording her first 6 albums so she can have ownership of them

Taylor Swift

300

Someone in group did not respect you setting a boundary with them. What are the three ways you could handle the situation?

Impulsive, doing nothing, thinking it through

300

T/F: If you hurt someone (physically or emotionally) and apologize, the other person has to forgive you.

False: Everyone has the right to their own choices. 

300

What are some potential consequences to missing groups/school/medications?

Acceptable answers: falling behind in class, not able to go on trips, physically feeling off, ERIs

300

You ripped your pants in class and peers are teasing you. You physically hurt the peer who started teasing you. What are some underlying emotions under anger?

Acceptable answers: embarrassed, helpless, insecure

300

Rapper featured in Justin Bieber's song "Baby"

Ludacris

400

Name a consequence that changed the outlook on your future behavior (made you act differently the next time).

Example

400

T/F: Anger is typically a "tip of the iceberg" or "umbrella" emotion. 

True: Other emotions underlay anger and aren't always as noticeable as anger. 

400

Someone is interrupting the group while the song you chose to listen to is playing. What are some inappropriate ways to respond?

Acceptable answers: physical aggression, verbal aggression

400

You were making fun of your best friend, and lied about it to them. They retaliate and tell someone a secret you shared wit them. What are some emotions underlying anger?

Acceptable answers: guilt, threatened, loneliness, embarrassed. 

400

Youngest female to win Grammys in 4 major categories

Billie Eilish

500

What are some feelings or emotions you might have when faced with a consequence?

 Example

500

T/F: Listening to music that matches your emotions ALWAYS helps.

False: Sometimes matching our emotions to the music helps, sometimes we need the opposite emotion in music to feel better. 

500

When you're given a consequence for a behavior, how can you turn your day around? What are some examples?

Acceptable answers: coping skills, personal answers

500

Some peers in your class are doing something that you want to participate in. When you ask to join, they tell you no. What are some underlying emotions to anger?

Acceptable answers: jealously, loneliness, hurt

500

This artist's songs are largely about his childhood experiences with his mom's addiction and his distant relationship with his dad

NF

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