student will . . .
demonstrate the use of “I” statements when expressing needs or feelings.
show various ways of communicating care and consideration of others (e.g.,
sharing, using “please” and “thank you”).
differentiate between safe and unsafe situations involving touching.
discuss ways to be a responsible listener.
demonstrate respect for other's bodies and personal space.
discuss the concepts of responsibility, trust and respect for self and
identify a variety of feelings and recognize the verbal and non-verbal
cues associated with each.
use refusal skills in potentially harmful or dangerous situations (e.g.,
riding a bike without a helmet, meeting strangers, using harmful substances).
use “I can” statements when trying new activities.
practice pro-social communication skills (e.g., please and thank you).
discuss , define and demonstrate body language.
identify appropriate uses of refusal skills.