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Teaching Children and Youth Self-Control

Applications of Perceptual Control Theory (Ccbd"s Mini Library Series on Emotional/Behavioral Disorders)

by John W. Maag

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  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Council for Exceptional Children .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education,
  • Special Education - Socially Handicapped,
  • Special Education - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsLyndal M. Bullock (Editor), Robert A. Gable (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8327218M
    ISBN 100865863105
    ISBN 109780865863101
    OCLC/WorldCa39701430

      Teaching self-control has become a big focus for early childhood education. At the Clara Barton Center for Children in Cabin John, Md., it starts with expecting a 4-year-old to hang up her coat. Paperback Format $39/book Sold individually or as set of 3 volumes Available in Paperback Only Free Shipping BUY this Volume in Paperback Format Below Details on Series and Other Volumes Personal Power: Gaining Self-Control: Succeeding with Self Book Behavior, Emotional and Classroom Management Lesson Plans and Reproducible Worksheets [ ].

    MODULE 12 List techniques for maintaining self-control. Objectives: A. Define self-control. B. List and define self-control techniques. C. List the four steps contained in a self-control plan. MODULE INFORMATION SHEET TO THE STUDENT: Read and study the following information sheet; then complete the student activities at the end of this module. Sunday School Lesson Plan Responsibility, Respect, Self-Control Objective Students will understand the following: 1. What responsibility and self-control are. 2. Why it’s important to think before you act or speak. 3. How acting with self-control helps you keep having fun without hurting yourself or hurting others. Grade Level Grades KFile Size: KB.

    The Book of Proverbs is arguably the most practical book in the entire Bible. So as you search for a place to start in the teaching and instruction of your children, why not start in a place that will make immediate impact? And that impact is not limited to your children it will happen in mom and dad, too. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maag, John W., Teaching children and youth self-control. Reston, Va.: Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders.


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We live in a world where everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Self-control is not a valued character trait. Here is a fun self-control object lesson that kids can do themselves.

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Objectives: To define self-control and lack thereof. To identify tools that the students can use to build self-control.

To develop students who display self-control in their personal lives. This lesson is geared towards a children’s church classroom setting of 1 st -5 th graders. Materials: A game like Jenga or Operation, cardboard bricks or Author: Kristin Charles. When kids have better self-control, they do better in school and get along better with others.

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A READY-TO-USE, REPRODUCIBLE ACTIVITY BOOK vii Introduction Some children seem to be socially adept from birth, while others struggle with various challenges of social acceptance. Some children make friends easily; others are loners.

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Your discipline tactics shouldn't be about controlling your child. Instead, discipline should be about teaching your child how to control himself.

Kids who learn self-discipline will be better. Since that time, I have considered using games to teach self-control and essential skills. As a psychologist, you can imagine that my list of essential skills is pretty different from the basics. I tend to use games that teach discipline, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and impulse control.

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Pedagogical Idea: As believers, we are able to display the fruit of self-control as we abide and trust in Christ. Author: Kara Jenkins.