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Teaching Self-Control in the Classroom
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Teaching Self-Control in the Classroom
A Cognitive Behavioural Approach

First Edition

January 1999 | 136 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Learning about the relationship between thoughts and behaviour is stimulating and enjoyable. These seven stories teach children to:

" reflect on behaviour and consequences

" learn to control impulsivity stop and think

" manage feelings and practise positive self-talk.

The publication contains all the necessary teaching materials, lesson notes and copiable resources needed to work on self-control techniques and problem-solving strategies in the primary classroom.

This resource provides teachers with a new and different approach to the teaching of responsible behaviour and decision-making. No prior knowledge of cognitive behaviour theory is necessary.


 
Introduction
 
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
 
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Primary Children
 
Methods of Intervention
 
The Programme
 
How to use the Programme