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Grade 1

Social Skills Attributes

Social Skills Attributes

In addition to developing strong academic skills, we also need to focus on developing strong social skills. Please consider the attributes listed below:

KINDNESS, CIVILITY, HUMANITY, CONSIDERATION, TOLERANCE FOR DIFFERENCES, HELPFULNESS, APPRECIATION, GOOD MANNERS, TABLE ETIQUETTE, AND PRIDE.

Also consider these social skills that are cited in THE SOCIAL SKILLS WORKBOOK written by Berthold Berg, Ph.D.

  • Making Friends
    • Asking a question
    • Giving a compliment
    • Introducing yourself
    • Listening
    • Starting a conversation
  • Cooperation with Peers
    • Following Rules
    • Joining In
    • Sharing
    • Suggesting an activity
    • Taking turns
  • Responding positively to Peers
    • Accepting a Compliment
    • Helping Peer in trouble
    • Offering Help
    • Showing Concern for Peer
    • Standing up for Peer

 

  • Communicating Needs
    • Asking for Help
    • Asking to Borrow Another’s Property
    • Expressing Negative Feelings
    • Expressing Positive Feelings
    • Getting Attention Appropriately

 

Last Modified on September 27, 2007