Discover activities that help teens truly process key social emotional learning concepts. Great for high school health and wellness classes, these SEL activities use our Truth Be Told quotes along with a variety of learning strategies to help teens understand health and wellness topics including healthy decision making, reducing risk, communication skills, positive interpersonal relationships, self awareness, acceptance and inclusion, responsibility and more.
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Healthy Choices, Reducing Risk, EmotionsObjective:
This worksheet activity helps teens make the emotional connection between choices and consequences. Scenarios help students think through the near-term and long-term emotional impact of their choices.
Making Healthy Choices / Reducing Risk, Goal Setting, Empowerment, Self-Awareness, ResponsibilityObjective:
This teen social emotional learning activity helps students link goal setting with choices and consequences. The worksheet helps students see that sometimes the tasks we have to do in order to reach our goals aren't fun, but it's a little easier when we focus on the positive outcome / consequences of persevering.
Making Healthy Choices / Reducing Risk, Responsibility, Managing InfluencesObjective:
This high school social emotional learning activity connects choices with consequences. Teens create a movie scene that shows what happens when someone makes all good choices or all bad choices. Students can have characters follow a path of bad judgement and see how it turns out, or follow a path of good choices that results in positive consequences.
Goal Setting, Health Decision Making, Self Awareness, Growth MindsetObjective:
Teens identify career paths by analyzing their own interests, abilities, and work ethic. In Step 2, students set goals and list steps they can take now to help them on their desired path.
Communication Skills, Setting Boundaries, Positive Interpersonal Relationships, Conflict ResolutionObjective:
This activity presents teens with scenarios that will help them define healthy ways of communicating during a conflict. The activity guides high school students to pause and gather more information and to think before posting online.
Conflict Resolution, Communication skillsObjective:
Using this social emotional learning worksheet, teens learn conflict resolution techniques, including goal setting and how to apply health communication skills to resolve conflict.
History and Social Change, Conflict Resolution, Communication Skills, Setting BoundariesObjective:
This activity helps students define healthy ways to communicate and resolve conflict between groups with different opinions. The lesson plan suggests various social movements and moments in history as a backdrop to discuss healthy ways to communicate, protest, and encourage social change.
Self-awareness, Strategies for managing emotionsObjective:
This week-long social emotional learning activity helps teens to evaluate their emotions and to develop strategies for increasing positive attitudes.
Emotions, Self Awareness, Healthy ChoicesObjective:
With this video and worksheet, high school students learn about why some activities help create longer lasting happiness and how to choose activities that increase emotional well being.