Do you have a middle school child or set of students dealing with anger issues? Do you wish to find an enjoyable method to help your child or students gain control over their anger? Are you a middle school student, a concerned parent, a middle school teacher, or a guidance counselor looking for answers? In this article, you will find a ten-step lesson plan that can go a long way toward helping you reach that goal.
One of the ways young people learn about character education, conflict resolution strategies, and anti-bullying processes is to try them on for size. Through the use of engaging stories and fun role-plays about realistic middle school students, young people start to incorporate the concepts taught in each lesson.
This lesson is totally self-contained. You get all ten steps plus teaching posters and a role-play download – all for FREE. Everything you need is there for you simply by clicking on the links. Feel free to copy and paste them into your computer so that you can use them with your child or your classroom students.
There are three fictional seventh-grade students named Bruce, Greg, and Tim. They are based on actual middle school students dealing with real issues.
What is this story about?
This story demonstrates that it is not appropriate to make threats or promises to administer bodily harm at school. The action of making threats or pulling pranks can often backfire as it did for Greg, Tim, and Bruce in this story called “Pranks, Idle Threats, and Promises.”
This story scenario will help you teach about anger triggers, anger cues, and anger management techniques.
Click the list to get access to all ten parts of this enjoyable middle school story, role-play, and lesson plan.