Talkabout for Teenagers

Talkabout for Teenagers : Developing Social and Emotional Communication Skills

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This is a complete groupwork resource offering a hierarchical approach to teaching social and relationship skills to teenagers. Designed specifically for teenagers, this practical workbook provides ready-made material for running social and relationship skills groups with older children and young adults. Divided into five, hierarchical modules - self awareness and self esteem; body language; conversational skills; friendship skills; assertiveness skills - each module includes a teaching plan with worksheets and photocopiable resources. The book includes a short assessment to highlight the module that is most appropriate to teach and the skills within that module that are relevant. It provides a short guide to running successful social skills groups, for example, the numbers for each group, group rules, developing group cohesion, how to set up a role play. "The Talkabout" series is an extremely successful, hierarchical approach to teaching social skills and "Talkabout for Teenagers" is ideal for all professionals working with teenagers with social, emotional or behavioural difficulties.

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  • Spiral bound | 240 pages
  • 210 x 297 x 24mm | 940g
  • Speechmark Publishing Ltd
  • Bicester, OxonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • 1st New edition
  • 0863887821
  • 9780863887826
  • 38,767

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About Alex Kelly

Alex Kelly is a Speech & Language Therapist who specialises in working with people with social skills and relationship skills difficulties. She currently runs her own business providing social skills training and consultancy to schools and organisations across the UK and overseas. Brian Sains is a teacher in a secondary mainstream school. He was a community learning disability nurse for 10 years and left 6 years ago to pursue a career in teaching. He has a special interest in teaching children with social and behavioural difficulties and has supported several local initiatives to teach children social skills within secondary schools.

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