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The Anger Workout Book for Teens

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by Jan Stewart
     
 

Ready-to-use classroom lessons with over 40 reproducible student worksheets and hundreds of practical learning activities designed to help teens work out their anger and learn skills for anger management. Anger is natural and we all get angry, but learning how to use your anger to help solve a problem or to make a change can be hard work. This book provides

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Ready-to-use classroom lessons with over 40 reproducible student worksheets and hundreds of practical learning activities designed to help teens work out their anger and learn skills for anger management. Anger is natural and we all get angry, but learning how to use your anger to help solve a problem or to make a change can be hard work. This book provides step-by-step instructions and activities to help counselors guide students through effective, meaningful expressions of anger. Make anger helpful, not harmful. Learn quick and easy tips for recognizing anger and dealing with difficult situations. Students explore a variety of practical, fun, and interactive activities. They learn lifelong techniques for working with, and working out, their anger through self-expression, relaxation, self-control, negotiation, compromise, and just plain letting go and moving on.

Editorial Reviews

VOYA
Teen library services are growing across the country, and librarians are becoming more involved in the lives of young people. School media librarians already become familiar with the problems of their regular patrons, but public librarians who get to know teens more as part of an advisory board or through programming are also acting as mentors. Therefore librarians of young people would be wise to be familiar with the basics of counseling related issues. This workbook has counselor-designed activities with reproducible sheets to explore anger management issues with teens. The activities are developed on a sports theme to appeal to a wide variety of teens. They also use both modern and historical examples of famous people in the situations. This title would be extremely useful for both school and public libraries. Many activities would work for a Teen Advisory Board to do in a public library setting, including surveys about levels of anger or situational tactics. Some of the more in-depth examples are better suited to schools, such as the excellent media search activity, where teens need to find examples of anger gone wrong in the media. Another good activity is the "Sneakers & Cheaters" discussion on passive aggression. 2002, Jalmar Press, 102p., Ages adult professional.
—Amy Alessio

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781931061131
Publisher:
PRO-ED, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/28/2002
Pages:
102
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.30(d)

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