Anger Management for Kids Part Two Classes 6 To 10
In this 5-week course, Anger Management (part-two) classes #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, learners are getting closer to solving the question, why do they get angry? Learners will use new and previous behavior strategies to manage anger.
In this 5-week multi class, I will continue engaging learners with three new activities in each class that introduces another way to manage anger. In part-two, what happens when I feel angry is an inquiry question that will be asked in each class (in part-one, why do I get angry was the inquiry question). The activities in each class will help learners think through situations first to help them respond in a different way towards anger. Learners agree that anger is not a good feeling and...
I will teach learners to manage anger by practicing three activities in each class giving them 30 strategies in part-one of anger management. Journal work is encouraged and helpful for the purpose of becoming a better writer and to make writing a part of releasing anger in a positive way. When teaching positive behaviors, learners will be able to self-reflect by looking within themselves first before blaming others. Although some learners struggle with writing, I will direct them to write words or basic sentences by highlighting information during the presentation. I will continue to ask questions and engage the learners during class. I will also respect their privacy if they do not want to answer questions. I allow learners to self-reflect by asking, the end of class, what did you learn today? The answers indicate active listening skills and commitment to positive behaviors.
As a special education teacher, I manage extreme behaviors in and out of the classroom. I have taken courses in my master’s program and attend yearly behavior management training. I apply behavior strategies with students with disabilities to teach them self-control and what to do when they are feeling stress, anxiety, or anger. Anger can become manageable with daily routines. When the amygdala is activated by fear it responds with an emotion. In my teaching practice I use learning strategies to assess the learners need by using visuals, verbal, and nonverbal cues. Learners are encouraged communication (talk, raise your hand, smile, etc.), start a conversation, and I give wait time for a response.
II encourage all learners to take notes (although not required) in a journal allowing time to write the guided information for behavior management.
2 files available upon enrollmentMaterials Needed - Spiral notebook and a pencil. A monthly class schedule is provided
no assessments or grade
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
There are no safety warnings or concerns, all material in each class includes content specific; using pictures and videos. All visuals in the presentation are designed to connect to the class topic. As I teach all learners I address all learning levels.
Resources used for this class are, video clips on anger (up to 3 minutes), reference materials, and guides are from various sources including professional development workshops and trainings. I use calming choices, behavior charts to hold learners accountable for their behavior management in the classroom. In this course, Anger Management for kids, I will follow a recourse (workbook) guide to introduce anger management. Reference materials include workbooks, coping strategies, ways to cope with stress, and the anger alternatives game, Don't Get Mad..., by Sam Snowden, the Guidance Group, and anger management in the classroom through professional development training. Don't Get Mad, the anger alternatives game by Guidance Group, www.honolulu.hawaii.edu, and www.Pathway 2 Success.
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$120for 5 classes
1x per week, 5 weeks
Live video meetings
1-8 learners per class