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"Anger Management For Kids - What Else Can Anger Be? #5"

In this new chapter #5 allows the learner to think about their feelings and identify the reasons behind them that leads to loud or quiet anger. The learner will, get to know fear, sadness, and disappointment.
Educational Festival Inc.
106 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 13 learners
year olds
learners per class


Charged upfront
Meets once
90 minute class
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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
I encourage learners to take notes on what is important to practice during each activity. Prior knowledge and skills will be questioned to explore more about their anger and share their experiences with others. I will continue to ask questions during each activity, promote engagement, and provide information new information on behavior management. Learners are given examples of how to practice the activity to reduce anger urges by recognizing body sensations and talk about what they are feeling before the rage and triggers happens. The goal of anger management is to decrease their response to anger and by now increase happiness and joy. In this class, What Else Can Anger Be? #5, I will continue with the routines and structure to allow and encourage learners to engage in the presentation and take notes during guided instruction. Note taking allow learners to start taking action to acknowledge their anger. In each class I provide more information about anger management and how to resolve it. Students can use the chat box and reactions to express themselves. Again, it is important for students to take notes when prompted then practice the activities at home and during anger triggers. Video clips help students to self-reflect their behaviors and practice strategies presented. 
In class #5 we will talk about the feelings around being sad, having fear, and disappointment. 
Just practice the activities used in each class as needed and use routines around anger. 
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Materials Needed - Spiral notebook and a pencil. Grade Policy - Engagement, Projects, Homework. Expectations - To follow the Virtual Rules. Policies - Refunds are subject to review.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
The materials are age appropriate.
Resources used for this class are video clips on anger (up to 3 minutes), reference material and guides 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 manage anger. 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,, and www.Pathway 2 Success.

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Educational Festival Inc.
Lives in the United States
A team of educators teaching outside the classroom for a nonprofit organization
106 total reviews
223 completed classes

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