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Learning outcomes

What do your students need to learn?

Gathering and analysing a range of information about the social skills of your students will help you to identify the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that they need to develop in their class programmes. Possible learning outcomes that relate to the learning experiences in this book are listed below. You could draw on these outcomes to set goals with students and to provide them with feedback about their progress.

Although learning outcomes are organised under particular key concepts, some may also help to develop other concepts. The focus learning outcomes for each key concept are identified, and assessment opportunities have been identified for them.

Personal identity and self-worth

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

describe themselves in relation to the groups within their class and to the whole class 1 A 4
demonstrate increased responsibility for self-care 2 A 1
identify personal strengths that contribute to a sense of self-worth 2 A 4
identify personal strengths that help them to make positive contributions to their groups and their class 2 A 4
describe how their similarities and differences contribute to the unique identity of each member of the class 2 C 2
express their ideas, needs, and feelings confidently as group and class members and listen sensitively to others in the class 1/2 C 3
express their ideas and feelings confidently about changes they have experienced and listen sensitively to those of other peopl 1/2 C 3
give and receive compliments and affirmations confidently 2 C 3

Enhanced relationships

Students will:

 Level

Strand

AO

describe themselves in relation to their friends 1 A 4
take part in co-operative games and explain why these are enjoyable 1 B 2
explore and share ideas about relationships with friends 1 C 1
demonstrate co-operative skills when working and playing with others 1 C 2
  2 C 1
speak confidently using "I" statements 1 C 3
listen and respond positively 1 C 3
demonstrate ways of maintaining and enhancing friendships 2 C 1
listen sensitively to others and affirm them 2 C 3
apply rules and fair-play practices in co-operative games 1 D 1
  3/2 B 4

Social environments

Students will:

Level

Strand

AO

take individual and collective action to make their classroom a safe, happy environment 1 D 1/3
show respect for the rights of others and act in a responsible way 1 D 1
  3/2 D 3
help to set and explain behaviour guidelines to contribute to a safe, happy classroom environment 2 D 1
examine how their actions and choices contribute to a socially healthy classroom 2 D 1
share ideas about the way their classroom environment contributes to the well-being of class members 2 D 4

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