will demonstrate appropriate play skills, peer relations, cooperative learning and assertiveness with ________ (frequency) as measured by ________________.
1 Play without disrupting others.
2 Join in a game or activity when invited by another student.
3 Appropriately ask another student or students to play during classroom and free-play activities already in progress.
4 Share toys and/or school equipment upon request with other students in a play situation.
5 Engage in cooperative play with at least one other peer.
6 Learn and follow the rules when playing an organized game.
7 Wait for turn when playing in a game.
8 Use a voice tone and volume appropriate to the game and the setting.
9 Display effort in a competitive game situations (e.g., listen to rules of the game, pay attention to action of game, and take an active part).
10 Handle defeat in a competitive game situation by congratulating the winner without grumbling or engaging in other negative behaviors.
11 Handle winning in a competitive game situation by supporting the loser, (e.g., without verbally attacking, degrading, making fun of, or engaging in other negative behaviors).
12 Play as a member of any team game, carrying out the strategies and rules of the game.
13 Identify appropriate behavior when presented with real or simulated situations involving peer pressure.
14 Engage in appropriate behavior when confronted with inappropriate behavior.
15 Recognize when peer pressure may be harmful.
16 Use assertive behavior in resisting harmful peer pressure.
17 Offer to help a peer at an appropriate time.
18 Offer help to the teacher at appropriate times.
19 Express verbal support (e.g., give constructive feedback to a peer).
20 Take appropriate action in supporting a person whose rights are being violated.
21 Let others borrow school material at appropriate times.
22 Maintain a reasonable distance from others during conversation.
23 Make introductions.
24 Initiate conversation with peers.
25 Join in a conversation.
26 Refrain from interrupting others in conversation.
27 Stay on same subject as others.
28 Use socially acceptable means when necessary to interrupt, such as excuse me, etc.
29 Use an appropriate voice and words when interacting with peers or adults.
30 Invite others to join in activities.
31 Acknowledge others when praised for good deeds or accomplishments.
32 Accept peer's ideas for group activities.
33 Cooperate with peers without prompting.
34 Wait his/her turn in games or activities.
35 Ask permission of others to borrow.
36 Return borrowed items in a timely manner.
37 Return items in same condition as borrowed.
38 Respond appropriately when told she/he cannot borrow an item.
39 Identify aggressive, assertive, and passive behavior and styles.
40 Identify non-verbal cues e.g. voice tone, facial expressions, and body languages.
41 Practice assertiveness skills in real and simulated situations.
42 Appropriately question rules that are unfair.
43 Appropriately express feeling when wronged.
44 Appropriately question rules which may be unfair.
45 Seek guidance prior to making certain decisions.
46 Accept responsibility for changing own behaviors.
47 Identify actions needed to improve interpersonal situations (e.g., decrease behaviors which provoke negative reactions, offer to help person who is experiencing stress.
48 Ignore teasing by walking away or not responding.
49 Wait for turn in social situation without adult supervision.
50 Wait his/her turn.
51 Engage in rules of good sportsmanship.
52 Engage in ______ minutes of free play or social situation without tattling, without supervision.
53 Be an equal participant in play or conversation.
54 Maintain appropriate space and boundaries.
will use age appropriate social-sexual behavior ___________ (frequency) as measured by ____________.
1 Dress and groom appropriately according to school standards (e.g., buttons buttoned and zippers zipped, clothing
covering private body parts).
2 Identify appropriate means to gain attention or affection (e.g., avoid using sexual and/or seductive body language,
3 Select appropriate means to gain attention or affection.
4 Demonstrate an awareness of appropriate place and time to engage in self-stimulating behavior.
5 Respect others physical space and personal rights by not touching.
6 Use appropriate movements, touching and/or gestures.
will make appropriate decisions on a daily basis with _______ frequency as measured by _________ (teacher observation, checklist, anecdotal records, behavior checklist, self-evaluation, etc.).
1 Gather necessary information to make decisions.
2 Make simple decisions at teacher's suggestions.
3 Make simple decisions independently.
4 Describe steps in making a decision.
5 Identify a situation requiring a decision.
6 Identify options available in making a decision.
7 Describe possible consequences of a decision.
8 Select option(s) which best meet own needs.
9 Seek guidance prior to making certain decisions.
10 Follow through on making commitments involved in a decision.
11 Make decisions based on own abilities.
12 Set realistic personal goal(s).
13 Arrange problems by importance.
14 Participate in developing a plan to meet personal and academic goals.
15 Follow through with plan or modify plan to meet goal.
16 State own strengths and weaknesses in general school behavior.
17 Label examples of peer behaviors as cooperative or uncooperative.
18 State those behaviors which lead to production of positive school work.
19 State possible comprosmise(s) to end a disagreement.
20 Identify examples of behavior which impede a group discussion.
21 Identify possible ways to resolve the conflict in a hypothetical situation.
22 Identify the conflict in simulated situations.
23 Identify the conflict in real situations.
24 Voluntarily accept responsibility for own behavior without making excuses.
25 Accept consequences of a wrong doing without excessive complaining.
26 Apologize/make restitution when own actions have injured or infringed upon another.
27 Follow redirection to a time-out area.
28 Take a voluntary time out.
29 Follow classroom behavior consequence plan
30 Accept feedback appropriately.
31 Accurately recount the details of an event in which student was involved.
32 Voluntarily report violation of rules (accidental or intentional) to a teacher.
33 Say "no" to inappropriate/unreasonable request(s).