Presentation on theme: "All the Time!. How do you feel when…. Someone yells during the movie you are watching? Someone throws a tantrum in the middle of a store you are in? A."— Presentation transcript:
All the Time!
How do you feel when…. Someone yells during the movie you are watching? Someone throws a tantrum in the middle of a store you are in? A student gets really upset over a small problem, such as breaking a pencil?
How do you feel when….. Someone says “good job” to you? Someone sits calmly and quietly next to you on the van? A student gives you a compliment?
How do these behaviors make people feel? Expected behaviors- following the rules of a situation Unexpected behaviors- don’t follow the rules of a situation Ex. sitting quietly in a movie theater Ex. yelling to your friend in the middle of the movie
Expected vs. Unexpected Clip-Boy Meets World Pilot 2:24- 4:46 Classroom Behavior Expected BehaviorsUnexpected Behaviors
Pick any social situation Expected BehaviorsUnexpected Behaviors
Good thoughts/ Weird thoughts People are constantly having thoughts about you - When you are sitting quietly - When you are eating your lunch - When you are talking Each of us can make people have good or weird thoughts about us by how we behave Complete worksheet
Review Worksheet and Clip Review, from worksheet, things that make you have good thoughts about people Watch clip- Elf Fill out thought bubble for what the person is thinking about the other person’s behavior
Why is it important to know that people think about you? Have good or weird thoughts Might give you a reputation for doing or not doing something Might affect if they want to be around you How we react to problems affects how people think about us and act towards us
For example…. If people think we are over-react and act unexpectedly, others feel ____________________
For example….. If people think we act expected and have calm reactions, Others feel ___________________________
Size of the problem Level 1 and 2- small problems - Things that make you uncomfortable (ex. bumping into a person) Level 3- more serious problem - A small injury, losing a cell phone Level 4 and 5- problem that upsets a lot of people and causes physical pain or money problems
How do we react? It’s important to figure out how big a problem is because if you over-react, others feel awkward, uncomfortable, or annoyed How much emotion should we let out when you are upset and how much much is supposed to stay in?
What are you thinking about this person? ( :54- Boy meets world pilot)
What’s the size of the problem? Corey- not being able to go to the baseball game on Friday What are we thinking about him?
Let’s come up with 1-5 Scale Problems Now let’s role-play reactions to these problems
Let’s role-play reactions
1-5 Scale Continued…. New Project - Make a poster labeling level 1 to 5 problems - Glue picture next to the level of the problem
Come up with your own 1-5 Scale List one problem at each level Complete worksheet
Reactions- Does it match the size of the problem?
Classroom 1 to 5 scale Review of level of the problem How big Appropriate of a problem? Reaction
1-5 Scale Read comic: - What’s the level of the problem? - How big is her reaction? - What could she have done instead?
Over-reactions Answer first 2 questions on worksheet Watch clip and complete worksheet ture=relmfu ture=relmfu
Review Over-reactions Worksheet What over-reactions did you see to small problems? What over-reactions did you see to things that made someone happy or excited?
1-5 Scale Problems Watch clip and identify problems that “The Extremes” over-react to On your worksheet, 1. Write in problems we identified on the board 2. Then complete the level of the problem and one appropriate reaction for each problem
Let’s see what you have learned Complete Problem Rating Scale independently Turn into Caitlin