Self-limiting behaviors matched to social skills
What social skills would be helpful for students to know in the following situations?
- A student knows some students have cheat sheets and are going to use them on the test.
- A student sees the teacher doing a task and wants to get involved.
- A student accidentally bumps into another student.
- A student is told to take another student's comb and play keep away.
- A student looks at a female high school student helper and says, "You look sexy in those clothes."
- The teacher remarks that he likes a student’s new hair cut and the student mumbles, "Yeah? Well I hate it!
- Student argues, "I didn’t do it; you didn’t see me," when another student accuses the student of doing something.
- A student remains standing after being told to sit down.
- A student looks down after another student says, "Hi!"
- A student calls out the answer as he raises his hand.
- A student flops down into a chair after being told they can not do what they asked.
- Student approaches the teacher and says, "give me a pencil mine broke."
- A student argues and complains after being told recess is indoors.
- The teacher asks questions about the student’s vacation and the student mumbles "Yes," and "All right," after each questions.
- A student hits another student for butting in front of her in the line.
Dr. Robert Sweetland's Notes ©