An emotional literacy programme for students at risk of exclusion.
This highly practical emotional literacy resource engages young people and motivates them to improve their behaviour at school. It consists of 13 well structured sessions that have been designed to appeal to different learning styles and to encourage the development of the key skills and attitudes associated with emotional literacy.
The sessions include:
An audit of sutdents' work and behaviour
Linking feelings, thinkings and behaviour
Managing stress and anger in the classroom
Understanding and profiling students' multiple intelligences
Linking behaviour to future opportunities.
Suitable for one-to-one and group work, this book includes set-up guidelines, photocopiable worksheets and a CD Rom. Each session is linked to the secondary SEAL outcomes.
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Susie Davis has worked within the education system for 17 years both as an Education Welfare Officer and within a local authority behaviour support team and pupil referral unit. During this time she has built up a great deal of experience of working with and supporting students with behaviour and attendance difficulties, working with teachers on how to manage the challenges these students often bring to their lessons, and working in partnership with parents and other agencies to support their inclusion in school. Susie has devised a series of emotional literacy resources, most of which are specifically aimed at students at risk of exclusion from secondary school. After many years of working for a local authority Susie is now employed at Bradley Stoke Community School in South Gloucestershire as the Inclusion Team Leader.