Introducing Behavior Management and Self Discipline Lessons
Charlotte Anderson Is Striving Towards Greater!
At CAE we are beginning something new! Have you ever been very frustrated with someone and not known what to do? Have you ever felt angry about something, but were unable to solve the problem? Do you have disagreements with your friends and wonder how to resolve them? Our new self discipline and self control lessons will help you to have better relationships with your teachers, friends, and parents. We look forward to teaching the students of CAE other strategies to add to your character traits of responsibility, trustworthiness, citizenship, caring, fairness, and respect.
Teachers will be looking for students "Caught with Control" in our halls and classrooms.
- Every Friday (with exception to Spring Break & staff development half days)
- The following Monday Tracy could overview the lesson for the prior week. In addition to focusing on CAE Students of Character look for the specific self discipline skill this week.
- We could give coupons to students demonstrating these behaviors and draw at the end of each day.
Talk It Out
Students will learn how to address problems verbally when anger or discomfort arises.
Share and Take Turns
Students will learn how to provide opportunities for sharing and taking turns with both items and communication.
Students learn when and why they should ignore a situation and when it's important to tell.
Share and Take Turns
Students will learn strategies to avoid hitting or fighting and what to do if someone hits them.
Students will learn how to walk away from confrontation and how to walk into better choices.
How to Say "Stop"
Students will learn how to speak up and remove themselves from trouble by using the powerful word "stop".
People With Character Apologize
Students will learn how, when, and why it's important to say "I'm sorry".
Make A Deal
Students learn how to agree to disagree and resolve conflicts.
Wait and Cool Off
Students learn how to separate themselves from frustration to cool off. Everyone gets angry, but it matters how we release the anger.