Secret Social Spy Academy. Parent Workshop 2013 Afternoon Session 2, Week 2. Adolecent Group: (Ms. Erhart/Pacha) Continue Zones of Regulation & Crime Time Thought bubbles Lies Friendship Unit Continue to discriminate between f Friend and DNEIRF Continue Friendship PEER-A-MID
Parent Workshop 2013
Afternoon Session 2, Week 2
Transition Group: (Ms. Coppla)
Continue Big/Medium/Small Problems, Smart/Wacky Guesses, & Zones of Regulation, Reading someone’s Plan
Jr. Crime time- Learning to solve problems
Continuing to discriminate between friend and non friend (DNEIRF)
Role playing expected/unexpected friendship behaviors
Rob and Kate were going to play a video. Rob had the remote control. Kate got mad and
yelled , “Give it to me NOW! I WANT to go first!”
“Give it to me NOW! I WANT to go first!”
WHAT SIZE WAS ’s KATE’S REACTION?
What is the actual level of the problem?
A lie that is told to avoid hurting someone else’s feelings.
It is a partial lie and it does not hurt people. This type of lie
usually does not have consequences.
A lie that is told to be funny or sarcastic . This type of lie
does not hurt people. This type of lie has moderate
A lie that is told to hurt people (blatant lie). This type of
lie has severe consequences.
I think your hair looks cool!
I didn’t take your toy.
“Uh…yeah mom, this looks yummy”
Your friend Tom asks you if you like his new shirt. You think it is pretty ugly.
Your Uncle Joe is singing a song and his voice sounds terrible. He asks you what
Your friend gets a new hairstyle and asks you what you think.
What do you think about my
Get a haircut.
I love the color!
It is totally
“Doesn’t this look
It is totally burnt!
No way am I eating that Aunt Beth.
Looks great, thanks Aunt Beth.
You did that on purpose!!!!
“OOPS!!! Sorry Kathy, I wasn’t looking where I was going”
TYPE 1: IDIOMS
Idioms are words, phrases, or expressions that cannot be taken literally. In other words, when used in everyday language, they have a meaning other than the basic one you would find in the dictionary.
TYPE 1: IDIOMS
“Break a Leg”
TYPE 2: SLANG
(sometimes referred to as a type of idiom)
An informal use of vocabulary
A kind of language occurring in casual and playful speech, deliberately used in place of standard terms for added humor.
TYPE 2: Slang
Relax, take it easy
like goin’ fishin’. We want to think about
I got an A+ on my test! I am so excited! I didn’t even study for it. What did you get?
Bait and Brag
Bait and Lie
Bait and Support
Bait and Get
Keepin study for it. What did you get? ‘em Hooked
be interested in or a topic you know both of
you like to talk about.
(Think of a topic you think your partner is interested in and write it
it in the first box. Then place a “hook” picture in the second box
for each hook you make.)
Magnet Communication study for it. What did you get?
ATTRACT people in a conversation
REPEL people in a
Being critical or negative
Being TOO sarcastic
Mean tone and attitude
Saying “nothing” as a response
Rolling your eyes
Being too serious all the time
Timing of humor
Repeating what everyone says
Talking about only what YOU want to talk about.
Read the fact and determine who the friend fact belongs to. Some might have more than one choice if people have something in common.