Engaging Social-Emotional Skits for Gifted Students
Prompts and Roleplays for Grades 2-6
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after March 15, 2022
Engaging Social-Emotional Skits for Gifted Students gives you all the tools you need to help gifted children expand social skills and develop a better understanding of self, peer relations, task commitment and leadership through insightful, engaging roleplay!
Presented in an easy-to-read, conversational style using real-world examples, these open-ended roleplay scenarios teach students how to recognize, monitor, and adjust their behavior. Covering topics from anxiety, to patience, to teasing and cooperation, each skit includes a problem that invites students to develop their own solutions and takeaways from the situation.
Ideal for learners in grades 2-6, these skits allow gifted students to engage with social emotional learning, making tackling difficult social and emotional issues nonthreatening and fun.
Table of Contents
1. Teacher Directions 2. Knowing Yourself Skits 3. Task Commitment Skits 4. Peer Relations Skits
Laurie Stolmack Eaton has over 30 years’ experience working with gifted and highly gifted students in grades K-12. She has previously served as a gifted and talented teacher as well as a specialist with the Denver Public Schools Gifted and Talented Department.