daniela rodrigues

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Green Talk vs. Red Talk: Teaching Kids ComebacksWhen faced with teasing, most students with language delays and/or emotional regulation issues melt down or say something equally mean back. Help elementary students develop effective comebacks that are not nasty, but make a point in an expected school manner.

Green Talk vs. Red Talk: Teaching Kids ComebacksWhen faced with teasing, most students with language delays and/or emotional regulation issues melt down or say something equally mean back. Help elementary students develop effective comebacks that are not nasty, but make a point in an expected school manner.

When teasing turns to bullying (taunting). #bullying #infographic

We use the word “teasing” to describe a full spectrum of behavior, from good-natured, give-and-take banter between close friends to malicious, intentionally hurtful insults hurled at an overweight child about her body size or shape.

Bullying is a word that gets thrown around a lot these days when anything goes wrong between peers.  It is our job to make sure students understand what constitutes bullying in order for them to use it appropriately when uncomfortable or unsafe circumstances arise.

BULLYING: Bullying is a word that gets thrown around a lot when anything goes wrong between peers. We need to make sure students understand what bullying is and not confuse it with a conflict or another act.

Nice versus Mean teasing: social skills

final julia cook the tease monster.pdf Use with slips on baggie in small groups. Students put them into categories: mean vs.