I Can Problem Solve, Intermediate Elementary / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780878224715
  • Publisher: Research Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Edition description: REVISED
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

List of Complementary Applications
Introduction 1
Introducing the ICPS Program: Teacher Script 15
1 Who Am I Thinking Of? 17
2 What Am I Thinking Of? 19
3 Two Things at the Same Time 21
4 What Makes People Feel the Way They Do? Part I 23
5 What Makes People Feel the Way They Do? Part II 27
6 What Makes People Feel the Way They Do? Part III 29
7 Telephone Message 41
8 Did I Get the Whole Message? 43
9 Are You Listening to Me? Part I 49
10 What Makes People Feel the Way They Do? Part IV 57
11 What Makes People Feel the Way They Do? Part V 59
12 Are You Listening to Me? Part II 61
13 Do You Remember? Part I 65
14 What Makes People Feel the Way They Do? Part VI 69
15 How Might Someone Feel? Part I 71
16 Picture Concentration 79
17 A Feeling Story 107
18 Feeling Cartoons, Part I 109
19 How Might Someone Feel? Part II 121
20 How Can You Tell? Two Ways to Find Out 125
21 How Can You Tell? A Third Way to Find Out 127
22 How Could This Be? 131
23 How Do People Feel About Things? 135
24 Do We Feel the Same Way About It? 139
25 Do You Remember? Part II 143
26 How Do They Feel? What Do They Think? 151
27 Role-Playing, Part I 177
28 Three-Person Problems 181
29 Why Else Might That Have Happened? 183
30 Let Me Tell You Why 187
31 What Do They Know? 189
32 More What Do They Know? 193
33 Did That Really Happen? 195
34 What's the Problem? 201
35 Do You Remember a Time When... 205
36 Review of Pre-Problem-Solving Concepts 207
37 It Takes Time to Think 213
38 There's More Than One Way, Part I 215
39 There's More Than One Way, Part II 219
40 Writing and Drawing Alternative Solutions 221
41 What Can I Do? A Story 225
42 There's More Than One Way, Part III 229
43 Feeling Cartoons, Part II 235
44 Role-Playing, Part II 241
45 ICPS Tic-Tac-Toe 243
46 What's Wrong With What They Say? 245
47 What Might Happen Next, Part I 259
48 Butting In 265
49 What Might Happen Next, Part II 273
50 What Might Happen Next, Part III 277
51 What Makes People Act the Way They Do? 283
52 How Does Each Person See the Problem? 285
53 Pick the Best, Pick the Worst 291
54 What Can I Do? Is That a Good Idea? 297
55 Role-Playing, Part III 311
56 Is That My First Idea? 315
57 Did I ICPS Today? 321
58 Good Times and Not Good Times to Act 325
59 What Can I Do While I Wait? 327
60 Is This a Good Time to Act? 329
61 What Is a Good Time to Act? 335
62 What's My Plan? 343
63 A Problem-Solving Plan, Part I 349
64 Mystery Sequence 351
65 Will the Person Be Angry? 361
66 How Could I Avoid This Problem? 367
67 Means-Ends Review 369
68 A Problem-Solving Plan, Part II 381
69 Feeling Cartoons, Part III 383
70 Guess the Problem, Part I 389
71 Guess the Problem, Part II 393
72 A Problem-Solving Plan, Part III 395
73 A Problem-Solving Plan, Part IV 397
74 A Problem-Solving Plan, Part V 401
75 A Dilemma 403
76 A Problem-Solving Plan, Part VI 407
77 Looking Forward 409
App. A Guidelines for Controlled ICPS Teaching 411
App. B ICPS Dialoguing Reminders 415
About the Author 421
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