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Find out how to use role-plays in your advisory programs, health classes, and across the curriculum to teach students real life skills. In Helping Students with Tough Decisions, author David Sherrin explains how to create and implement role plays on tough topics such as drugs, bullying, and communicating with parents and friends. As students act out various scenarios, they learn how to communicate effectively, build relationships, and make constructive decisions. The book includes ten ready-to-use role plays, as well as instructions for creating your own and having students create them too. Help your students face life’s challenges with the powerful strategies in this book.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|
About the Author
David Sherrin is the Social Studies Department Chair, Master Teacher, Pedagogical Coach, and Open Honors Coordinator at Harvest Collegiate High School in NYC. .He was named one of ten initial New York City Master Teachers for 2014-2015 and won the 2014 Robert H. Jackson Center National Award for Teaching Justice. He earned a bachelor’s degree in international affairs from Georgetown University, a master’s degree in education from SUNY Empire State College, and a master’s degree in history at Brooklyn College.
Table of Contents
1. Creating Advisory or Health Role-Plays
2. Executing Advisory or Health Role-Plays
3. Helping Students Create and Lead Role-Plays
4. Drug Role-Plays
5. Language Role-Plays
6. Sex and Sexuality Role-Plays
7. Relationship Role-Plays (family and friends)