Learning Objectives Aligned with the ASCA Student Standards: Mindsets & Behaviors for Student Success


A learning objective is a one-sentence statement that describes what students will learn as a result of participation in a school counseling activity.

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Learning Objective: Students will complete school assignments.
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Learning Objective: Students will create plans based on observable behaviors to reach goals.
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Learning Objective: Students will create plans based on observable behaviors to reach goals.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze and evaluate different perspectives.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze information from a variety of sources.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze scenarios to identify the primary problem or question.
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Learning Objective: Students will compose an image, poem, song, or essay that depicts different definitions of success.
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Learning Objective: Students will create "mind maps" - connecting different ideas, thoughts, opinions, relationships and understanding those connections.
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Learning Objective: Students will create visual representations to clarify ideas, thoughts, and feelings.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze relationship between time spent studying and final product/grades.
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Learning Objective: Students will appraise their current skill level and determine skills needed for success in a specific endeavor (class, content area, project, etc.).
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Learning Objective: Students will ask and answer one or more questions in a class.
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Learning Objective: Students will adhere to classroom norms.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze thoughts for rational/irrational beliefs.
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Learning Objective: Students will articulate their personal reasons for working to succeed in school.
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Learning Objective: Students will access and interpret information from student portals (grades, assignments, feedback, etc.).
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Learning Objective: Students will appraise multiple media sources for researching post-secondary options.
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Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate responsible use of technology.
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Learning Objective: Students will assess one's own responsibility for learning in differing classes, regardless of relationship with the teacher, the course content, and/or personal ambitions.
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Learning Objective: Students will compare different definitions of success.
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Learning Objective: Students will complete assignments completely and on time.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze the experiences of others who set and worked toward personal goals.
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Learning Objective: Students will appraise goal progress and goal achievement.
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Learning Objective: Students will articulate personal expectations for work and achievement.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze the link between student engagement and academic outcomes (grades, learning, etc.)
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Learning Objective: Students will answer questions in class.
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Learning Objective: Students will ask questions in class.
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Learning Objective: Students will compare traditional and nontraditional paths for postsecondary options.
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Learning Objective: Students will critique advertising messages which specifically target their demographic.
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Learning Objective: Students will define personal values, beliefs, and life goals.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze and prioritize personal interests, talents, and/or skills.
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Learning Objective: Students will apply strategies to deal with any barriers to participation in enrichment/extracurricular activities.
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Learning Objective: Students will compare and contrast personal interests, talents, and/or skills to school clubs, activities, and extracurricular activities.
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Learning Objective: Students will learn the definition of bullying.
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Submitted by: Patricia B. McFadden
Learning Objective: Students will articulate how to handle stranger dangers and inappropriate touches.
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Submitted by: John Humphrey
Learning Objective: Students will identify and set personally meaningful SMART goals.
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Submitted by: John Humphrey
Learning Objective: Students will select appropriate challenges and strategies to overcome them personally and professionally.
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Submitted by: Ashley Broody
Learning Objective: Students will be able to articulate their 'why' for learning.
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Submitted by: John Humphrey
Learning Objective: Students will list personal traits that are strength and growth areas for personal, academic and/or social development.
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Submitted by: Katrina Caldon-Ruggles
Learning Objective: Students will assess personal strengths and evaluate how that strength can contribute to solving a community or world problem.
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Submitted by: Florence Abanda
Learning Objective: Students will learn what Inclusivity is and why it is important to accept people who are different from them.
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Submitted by: Gwen Chandler
Learning Objective: Students will identify the potential positive and negative consequences of using violence to resolve conflict
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Submitted by: Jaclyn Gioe
Learning Objective: Students will learn ways to make and keep friends.
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Submitted by: Jannet Sandoval Godinez
Learning Objective: Students will: identify at least two time-management tools they can use to help them effectively manage their time.
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Submitted by: Juliana Crespo
Learning Objective: Students will list how they use their time wisely.
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Submitted by: Lyndsey Taylor
Learning Objective: Students will identify and utilize 2 or more self-care strategies that help with in-school or at-home engagement needs.
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Submitted by: Brandi Mitchell
Learning Objective: Students will identify strategies to help them manage transitions and adapt to change.
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Submitted by: Miguel Chavero
Learning Objective: Students will implement a self-motivational method to use in class.
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Submitted by: Marylyn Ochoa
Learning Objective: Student will outline a daily routine they can follow using time-management skills.
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Submitted by: Keren Osorno
Learning Objective: Student will facilitate an action to keep themselves accountable and responsible for their priorities.
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Submitted by: Joshua Anton Salazar
Learning Objective: Students will create SMART goals to set their intentions for success.
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Submitted by: Marbella Garcia
Learning Objective: Students will learn how to effectively manage their time by successfully implementing their school agenda in their daily routine.
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Submitted by: Priscilla Alamo
Learning Objective: Students will prioritize daily tasks.
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Submitted by: Yixia Chen
Learning Objective: Students will identify two tools that can help them manage their time better.
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Submitted by: Melissa Cerrillos
Learning Objective: Students will identify success tips for high school.
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Submitted by: Belen Ruan
Learning Objective: Students will organize tasks by priority.
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Submitted by: Alex Castaneda
Learning Objective: Students will be able to demonstrate a variety of conflict resolution strategies to develop collaboration and cooperation skills.
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Submitted by: Tina Truong
Learning Objective: Students will analyze how personality, strengths, and academic subjects relate to long-term career options.
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Submitted by: Sofia Granados
Learning Objective: Students will classify ways in which they spend their time wisely in class.
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Submitted by: Lavernis Martin
Learning Objective: Students will evaluate stressors they may be facing and select 1-2 strategies they can utilize to positively cope.
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Submitted by: Neha Jussal
Learning Objective: Student(s) will: build one SMART goal for themselves related to their academic achievement.
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Submitted by: Tony Real
Learning Objective: Students will participate in active listening to problem solve in class.
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Submitted by: Cecilia Villanueva
Learning Objective: Students will identify one goal-setting strategy to use before the start time of the school day.
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Submitted by: Natalie Becerra
Learning Objective: Students will develop an after school schedule to decrease stress levels and anxiety.
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Submitted by: Jessica Santiago
Learning Objective: Students will identify effective ways of time usage.
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Submitted by: Nancy Rios
Learning Objective: Student(s) will: be able to identify two organizational strategies.
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Submitted by: Linda Aldama
Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate how to organize tasks by most important to least important.
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Submitted by: Alejandra Dolores
Learning Objective: Students will recognize the steps to help them make a positive informed decision
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Submitted by: Alejandra Dolores
Learning Objective: Students will recognize the importance of educational achievement and performance to the attainment of personal and career goals.
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Submitted by: Jay Briones
Learning Objective: Students will analyze scenarios and apply appropriate time management habits.
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Submitted by: Kaitlin Bustos
Learning Objective: Students will identify a skill they can use to be successful in school.
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Submitted by: Nia R Vergara
Learning Objective: Students will identify 2 skills on being responsible students
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Submitted by: Elibes Linos
Learning Objective: Students will explain why goal setting is important and explain the SMART goal theory.
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Submitted by: Dianna Perez
Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate at least one example on how to prioritize your time
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Submitted by: Bryan Coreas
Learning Objective: Student(s) will identify body language that lets others know they are ready to listen.
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Submitted by: Bryan Coreas
Learning Objective: Student(s) will create their own weekly planner.
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Submitted by: Stacey M. López
Learning Objective: Students will list three strategies for keeping track of their responsibilities.
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Submitted by: Yesenia Duran
Learning Objective: Students will create a list of tasks to break down their class projects.
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Submitted by: Marisa A Garcia
Learning Objective: Students will learn when it is appropriate to speak up when a fellow classmate is displaying dangerous behaviors that could cause harm to themselves or others, and when to ignore disruptive behavior from other students in the classroom.
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Submitted by: Nicolas Charles
Learning Objective: Students will identify one (1) tool they can use to help them be better organized.
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Submitted by: Rebecca Galindo
Learning Objective: Students will identify tools needed to manage time.
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Submitted by: Anna Holloman
Learning Objective: Students will identify one adult in the school who they can go to when they need help.
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Submitted by: Sofia Granados
Learning Objective: Students will categorize different types of problems using a colored coded tool.
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Submitted by: Michael Browne
Learning Objective: Student will identify nonproductive activities they engage in after school
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Submitted by: Izabella Munoz
Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills by making informed decisions of healthy relationships when provided scenarios.
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Submitted by: Kaitlyn Savannah Thomas
Learning Objective: Students will obtain working knowledge of coping strategies when facing internal and external stressors.
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Submitted by: Michael Browne
Learning Objective: Students will justify what activities they can cut from their schedule.
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Submitted by: Michelle Rios-Buza
Learning Objective: Students will compose a list of colleges which match with their future career goals.
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Submitted by: Esvin Garcia
Learning Objective: Students will identify activities that cause distractions.
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Submitted by: Cecilia Ruiz
Learning Objective: Students will create one long-term goal for the end of the school year.
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Submitted by: Marta A. Escobar-Menjivar
Learning Objective: Student(s) will demonstrate how to plan for at least 3 careers of interest that fits the lifestyle they would like to live.
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Submitted by: Alberto Perez
Learning Objective: Students will identify two or more different strategies for study skills.
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Submitted by: Luis A. Diaz
Learning Objective: Students will develop approaches on how to create safe spaces for diverse communities.
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Submitted by: Jessica Ochoa
Learning Objective: Students will compose a self-motivation method for overcoming challenges in higher education.
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Submitted by: Cristal Gutierrez
Learning Objective: Students will understand how to prioritize assignments.
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Submitted by: Mayte Estrada
Learning Objective: Student(s) will identify 1-2 steps to avoid when managing their schoolwork.
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Submitted by: Cameryn Corcoran
Learning Objective: students will identify the importance of completing assignments when absent.
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Submitted by: Yesenia Duran
Learning Objective: Students will identify two careers of interest.
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Submitted by: Ana Briseno
Learning Objective: Students will identify alternative actions to be respectful towards peers and adults who are different from them.
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Submitted by: Celina P Rodriguez
Learning Objective: Student(s) will: organize a weekly planner with their assignments on the dates they are due.
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Submitted by: Angelica Luviano
Learning Objective: Students will be able to describe the steps to apply, complete, and submit their financial aid application.
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Submitted by: Bryan Coreas
Learning Objective: Students will identify their top career choice based on their assessment.
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Submitted by: Lupe Vargas
Learning Objective: Students will identify 2 ways for being organized.
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Submitted by: Nancy Lopez
Learning Objective: Students will identify college courses that align with their career goal.
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Submitted by: Nancy Lopez
Learning Objective: Students will identify college courses that align with their career goal.
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Submitted by: Albert Legia
Learning Objective: Students will research and plan for their future profession. This includes looking into certain professional careers, approaches to get to the career, and what degree is required.
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Learning Objective: Students will adhere to agreed-upon rules for discussions when resolving conflicts with peers.
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Learning Objective: Students will apply self-soothing/self-calming strategies when communicating with others.
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Learning Objective: Students will define persuasive essay.
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Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate listening skills.
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Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate respectful oral communication (voice tone, volume, word choice, etc.)
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Learning Objective: Students will differentiate when to ask questions effectively.
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Learning Objective: Students will disengage from escalating conversations, discussions, or debates.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain etiquette rules for online communication.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain how negative words can hurt others.
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Learning Objective: Students will express personal thoughts, opinions, and/or feelings to others.
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Learning Objective: Students will give examples of how to end or leave a discussion without generating escalating emotions.
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Learning Objective: Students will illustrate respectful body posture to facilitate conversation and discussion.
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Learning Objective: Students will interpret language, paralanguage, and body language.
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Learning Objective: Students will itemize the specific steps of effective test preparation.
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Learning Objective: Students will list common mistakes in email exchanges.
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Learning Objective: Students will list problematic body posture that may discourage conversation and discussion.
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Learning Objective: Students will model active listening skills.
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Learning Objective: Students will monitor and name personal feelings when communicating with others.
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Learning Objective: Students will paraphrase another student?s (teacher?s) ideas, thoughts, opinions succinctly and accurately.
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Learning Objective: Students will produce a clear and coherent college application essay, highlighting personal achievements and demonstrating creativity.
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Learning Objective: Students will provide authentic, respectful feedback during discussions and conversations.
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Learning Objective: Students will provide details on how to ask questions effectively.
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Learning Objective: Students will recognize when ending or leaving a discussion is necessary.
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Learning Objective: Students will script the necessary steps for tracking school assignments.
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Learning Objective: Students will speak audibly and clearly to express thoughts, feelings, and ideas during conflicts.
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Learning Objective: Students will state the procedures/rules for typing and formatting an email.
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Learning Objective: Students will structure a respectful argument for a personal position/opinion.
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Learning Objective: Students will summarize guidelines for listening.
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Learning Objective: Students will write a letter to a school counselor (teacher, employer, etc.)
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Learning Objective: Students will write persuasive letters, personal statements, application essays.
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Learning Objective: Students will accept compliments.
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Learning Objective: Students will ascertain personal skills and interests.
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Learning Objective: Students will characterize influence of peer relationships.
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Learning Objective: Students will clarify process, roles, and function of friendship.
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Learning Objective: Students will create and sustain positive social relationships.
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Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate active listening skills.
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Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate conflict resolution skills.
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Learning Objective: Students will distinguish between positive friendships which promote growth and helpful habits and negative friendships which limit or negatively influence.
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Learning Objective: Students will engage in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners to understand different cultures and how they contribute to the school community.
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Learning Objective: Students will exhibit communication skills with peers.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain how word choice and tone can foster misunderstanding and conflict.
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Learning Objective: Students will express emotions during social interactions in ways that foster equanimity.
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Learning Objective: Students will follow agreed upon rules for problem solving
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Learning Objective: Students will give compliments.
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Learning Objective: Students will give examples of how to develop and maintain a positive mindset.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify real-life connections between friendly and helpful people to create positive and supportive relationships with other students.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify school opportunities for building positive relationships with students (or adults).
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Learning Objective: Students will illustrate peer influences/pressure.
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Learning Objective: Students will infer how interests and skills might lead to connections with other students.
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Learning Objective: Students will initiate, sustain, and end conversations respectfully with peers.
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Learning Objective: Students will list the skills needed to make friends.
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Learning Objective: Students will name common/expected social mores and manners.
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Learning Objective: Students will negotiate and resolve conflicts with friends.
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Learning Objective: Students will order personally preferred traits/qualities of a good friend.
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Learning Objective: Students will participate in relevant student groups or extracurricular activities, based on personal skills, talents, and interests.
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Learning Objective: Students will recognize and interpret verbal and nonverbal social cues.
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Learning Objective: Students will seek support when needed.
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Learning Objective: Students will share materials, time, attention, and choice with others.
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Learning Objective: Students will state own preferences for social interactions and relationships, including time spent (alone and/or with others) and the types of interactions (group size, content, location, timing, etc.
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Learning Objective: Students will summarize how to maintain positive relationships.
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Learning Objective: Students will accept corrective feedback.
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Learning Objective: Students will acknowledge others? values.
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Learning Objective: Students will advocate for own needs.
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Learning Objective: Students will classify behaviors as within or outside of healthy boundaries.
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Learning Objective: Students will defend an opinion following rules of healthy debate.
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Learning Objective: Students will define parameters and behaviors for engaging with adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate respectful communication skills with adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will determine the best times to seek help from a teacher.
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Learning Objective: Students will engage with supportive adults within established boundaries.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain how to seek a second chance following a personal mistake.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain the challenges of honest communication.
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Learning Objective: Students will express feelings with words.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify adults on campus and understand their roles.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify supportive adults in various settings (home, school, community).
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Learning Objective: Students will illustrate how connections to school adults support educational endeavors.
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Learning Objective: Students will incorporate feedback from school adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will initiate, sustain, and end conversations appropriately and effectively with adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will integrate corrective feedback.
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Learning Objective: Students will interpret verbal social cues of adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will interpret nonverbal social cues of adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will list benefits of communicating personal stories, needs/wants, etc.
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Learning Objective: Students will listen with emotional control to constructive feedback from adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will model best voice tone, sound, or delivery when talking with an adult.
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Learning Objective: Students will monitor voice tone and volume of others in conversation.
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Learning Objective: Students will name healthy boundaries in relationships with adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will rehearse self-soothing strategies that enable emotional maturity.
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Learning Objective: Students will regulate emotions during social interactions with adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will script a message to request remediation or extra credit from a teacher.
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Learning Objective: Students will seek help or support from adults in various settings (home, school, community).
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Learning Objective: Students will suggest three strategies for building a positive relationship with school adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will act on identified needs and concerns of others.
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Learning Objective: Students will build a feelings vocabulary commensurate with developmental level.
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Learning Objective: Students will classify responses to a traumatic story as helpful, neutral, unhelpful.
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Learning Objective: Students will convey sensitivity for needs and concerns of others.
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Learning Objective: Students will define the complexities of emotions (types, expressions, intensities, how/when may occur, etc.)
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Learning Objective: Students will define patience and explain its benefits.
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Learning Objective: Students will outline what humans need to live and thrive.
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Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate active listening skills.
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Learning Objective: Students will develop own personal narrative of how they have experienced school/world/life.
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Learning Objective: Students will employ self-soothing strategies in moments of conflict (discomfort, stress, worry, etc.)
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Learning Objective: Students will explain the fluidity of thoughts and emotions, which may vary quickly over a short period of time.
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Learning Objective: Students will express feelings with words.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify active listening processes.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify common problems encountered by students in their age group/grade level (anxiety, emotional dysregulation, worries, fears, relationship concerns, etc.)
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Learning Objective: Students will illustrate how one?s own behaviors and words impact others.
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Learning Objective: Students will indicate the connections between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
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Learning Objective: Students will interpret verbal social cues.
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Learning Objective: Students will interpret nonverbal social cues.
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Learning Objective: Students will investigate the stories, opinions, perspectives, and experiences of others.
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Learning Objective: Students will name the steps of effective conflict mediation.
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Learning Objective: Students will paraphrase another?s experience accurately.
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Learning Objective: Students will participate in school-sponsored altruistic projects.
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Learning Objective: Students will pause five ? ten seconds before responding to someone?s opinion/story/idea/suggestion.
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Learning Objective: Students will provide service-learning activities.
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Learning Objective: Students will recognize and interpret body language and facial expressions.
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Learning Objective: Students will recognize and name feelings in self and others.
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Learning Objective: Students will solve conflicts peacefully.
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Learning Objective: Students will summarize and/or paraphrase perspectives of others.
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Learning Objective: Students will summarize the connections between thoughts and emotions.
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Learning Objective: Students will write responses to a traumatic event.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze prevalent issues that are occurring in their own community, country, and world.
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Learning Objective: Students will ascertain the primary problem from proposed scenarios.
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Learning Objective: Students will brainstorm three to five possible solutions to stated problems.
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Learning Objective: Students will categorize effectiveness and ineffectiveness in own problem-solving methods.
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Learning Objective: Students will categorize positive and negative uses for social media.
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Learning Objective: Students will classify possible solutions as unhealthy/inappropriate, neutral, or healthy/appropriate.
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Learning Objective: Students will connect school/class attendance to school success.
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Learning Objective: Students will create a personal standard of ethical conduct.
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Learning Objective: Students will create a rubric for evaluating information resources.
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Learning Objective: Students will critique common rules and values for what is right/wrong or acceptable/unacceptable.
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Learning Objective: Students will debate the benefits and dangers of technology.
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Learning Objective: Students will define social responsibility.
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Learning Objective: Students will delineate steps of an effective decision-making model.
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Learning Objective: Students will describe how they can prevent/stop a rumor from spreading.
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Learning Objective: Students will distinguish multiple perspectives within a given event or circumstance.
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Learning Objective: Students will engage in safe and productive ways to use technology for educational purposes.
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Learning Objective: Students will establish criteria for selecting a solution or course of action from a brainstormed list.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain ethical behavior.
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Learning Objective: Students will formulate ways to contribute to society (volunteering, service-learning, etc.)
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Learning Objective: Students will gather information to make informed decisions.
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Learning Objective: Students will generate a list of resources which provide accurate and complete information.
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Learning Objective: Students will give examples of the impact of rumors.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify rumors.
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Learning Objective: Students will illustrate how one?s actions impact others.
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Learning Objective: Students will implement a decision-making model.
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Learning Objective: Students will list processes and rules for respectful debate.
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Learning Objective: Students will model a reasoned response to conflict.
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Learning Objective: Students will outline an ethical decision-making model.
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Learning Objective: Students will review recent decisions for effectiveness.
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Learning Objective: Students will seek assistance when confronted with dangerous situations or unhealthy behaviors.
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Learning Objective: Students will acknowledge skills, knowledge, creativity, and contributions of others in a group.
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Learning Objective: Students will appraise priorities within a problem area or issue.
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Learning Objective: Students will ask clarifying questions.
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Learning Objective: Students will build consensus.
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Learning Objective: Students will collaborate on large projects or endeavors.
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Learning Objective: Students will construct rules for respectful dialogue and debate.
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Learning Objective: Students will contribute to group projects.
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Learning Objective: Students will cooperate with classmates in group endeavors.
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Learning Objective: Students will define problems with clarity and respect.
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Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate how to find solutions to conflicts when working collaboratively with a partner who has a differing opinion.
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Learning Objective: Students will describe individuals in a scenario.
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Learning Objective: Students will describe the process, purpose, and benefits of collaboration and cooperation.
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Learning Objective: Students will determine when and if collaboration and/or cooperation is appropriate.
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Learning Objective: Students will distinguish the language of praise and encouragement.
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Learning Objective: Students will engage and contribute to collaborative processes/groups.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain problems without blaming or threatening.
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Learning Objective: Students will express own ideas, suggestions, and opinions.
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Learning Objective: Students will incorporate constructive feedback.
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Learning Objective: Students will initiate, sustain, and end conversations with others.
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Learning Objective: Students will interpret verbal and nonverbal social cues.
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Learning Objective: Students will iterate connections among multiple ideas, opinions and suggestions offered.
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Learning Objective: Students will list the underlying skills needed to cooperate and/or collaborate.
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Learning Objective: Students will listen effectively.
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Learning Objective: Students will negotiate and compromise in group settings.
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Learning Objective: Students will organize the focus and work of group projects.
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Learning Objective: Students will paraphrase perspectives of others.
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Learning Objective: Students will state feedback for ideas, suggestions, and opinions.
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Learning Objective: Students will state personal opinions, knowledge, and/or experiences.
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Learning Objective: Students will summarize and/or paraphrase perspectives of others.
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Learning Objective: Students will support the group decisions.
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Learning Objective: Students will articulate a vision for a specific project or task to be completed by a group.
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Learning Objective: Students will characterize various roles with a working group.
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Learning Objective: Students will create a visual map for the completion of a group project, identifying and assigning all roles and responsibilities of group members.
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Learning Objective: Students will create rules for debate.
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Learning Objective: Students will define the underlying skills needed to be an effective leader.
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Learning Objective: Students will define various roles within group work.
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Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate teamwork.
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Learning Objective: Students will describe group stages.
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Learning Objective: Students will determine when to lead and when to follow as a group member.
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Learning Objective: Students will develop strategies to ensure completion of the group task or project.
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Learning Objective: Students will engage in a range of collaborative discussions with diverse partners on how to promote citizenship in school, at home and within the community.
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Learning Objective: Students will establish ground rules for the exchange of ideas and opinions within a task group.
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Learning Objective: Students will establish rules/guidelines for communicating ideas.
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Learning Objective: Students will execute various roles with a group or team effectively.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain the benefits of a team with diverse membership.
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Learning Objective: Students will facilitate involvement of all group members toward task/project completion.
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Learning Objective: Students will formulate persuasive arguments for the purpose or final product of a group.
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Learning Objective: Students will give examples of leadership roles and skills.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify individuals who have made unrecognized, unacknowledged, or unpublicized contributions in a specific field (science, writing, art, music, math, literature, etc.)
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Learning Objective: Students will identify personal contributions to a team process.
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Learning Objective: Students will implement conflict resolution techniques/steps within groups.
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Learning Objective: Students will list group processes.
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Learning Objective: Students will name personal strengths that link to leadership.
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Learning Objective: Students will name the underlying skills needed to be an effective member of a group.
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Learning Objective: Students will notice and name contributions of diverse members of a team.
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Learning Objective: Students will organize group work to ensure contributions of all members.
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Learning Objective: Students will outline a process for reaching consensus within a group.
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Learning Objective: Students will participate in groups/teams in a variety of settings.
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Learning Objective: Students will revise plans and processes as needed based on group membership input.
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Learning Objective: Students will understand the complex constellation of strengths and challenges that comprise heroes, famous individuals, historical figures, etc.
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Learning Objective: Students will build vocabulary for various emotions commensurate with developmental level.
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Learning Objective: Students will clarify a specific issue/concern/problem that is creating barriers or limits for a specific population of students.
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Learning Objective: Students will craft a logical argument on behalf of self/others to address an identified issue/concern/problem.
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Learning Objective: Students will determine a long-term (or short-term) goal and a plan for reaching it.
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Learning Objective: Students will devise a plan for gathering reliable and accurate information around an identified issue/concern/problem.
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Learning Objective: Students will differentiate between being assertive and aggressive.
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Learning Objective: Students will enumerate specific skills associated with persuasion.
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Learning Objective: Students will establish boundaries for courageous conversations.
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Learning Objective: Students will execute goal plans.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain how self-advocacy contributes to one?s own (or others?) success.
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Learning Objective: Students will explain the role of relationships in advocacy.
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Learning Objective: Students will formulate an assertive statement to advocate for yourself or someone else when necessary.
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Learning Objective: Students will give examples of persistence through barriers/challenges to reaching goals.
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Learning Objective: Students will give examples of personal ideas and contributions to individuals, groups, and/or classes.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify individuals who can authorize or generate change around the identified issue/concern/problem.
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Learning Objective: Students will identify others who will support, listen to, and help them in advocacy work.
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Learning Objective: Students will illustrate the interplay between personal needs/wants, the needs/wants of other individuals, and the needs/wants of the community.
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Learning Objective: Students will implement a step-by-step approach for responding to teasing and/or bullying behaviors.
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Learning Objective: Students will know when to ask for help.
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Learning Objective: Students will list personal strengths and challenges.
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Learning Objective: Students will list respectful communication skills and guidelines.
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Learning Objective: Students will locate assistance when confronted with dangerous situations or unhealthy behaviors.
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Learning Objective: Students will map a multi-layered advocacy plan around a systemic issue/concern/problem.
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Learning Objective: Students will name standard social rules/guidelines for respectful debate.
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Learning Objective: Students will name ways in which they can use personal strengths to support personal challenges.
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Learning Objective: Students will outline specific impact of the identified issue/concern/problem.
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Learning Objective: Students will recognize personal needs and wants and be able to distinguish between them.
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Learning Objective: Students will script a public service announcement that provides information and motivation to act around a specific issue/concern/problem.
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Learning Objective: Students will teach others how to ask for help.
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Learning Objective: Students will analyze the triggers in a scenario that explain the conflict between two or more individuals.
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Learning Objective: Students will clarify personal ideas and perceptions in a discussion.
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Learning Objective: Students will elucidate the connection between current behavior and ultimate outcomes.
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Learning Objective: Students will complete promises and commitments.
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Learning Objective: Students will create a strategy to resolve the conflict between two or more individuals as described in each scenario.
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Learning Objective: Students will create social connections with peers and adults.
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Learning Objective: Students will critique social problems and the varying perspectives associated with each.
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Learning Objective: Students will define responsibility for own actions and behaviors.
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Learning Objective: Students will characterize the complexities of effective communication.
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Learning Objective: Students will determine the meaning of words and phrases that may trigger anger.
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Learning Objective: Students will develop solutions in response to stressful situations or events.
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