People Skills (Social Skills)
Zones of Regulation
Conversation Skills
Conversation & Social Skills
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100

This type of behavior makes others feel comfortable, safe, and happy. This type of behavior changes depending on the setting you're in.

Option 1:   What is unexpected behaviors?

Option 2:  What is expected behaviors?

What is expected behaviors?

100

In this zone, we feel out of control and angry. 

Option 1:  What is the yellow zone?

Option 2:  What is the red zone?

What is the red zone?

100

This is something you can ask about to start a conversation, especially when you know the person and what they like.

Option 1:  What is a person's interests (things they like)?

Option 2:  What is telling someone to "Go away!"

What is a person's interests (things they like)?

100

You should follow this conversation rule to show that you are interested in the topic that someone is talking about. If you don't follow this rule, people might think you are rude or self-centered. 

Option 1:  What is talking only about my favorite things?

Option 2:  What is "staying on topic"?

What is "staying on topic"?

100

This skill is anything a person does to keep themselves calm or calm down after a stressful event?

Option 1:  What is a coping or self-calming skill?

Option 2:  What is yelling, crying, and stomping around the room?

What is a coping or self-calming skill?

200

This type of behavior makes others feel uncomfortable, unsafe, or upset. This type of behavior also changes depending on the setting.

Option 1:  What is unexpected behaviors?

Option 2:  What is expected behaviors?

What is unexpected behaviors?

200

In this zone we feel happy and calm. In this zone, people are most comfortable around you.

Option 1:  What is the green zone?

Option 2:  What is the blue zone?

What is the green zone?

200

This is a skill that you use during conversations to SHOW that you are listening and can include nodding or smiling. 

Option 1: What is ignoring people and being rude?

Option 2:  What is active listening?

What is active listening? 

200

Talking to someone while looking down or around the room means that you are not using this important people skill?

Option 1:  What is "I'm doing my own thing and that's ok!"

Option 2:  What is "whole body listening"?

What is "whole body listening"?

200

This coping (self-calming) skill can be used anytime and anywhere and really only requires your lungs, mouth, nose, and of course attention!

Option 1:  What is screaming?

Option 2:  What is deep breathing?

What is deep breathing?

300

This skill is used to figure out what people around you are thinking and feeling. If you use this skill correctly, you can give a good guess about what others in the room might be thinking or feeling about you. 

Option 1:  What is daydreaming?

Option 2:  What is "thinking with your eyes"?

What is "thinking with your eyes"?

300

This zone would be okay if you are at a birthday party or a park, but would not be expected if you are at school working on an assignment. 

Option 1:  What is the blue zone?

Option 2:  What is the yellow zone?

What is the yellow zone?

300

This is one way you can start a conversation by making the other people feel good, special, or appreciated.

Option 1:  What is giving a compliment?

Option 2:  What is talking about myself?

What is giving a compliment?

300

When someone is talking and you show that you are listening by saying comments like, "Same! Cool! or Wow!" you are using this conversation skill. 

Option 1:  What is "active listening"?

Option 2:  What is ignoring the person and rolling my eyes?

What is "active listening"? 

300

When I get to know someone, I can do this to grow our friendship?

Option 1:  What is remember things they've told me about themselves?

Option 2:  What is pretend like I don't care that much?

What is remember things they've told me about themselves?

400

This skill is used when you're in a group and want to show that you are an active participant and paying attention. This skill also shows that you are thinking about the same thing as the rest of the group.

Option 1: What is "brain and body in group"?

Option 2: What is looking out the window?

What is "brain and body in group"?

400

In these two zones, people typically have poor control over their emotions and behaviors and therefore, may act unexpectedly or even mean.

Option 1:  What are the green and blue zones?

Option 2:  What are the yellow and red zones?

What are the yellow and red zones?

400

When you start a conversation by asking someone "What did you do last week", you are asking a question about the____.

Option 1:  What is the past (it's already happened)?

Option 2:  What is the future (it hasn't happened yet)?

What is the past (it's already happened)?

400

Make sure you do this before starting any conversation!!!!

Option 1:  What is dance?

Option 2:  What is say "Hello"?

What is say "Hello"?

400

These three healthy choices I make can help me stay calm, happy, and in the green zone.

Option 1:  What is staying up late, eating lots of sugar, and playing video games all day/night?

Option 2:  What is getting enough sleep, eating fruits and vegetables, and getting exercise?

What is getting enough sleep, eating fruits and vegetables, and getting exercise?

500

You need to use this skill whenever you walk into a new situation or room so you can figure out what is expected to do and say. 

Option 1:  What is "thinking about myself"?

Option 2: What is "thinking with your eyes"?

What is "thinking with your eyes"?

500

It is perfectly fine to be in which zone(s)?

Option 1:  What is "you should always stay in the green zone"?

Option 2:  What is "all of them!"?  You're feelings are always okay and all feelings are okay, just make sure to monitor your behavior!

What is "all of them!"?

You're feelings are always okay and all feelings are okay, just make sure to monitor your behavior!

500

This is a conversation rule you should always follow if you don't want people to think you're dominating the conversation.

Option 1:  What is interrupting and hogging the conversation?

Option 2:  What is taking turns when talking?

What taking turns when talking?

500

When starting a conversation, if you don't know a person's interests you can always ask them a question about these things...

Option 1:  What are past, present, or future things they like or want to do?

Option 2:  What is asking them really personal questions that make them feel uncomfortable?

What are past, present, or future things they like or want to do?

500

This is a coping skill that can be practiced anytime and anywhere that involves being present in the moment and acknowledging your thoughts and feelings WITHOUT any judgment. 

Option 1:  What is mindfulness or being mindful?

Option 2:  What is ignoring problems and feelings?

What is mindfulness or being mindful?

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