Published October 1991
by Educational Media Corporation .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
This workbook presents activities for training middle school student peer listeners. The first of the workbook's 10 chapters contains an introduction to peer listening. Activities include a pretest on a series of true-false statements called the "Peer Listening Inventory," defining the meaning of the words that describe the qualities of a peer Author: Sandra Peyser Hazouri, Miriam Frey Smith. If you would like more information about providing positive peer learning connections at the middle and high school level, or want to know about all eight interventions that are adolescent brain-friendly, get my book The Power of the Adolescent Brain, available through Amazon or other online sources including the publisher ASCD. You can also. If you're the parent of a middle school student, odds are that you'll be using advice found in this book within 12 hours of reading it. It's not wishy-washy like some parenting books are. It gets right down to the nitty gritty and gives you concrete solutions that leave your child feeling respected while you retain your authority as a parent/5(64). Peer Pressure. Peer pressure is a normal part of growing up. As friends gain importance in. adolescents’ lives, they also gain influence over behaviors in positive and negative ways. These activities will help your students learn to recognize and respond to positive and negative peer pressure. Related KidsHealth Links. Articles for Teens.
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