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Assist students in recognizing their own and others feeling
Instruct students how to exhibit understanding and acceptance
Teaching Children Empathy by Tonia Caselman, Ph.D. Helping children develop greater empathy-related awareness and skills can help prevent negative social behaviors such as bullying, meanness, and alienation. Empathy is a fundamental social emotion because it brings a sense of emotional connection to others. It is this awareness that is not only basic to all healthy relationships, but also the root of pro-social behavior, altruism, kindness and peace. Empathy has cognitive, affective and behavioral components that can be learned and improved upon by children. Each topic-related lesson includes five inviting worksheets that can be reproduced and used repeatedly with elementary school-aged students. 132 pages, plus CD. Recommended for grades K-6.
What is Empathy?
Knowing Your Own Feelings
Learning to Read Others Feelings
Temporarily Putting Your Own Feelings Aside
Making Supportive Statements
Doing Supportive Things
Making / Keeping Friends
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