TEENS—MANAGING LIFE’S EXPECTATIONS
Transitional Life Skills for Teens
By Ester R.A. Leutenberg and Carol Butler Cooper. Forty-nine lift-out lessons help teens learn how to manage the expectations they have of themselves and others, as well as unrealistic expectations that others may have of them. Lessons encourage teens to develop decision-making skills, empathy, resilience, and responsibility as they address the expectations of caregivers, peers, and romantic partners; expectations at school and work; and expectations generated by the media. The handout-driven activities give students ample opportunities for reflection while detailed instruction pages help facilitators make the most of each lesson. Supplemental cards supply quick discussion starters corresponding to each activity. Spiralbound. 8½" x 11". Whole Person. 136 pages. ©2017.
This title is part of the series: TEENS—MANAGING LIFE'S EXPECTATIONS