Review of Social Thinking

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Review of Social Thinking
THINKING ABOUT HOW OTHERS ARE
THINKING ABOUT YOU
Expected and Unexpected Behaviors
 Doing what is expected makes people feel safe,
good, and happy
 Doing what is unexpected makes people feel
unhappy, confused, or maybe scared
Expected vs. Unexpected Behaviors
 Clip- Boy Meets World, Teacher’s Bet 2.30- 4.01
Expected Behaviors
Unexpected Behaviors
Good thoughts & Weird thoughts
 Each of us can make people have good thoughts
and weird thoughts about us by the way we behave
 But when others have too many weird thoughts
about us, they may think that we are not fun, safe, or
easy to play or work with
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDJJWHcjylY
(eric’s happy dance)
Good thoughts/
Weird thoughts
- Not all weird
thoughts are
negative or a bad
thing, can be
funny
Social Behavior Map
What
How it
________
you
experience
How it
Social Behavior Map
What you say or
do
How it makes
Others Feel
Consequences
you experience
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2kouzzbxg- Bert and Ernie Clip
How it make
you feel
Social Behavior Map
What you say or
do
How it makes
Others Feel
Complete SBM for each clip- Erika and
Caitlin clips (13 & 14 photo booth)
Consequences
you experience
How it make
you feel
Big Bang Theory- Bat Jar
0-2.08; 3.02-4.18)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
pAyFcVTjwlY
FBI- ESP
 Clip: Sheldon
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2hIIvF5gJI
 Thought bubbles for what Penny is thinking about
Sheldon’s reaction to her sitting in his spot
FBI-ESP
 Feel it Big on the Inside- Express it Small when in
Public
- Why is it important in life to express it small?
• Clips:
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVADyXM2f_A
(0-1.46) (Enchanted- Angry)
Show me you know FBI-ESP
• On your piece of paper:
- Two reasons why it’s important to FBI-ESP
- A drawing to illustrate your understanding of FBI-
ESP
- OR
- One situation you have experienced where you Felt it
Big but Expressed it Small or you should have FBIESP
FBI-ESP
GET READY
DO
DONE
Story Grammar Marker- “Braidy”
 Tell me a story using the SGM about something you
did in the past
- Something that happened yesterday/last night
- Something you did over the weekend
- Something you did over the summer
* I want to see you tell me a clear, organized story that
has a beginning, a middle, and an end
Respect
What does respect mean?
- Treating people the way you want to be
treated
Do you need to treat people with respect even when
you are upset or frustrated?
- Yes, it is always expected that you treat people with
respect
Bullying
 Write down what definition for bullying and what it
looks like to you
 Bullying is unfair and one-sided. It happens
when someone keeps hurting, frightening,
threatening, or leaving someone out on purpose.
To recognize bullying, ask:
 Is it fair?
 Is it one-sided? Is one person trying to hurt someone
who is not trying to hurt back?
 Is someone using power in a hurtful way?
 How does it feel? Does the situation feel bad or
uncomfortable? Are there any hurt feelings?
Examples of how others may use power in a
hurtful way
 A girl has an electronic game that many students
are interested in, but she will only let certain people
play with it.
- The girl controls who uses the game to gain power
over the others.
 A boy says, “You can’t play with us because you’re
not in our club.”
- Being part of a club gives the students in it power
over others who want to join
Bullying- using power
 People may get their power from:
- Having games (or other things)
- Having certain friends or more friends
- Being bigger or older
- More popular than someone else
None of these things are bad, unless they are used to
try to hurt or control others.
When a person tries to hurt or control others
using these things, then that person is
bullying.
Clip- Bullying
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9q2vrY6NsSQ
(0- 1.17 Boy Meets World)
 Where do you see bullying?
 What power is the bully using?
What are the consequences for bullying?
 Minor consequences:
- People think you are mean
- People don’t like to be around you
- You hurt people’s feelings
 Serious consequences:
- Loss of points/ cash-in
- Get a reputation for being a bully
- Notify your parents and Directors here at Milestones
Bullying
What you do
How it makes
others feel
Consequences
based on how
others feel
How you feel
about the
consequences
received
1-5 Scale
 Complete worksheet- provide 2 examples for each level
of the problem
Why is it important to know the level of the problem?
 It’s important to figure out how big a problem is because
if you over-react, others feel awkward, uncomfortable, or
annoyed
 How much emotion should we let out when you are upset
and how much much is supposed to stay in?
What are you thinking about this person?
 http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/2403831/the-
last-oreo-on-earth
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g-d0f6i3KE
(4.52- 7:54- Boy meets world pilot)
What’s the appropriate reaction based on the
level of the problem?
 Using your 1-5 scale problem- pick one and
determine the appropriate reaction
 Complete worksheet with reaction
 Look at comics

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