Teen Issues -Sex and Relationships: Colorcards (Colorcards)

Teen Issues -Sex and Relationships: Colorcards (Colorcards)

By: Speechmark (author)

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Description

36 full colour A5 discussion cards illustrating a multitude of relationships. Relationships come in many guises, presenting exciting and challenging times in equal measure. This set of cards considers a wide range of different types of relationships that may be encountered and have been grouped so as to help identify associated issues for discussion: family connections; non-family relationships; relationship events; communication in relationships; and Personal identity. The accompanying booklet details how the images could be used within this framework, as well as providing two sample questionnaires and a series of discussion points. Subjects illustrated on the cards include: Parental relationships; Bullying; Jealousy; Lovesickness; Cyber-bullying; and Online dating. The cards can be used for one to one discussions to tackle individual concerns or within PHSE lessons to highlight and inform on specific issues relevant to the curriculum. Age: Secondary. Contents: 36 A5 cards; accompanying booklet detailing ways to use the cards, boxed.

About Author

Produced by Speechmark, ColorCards(R) are a hugely adaptable teaching tool designed to help develop both language and social skills. Real objects, people, situations and activities are shown on the photographs to provide you with creative and highly visual resources.

Contents

36 A5 cards + booklet Boxed ISBN 978-1-9093-0110-8 Order Code D11-001-5945 GBP39.99 + VAT

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781909301108
  • Number Of Pages: 36
  • ID: 9781909301108
  • weight: 574
  • ISBN10: 1909301108

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