BEHAVIOUR CAR BOOKLET

BEHAVIOUR CAR BOOKLET
3/30/2010
BEHAVIOUR CAR
Created by Cindy Lévesque & Karine Rioux
clevesque@pembinatrails.ca
clevesque@pembinatrails.ca; krioux@pembinatails.ca
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1. Introduction
2. Sorting Activity : 4 Wheels
3. With a partner, find how the part of a car relates to our
behaviour
4. Songs
5. Learning Centers (Choices)
a. Pin the Car
b. Build a Car
c. Mystery Word
d. Board Games
6. Summary
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The activities are based on Dr. William Glasser and Diane Gossen.
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Introduction
• the only person tha twe can control is ourself
• Other people cannot make you do things
or make you react a certain way
• Other people cannot make you feel a
Unhappy people
evaluate others…
Happy people
evaluate themselves.
certain way
- Dr. William
Glasser
• You react to what others say or do
• We choose how we react
Self Esteem Activity
Have a studetn sit on a chair holding a blank piece of
paper. Ask students to provide examples of insults,
put downs, etc. they might hear from their peer
group. Each time they throw out a comment, rip a
The paper
represents
the child’s
self esteem,
but don’t say
it yet.
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piece off the paper. After a huge chunk of the original paper is
missing, hand it back to the student, saying: “Here’s what’s left
of your self esteem (back wheels) if you don
don’t
’t have any
strategies to think and act positively (front wheels)”.
Now ask: “Who would like to learn how to come to school each
day and leave with his or her self esteem intact (living on your
front wheels rather than with the back ones)?”
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Sorting Activity
Introduction
Choose 5 chairs, accompanied by the same number of
students.
back
wheels
front
wheels
driver
Each child
holds a
steering
wheels. We
can you
covers from
ice cream
pails.The
driver is the
only one
who has the
car key.
actions
physiology
driver
thoughts
emotions
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Write on flash cards :
The car symbolizes
1. The car is a way to imagine our total
our total
behaviour.
behaviour or our
2. A real car is driven with 4 wheels, all at
perception of life.
once.
3. All components of our behaviour
In order to
engage students,
function simultaneously
simultaneously.
we can distribute
4. Our physiology, emotions, thoughts and
the descriptive
actions
ns all take place at the same time.
cards
rds explaning
5. Cars and people work be
best when they
the behaviour
car. Each of the
are in balance.
10 sentences on
6. The frontt wheels control the back ones.
the left in on one
7. Like a car, we have more control over
cue card read in
our front
ront wheels than our back ones.
order.
8. With a flat tire, we cannot drive
our car or our life.
9. Our 4 wheels are always
The power comes
realigning while we evaluate our
from the four
four
ur components of our
cylinders.
behaviour.
10.
We think or do something to
get back on our front wheels.
Label the four wheels as seen on the
next page. The teacher then proposes
two scenarios as seen on the following
page in order to explain the
differences between the four wheels.
For example:
We make sure that all
cylinders are
functionning.
functionning
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1. A student’s dog dies.
2. A student forgets his lunch at home.
3. A student arrives at school without having had breakfast
and will need to write a Math exam right before lunch time.
Based on each scenairo, the teacher asks four students to sit in 4
chairs representing the wheels as each one of the will represent a
part of the brain. The teacher asks each student representing a
wheel to describe what is going on with their wheel. The wheels
represent physiology (the body), emotions,
thinking and actions. The teacher can choose
For younger
to start off with the back wheels, following
children, we use the
with the front ones.
We then ask the driver to summarize
anything that was missing.
word ‘’body’’
instead of
‘’physiology’’.
We then invite each student representing a
wheel to express how they would like to feel
based on the scenario.
Finaly, we sumarize that the driver is in complete charge of his
total behaviour (the four wheels).
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Laugh
talk
Argue
danse
Internal dialogue
Pictures relatedd to the
student
Run
Pout
Messages we gi ve our
brain
Fight
Walk
These characteristics
are written behind
each wheel.
Tight jaw
Frustrated
excluded
Difficulty breathing
Frightened
anxious
Stiff neck
Sad
angry
Teeth grinding
Mad
Headache
Embarassed
Fast heartbeat
abandoned
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Some scenarios: Feelings
I feel angry
when my
parents don't
listen to me.
I feel sad
when you put
me down.
I feel
frightened
when I watch
a horror
movie.
I feel happy
when I have
time for
myself.
I feel nervous
when I speak
in front of the
class.
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Quelques scenarios: Physiology, The Body
I have a
headache.
I have a
sore back.
I have
stomach
ache.
My knees
are
shaking.
My hands
are
sweaty.
My heart
is beating
quickly.
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Quelques scenarios: Thinking
Nobody likes
me. I don't
have any
friends.
How many
more weeks
before I have
I can win this
game!
It's hard, but
I can do it!
I wonder
who will be
at the dance
this Friday.
Quelques scenarios: Les actions
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The activities are based on Dr. William Glasser and Diane Gossen.
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Je cours
autour de la
piste.
Je parle à
mon ami
pendant la
pause.
Je fais bondir
le ballon au
gymnase.
Je monte les
escaliers pour
me rendre à
ma classe.
J'écris un test
de maths à
10h25.
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The activities are based on Dr. William Glasser and Diane Gossen.
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L’auto de comportement
Titre : Activité de triage
Directives: Découpez et triez les phrases selon les 4 roues de
l’auto de comportement. Vérifiez vos réponses avec la fiche
d’auto-évaluation.
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The activities are based on Dr. William Glasser and Diane Gossen.
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Activité : Trouve ton partenaire
Matériaux
Il se peut que certains
élèves aient 2 à 3 paires
de cartes, selon le nombre
d’élèves dans la classe.
Chaque élève de moitié de la
classe aura une carte avec une
image, tandis que les autres
auront une carte ne comprenant
que de l’écriture. On se sert du
même nombre de paires de
cartes que de paires d’élèves.
Directives
Les cartes seront dispersées devant la salle
de classe. À travers
un signal prédéterminé, chaque participant
choisira une carte et trouvera son partenaire
par la suite. Donc, chaque élève ayant
choisi une carte avec une image trouvera
un partenaire ayant une carte sans image.
Les cartes avec les images représentent une
pièce de l’auto, tandis que celles sans
images démontrent comment la pièce de
l’auto se relie à notre comportement.
Se ne sont que
Comme
omme
option,
n, on
peut remettre
une petite
collation ou
un symbole au
fur et à
mesure que
les
partenaires se
retrouvent.
les adultes qui ont accès aux
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réponses. Les élèves vérifient leurs répliquent avec les
enseignantes. Avec une grande classe, il devient pratique de
demander aux partenaires de s’asseoir devant la salle tout en
attendant l’enseignante de vérifier leurs répliques. C’est ainsi
que l’on reconnaît que les gens assis ont terminés et celles qui
sont debout cherchent toujours leurs partenaires.
Les réponses
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Qui mène l’auto?
les clefs
Ralentis tes pensées.
les freins
L’indicateur
de
température
sont tes déclencheurs de
colère.
te mène vers la direction
de ce que tu veux.
Le volant
L’essence
Combien d’énergie as-tu?
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The activities are based on Dr. William Glasser and Diane Gossen.
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L’air climatisé
As-tu
tu une façon pour te
calmer quand tu es
fâché?
Le pare-choc
t’aide à rester dans ton
espace personnel
le
rétroviseur
Arrête
rrête de parler du passé
et de regarder en arrière.
la plaque
d’immatriculation
ton identité… Qui es-tu?
es
les messages qui jouent
dans ton cerveau
la radio
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The activities are based on Dr. William Glasser and Diane Gossen.
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