Twenty-one fun classroom-guidance lessons that students will look forward to and remember.
Each Lively Lesson
begins with a story introduced by the facilitator or the facilitator and a puppet. The stories can be read or told. Following the story, comprehension questions are asked to keep the class focused on the topic. To reinforce the story, present one of many interactive activities that hold the student’s interest and keep their attention on the issue at hand. Activities include: small-group activities, reproducible activity sheets, art projects, poems, and more.
The book includes lessons on the most-wanted guidance topics:
kindness and friendship
drugs and alcohol.
This is a book that will never be far from your side as you move from classroom to classroom teaching Lively Lessons.
TOPIC: Classroom guidance, social skills, self-understanding, decision-making, conflict resolution
INCLUDES: 21 lessons, discussion questions, extension activities
GRADE LEVELS: 2-5 AGES: 7-10
FOR USE WITH: Small groups, classrooms
AUTHOR: Rosanne Sheritz Sartori
RECOMMENDED FOR: Elementary school counselors, elementary teachers
8 1/2 x 11, 144 pages, black and white illustrations, paperback, 2002
LIVELY LESSONS FOR CLASSROOM SESSIONS ARRA: Improving Student Achievement
Targeted Population: All students
Program Components: 21 life-skill lessons; each lesson has directions for presentation, discussion questions, one or more relevant activities
Study Skills and Test Taking
Peer Relationships (Peer Relationships, Peer Interaction, Self-Esteem/Self-Understanding)
Title I, Part A: Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Educational Agencies
Academic Improvement (Study Skills and Test Taking)
Personal and Social Growth (Character Education, Peer Interaction, Peer Relationships, Self-Esteem/Self Understanding)
Title IV, Part A: Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities
Violence Prevention/Behavior(Character Education)
Illegal Use of Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco Prevention
Safe and Drug-Free Learning Environment that Supports Academic Achievement (Bullying, Decision Making, Internet Safety, Peer Pressure, Teasing)
Title V, Part A: Innovative Programs
Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Programs (Academic Planning, Career Planning, Decision Making, Peer Interaction, Peer Relationships, Work and Self)