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4th Grade 2nd Step Assessment
End of the Year Assessment
When you have empathy for people, you
Notice how they are feeling
Listen with attention to what they are saying
Tell them how they should feel
Try to understand their point of view
Select the best example of being assertive when someone cuts in front of you in line:
Hey, get out of the way!
Oh... I don't know, but I think I was in front of you, maybe...
Who do you think you are- the king of the world?
It is not okay to cut in front of me. The end of the line is back there.
What are some things you can do to keep a conversation going?
Listen to him with attention when he is talking.
Face him when you are talking to him.
Use friendly, respectful, sincere words and tone of voice
ask more questions to keep the conversation going
What is a compassionate thing you can do for Jill?
Ignore her and hope she feels better soon.
Tell her you are sorry her sister is not coming for a visit and invite her over to your house to watch a movie.
Look at her very sadly.
Wish that she felt better.
You experience strong emotions only in your body.
Select the first two things you should do to begin to calm down.
Stop- use your signal
Name your feeling
What can you do to calm down?
Call the kid a cheater, and make sure everyone hears you.
Count to 10
Tell yourself to chill and that maybe he doesn't know the rules
When you feel anxious it is good to:
Clench your teeth
Use self talk to tell yourself that it will be okay
Talk to a grown up
Which one is not a problem solving step?
D: Decide who is to blame
T: Think of solutions
P: Pick the best solution
E: Explore the consequences
You have a problem. How do you say it without blame?
Jessie and Alex are hogging the tetherball, and they need to let us play now.
It's our turn, so we are going to play tetherball. We don't care what Jessie and Alex think.
We all want to play tetherball at the same time, and there is just one tetherball.
Jessie and Alex always get to do what they want and it's not fair.
What is the assertive thing to say to your friend?
No, I don't want to do that
I need to think about it
If you want to, go ahead. That is fine with me.
Do you think we will get in trouble?
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