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Your Choice Book 2 covers the 2019 Health, Relationships and Sex Education curriculum, offering advice and practical techniques for managing students' time, money, emotions and health. Topics are organised into four strands to offer a coherent, progressive PSHE course for Years 7 to 9. In Student Book 2: * Personal wellbeing and mental health units focus on increasing self-awareness, building confidence and learning to manage feelings. * Relationships and sex education units offer guidance on healthy relationships, contraception and safer sex, consent, and how to protect yourself online. * Physical health and wellbeing units deal with the importance of taking care of your body, and understanding the risks of alcohol, drug-taking and addiction. * Social education units look outwards to consider attitudes to others and Citizenship topics such as voting, human rights and democracy. The content has been trialled by a team of PSHE teachers and RSE experts.
Yebo, a CAPS-compliant book that reflects the way you learn Life Orientation with: Four sections, each reflecting a term's work and covering Physical Education, Development of the self in society, Social and environmental responsibility, Democracy and human rights, Careers and career choices, and Study Skills; 80 pages of Physical Education activities; Brief, clear and accessible content; Practical activities; and Full colour photographs.
Everyone knows how difficult it is to get young children to share with others and we need strategies to help them understand why it's important - this book will help! Penny Tassoni, leading Early Years education consultant, author and trainer, presents a picture book with simple words and delightful full-colour illustrations by Mel Four that encourages children to share in a positive way. There is lots to talk about in Time to Share which makes this book ideal for starting conversations with children about why and how we share. It also includes a page of practical advice and tips for practitioners, parents and carers making it the perfect resource for supporting this essential life skill.
From shy to confident, quiet to enthusiastic, all children have different personalities and sometimes they just need a little help when it comes to making friends. How can we best help children communicate clearly and build strong friendships? Penny Tassoni, leading Early Years education consultant, author and trainer, uses simple words, accompanied by delightful full-colour illustrations by Mel Four, to support children as they make friends. There's lots to talk about in Time to Make Friends which makes this book ideal for sharing. It also includes a page of practical advice and tips for practitioners, parents and carers making it the perfect resource for supporting this essential life skill.
Playtime can involve a wealth of resources from toys and blocks to books and paint, but sometimes putting all of these items away can be a battle. Penny Tassoni, leading Early Years education consultant, author and trainer, presents a picture book with simple words and engaging full-colour illustrations by Mel Four that puts a positive spin on why tidying up can be part of the play! Time to Tidy Up helps young children build on their behaviour and routines when in comes to tidying up. It also includes a page of practical advice and tips for practitioners, carers and parents making it the perfect resource for supporting this essential self-care skill.
Sometimes mealtimes can be a battle with young children, especially when they don't want to try new foods. How can we best help children understand that it can take time to like a new food? And how can we develop their vocabulary so they can articulate how they are feeling about food? Penny Tassoni, leading Early Years education consultant, author and trainer, presents a picture book with simple words and delightful full-colour illustrations by Mel Four that encourages children to change their attitudes towards food through looking at shapes and colours, talking about textures and generally making food more interesting. In doing so, young children will build on their self-care skills, behaviour and routines when it comes to healthy eating. Time to Eat is the perfect book for putting a positive and fun spin on mealtimes and food. It also includes a page of practical advice and tips for practitioners, carers and parents on fussy eating.
Life Skills is a tool to promote skills, knowledge and values about
the self, the environment, responsible citizenship, a healthy and
productive life, social engagement, recreation and physical
activity and creative arts in all Intermediate Phase learners in
South Africa. Teaching Life Skills in the Intermediate Phase
focuses on how to encourage the optimal emotional, physical,
spiritual and mental development and wellbeing of learners.
The perfect handbook to assist with your PSHE teaching. Rising Stars' Character Education teaching and awards scheme offers engaging lesson plans and activities to develop the character of pupils throughout a primary school, from Reception through KS1 and KS2. Developed by Character Education experts Geoff Smith and Shona Pye in partnership with Havering School Improvement Services (HSIS), the Rising Stars Character Education programme is designed to develop your pupils' resilience, teamwork and feelings of self-worth through progressive school-wide activities, as well as provide tangible and trackable evidence of the SMSC provision to Ofsted. The 6 strands that Character Education covers are: 1. Resilience 2. Citizenship 3. Teamwork and problem solving 4. British Values 5. Moral compass 6. Confidence and self-worth This comprehensive handbook includes engaging activities for every year group from Reception to Year 6, downloadable worksheets and templates for every activity, original and fun assembly ideas and printable badges and a record of achievement for every child.
Life skills is a critically important subject to teach at the Foundation Phase level as it is at this unique time in a young learner’s development that an important grounding for later life can be established. Never will teachers have a better opportunity to shape learners’ knowledge, skills and values and to prepare them for the challenges and successes that lie ahead. Teaching life skills in the Foundation Phase equips teachers to support learners’ holistic development, both as citizens of South Africa and participants in a global community.
Teaching life skills in the Foundation Phase is based on sound pedagogical principles, providing many practical ideas to Foundation Phase teachers and student teachers (grades R–3). For easy reference between classroom practice and formal studies, this book is structured according to the CAPS Foundation Phase curriculum and focuses on the following knowledge areas:
Teaching life skills in the Foundation Phase is aimed at teachers, school managers and parents.
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