Problem Solving
Sarcasm
Group Work/Google Meets
Determining Others' Perspectives
Friendship
100

You are playing dodgeball in PE class and accidentally get hit by the ball in the stomach.  Your classmate apologizes.  What do you do?

It was an accident, tell them that it is okay, accidents happen.

100

Sarcasm is when someone says the opposite of what they are really thinking.  What is something to watch or listen for to tell if someone is being sarcastic?


A. Tone of voice

B. Body Language

C. The words they use - do they fit the situation?

100

Would it be appropriate to tell a google meet social group a problem that is happening at your house?


No.  If you have something private that you would like to talk about, wait until it's a 1:1 session with a teacher or counselor. 

100

Determining Perspectives Card, what are they thinking?

Logical response

100

A friend has said something that hurts your feelings. What can you do?

Tell them how you feel with a nice voice and explain why. Avoid yelling at them.

200

Your friends are planning to go to a movie on Friday night.  You really want to go but you have already promised to babysit your siblings.  What should you do? 

Ask your friends if they can make plans for another evening.  Stay home and go out with your friends next time.

200

Sarcastic or not?


Watch and Listen:

Thanks for the help.  

200

What should you do if you are getting answers wrong during a group game and you're beginning to feel upset and disappointed?


Ask if you can take a break; take deep breaths; talk to your teacher about it; use encouraging self-talk in your head

200

True or False.  When someone says you did something wrong they are being mean.


False- most of the time when someone tells you that you have done something wrong they are only trying to help you.  

200

Your friend is moving away and you feel really sad. What can you do?

You can make a plan to stay in contact over the phone and plan visits.

300

Your best friend is talking about the really cool things that her mom just bought her.  How do you react to your friend?

Jealousy is a common emotion in this situation however, you should be happy for your friend. 

300

Sarcastic or not?

Watch and Listen:

 I've had a great time.

300

What can you do if you are feeling frustrated?

Talk to your parents, counselor, teacher. Use one of your coping skills.

300

What might you feel if someone you are trying to talk to is ignoring you?

Sad, confused, or upset

300

What can you do if your friend is feeling sad?

You can listen to them, offer support, try to cheer them up

400

You borrowed your brother's earbuds and, when he asks for them back, you can't find them.  What should you do?

Tell your brother what happened.  Ask your brother if he can help you look for them.

400

Sarcastic or not?

Watch and Listen:

That will be fun.

400

When you are working on a group project, you should procrastinate so your classmates will do all the work, they won't mind.  True or false?

False, procrastinating would be rude and others may dislike being in a group with you in the future.  You also won't learn anything if you don't contribute to the project. 

400

Explain empathy

Understanding how someone else is feeling.  A valuable skill in life and leadership.  

  • understanding their feelings, intentions, thoughts, or view of a particular situation

400

A friend asks you to do something you know is inappropriate/wrong.  What do you do?

Just say "no thanks."

500

True or False- you should never be angry

False.  It is ok to feel any feeling you feel.  But how you express those feelings has to be appropriate

500

Is it more appropriate to be sarcastic with your friends and siblings or with your parents and grandparents? 

Friends and siblings

500

What is the best way to deal with a group member that keeps talking over you?

Say "excuse me ____ but I was still speaking." Then continue with what you were saying before. 

500

Determining Perspectives Card, what are they thinking?

Logical response

500

What are 2 things that we should do to respect our friends when we are hanging out with them during COVID-19?

Options:

1. Personal space (ideally 6 ft)

2. Wear a mask

3. Wash your hands


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