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Empathy and Social Competence Training: Prepare Curriculum Implementation Guide
Sara J. Salmon | Mark Amendola and Robert Oliver, series editors
Research Press / Softcover / 2015-03-01 / 0878226788
Infant, Child & Adolescent
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178 pages
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Edited by Mark Amendola and Robert Oliver, this and other Prepare Curriculum Implementation Guides are intended to further Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein’s seminal work, The Prepare Curriculum: Teaching Prosocial Competencies. In conjunction with Dr. Goldstein’s Prepare Curriculum, the guides describe and give direction to the continued expansion of Prepare methods, offering practitioners coherent, evidence-based approaches for enhancing the social, emotional, and decision-making abilities of adolescents and younger children.


Foreword by Larry K. Brendtro
Preface by Mark Amendola and Robert Oliver
Introduction: About the Prepare Curriculum by Clive R. Hollin
Part 1: Theoretical Foundation and Program Overview
Part 2: Empathy and Social Competence Training Lessons
Lesson 1: The Problem Situation
Lesson 2: What Is Empathy?
Lesson 3: Attending and Nonattending Behavior
Lesson 4: Identifying Your Feelings
Lesson 5: Ten Years from Now
Lesson 6: Increasing Feelings Vocabulary
Lesson 7: Range of Feelings
Lesson 8: Introduction to HEARS
Lesson 9: The “H” of HEARS: Hold the Correct Posture
Lesson 10: The “E” of HEARS: Eye Contact
Lesson 11: The “A” of HEARS: Assess the Person’s Feelings Correctly—Part 1
Lesson 12: The “A” of HEARS: Assess the Person’s Feelings Correctly—Part 2
Lesson 13: The “R” of HEARS: Respond with Your Face Appropriately
Lesson 14: The “S” of HEARS: Say the Person’s Feelings in Your Own Words—Part 1
Lesson 15: The “S” of HEARS: Say the Person’s Feelings in Your Own Words—Part 2
Lesson 16: Practicing the HEARS Model
Lesson 17: “I” Statements
Lesson 18: Trust Accounts
Appendix: Empathy and Social Competence Training Fidelity Form

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