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Anger Management

Price: £25.00
Age Range: KS3

Students learn anger management techniques such as how to recognise and effectively deal with their own and others' anger. Anger management worksheets introduce and develop a variety of techniques to avoid and defuse angry situations. Supportive Teachers Notes include information about external help organisations.

Anger management worksheets include: Self-awareness; Anger recognition; Anger management; Building self-esteem; Expressing anger; Triggers; Dealing with anger; Avoiding anger; Stress management.

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Size: 66 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 346 1
Author(s): Julie Hough
Code: ANMA
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ANGER MANAGEMENT LESSON PLANS & WORKSHEETS

  • IT"S OK TO BE ANGRY - In this lesson, students explore the positive aspects of anger. They devise a list of their anger rights and create contrasting scenes to demonstrate negative and positive anger.
  • FEELING ANGRY - This worksheet enables students to identify how their bodies change when they become angry. They interpret a diagram and write an explanation.
  • FEELING CALM - In this lesson, students describe and imitate an illustration to learn how their bodies feel when they are relaxed.
  • TALKING ABOUT FEELINGS - In this lesson, students increase their ability to describe their feelings through an anger management activity based on vocabulary and mime.
  • SIGNPOSTS OF ANGER - In this lesson, students identify facial expressions of anger and write anger management diary entries to explore the feelings behind these expressions.
  • TYPES OF BEHAVIOUR - This worksheet focuses on aggressive, passive and assertive behaviour. Students match anger characteristics and behaviour types.
  • I'M OK! - In this lesson, students focus on a positive self-image through devising affirmative statements about themselves and others.
  • AM I ASSERTIVE? - With this worksheet, students complete a list of statements to find their level of assertiveness and describe situations in which they would like to behave differently.
  • 'I' MESSAGES - In this lesson, students practise assertive anger management techniques through making statements about their feelings.
  • ANGER TRIGGERS - In this lesson, students identify people and situations that trigger an angry response.
  • TURN ON YOUR TAP - In this lesson, students learn how to avoid trigger situations through applying the Trigger Avoidance Plan of anger management.
  • PLAN TO STAY COOL - This lesson plan introduces students to a four-stage plan for anger management. It makes suggestions for each stage of the anger management process.
  • STAY COOL 1 - In this lesson, students learn how to re-frame their thoughts about their anger triggers by creating alternative sets of thoughts for such anger management situations.
  • STAY COOL 2 - In this lesson, students learn how to reduce the likelihood of becoming angry by planning alternative anger management strategies.
  • WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF... - This worksheet enables students to consider the consequences of losing control when they feel angry. They respond to illustrated examples and apply what they learn to their own anger management situation.
  • THINK AGAIN - In this lesson plan, students learn how to re-frame their responses to their anger triggers by creating anger defusing scenarios.
  • I'M REALLY ANGRY WITH YOU! - In this lesson, students learn how to talk to someone who has made them angry. They learn two key points and apply them to different anger management situations.
  • TALKING ABOUT IT - In this lesson, students learn how to talk about feelings of anger through a phone-in anger management activity.
  • POSITIVE FEELINGS - In this lesson, students identify strategies which help them to recover from situations in which they have felt angry.
  • FEELING GOOD - In this lesson, students develop a personal plan of activities to enable them to feel good about themselves and others. They approach the anger management plan through a sorting activity.
  • MY ANGER DIARY - In this lesson, students focus on recording their experiences with anger management. They design a diary page and draw up a format for a whole journal.
  • CHILL OUT - This lesson is a relaxation exercise enabling students to develop personal relaxation techniques and an understanding of how relaxation can work to help them with anger management.
  • CALM VISIONS - In this lesson, students practise visualisation as a way of staying calm and thinking positively.
  • DON'T KICK THE CAT! - In this lesson, students respond to an anger management case study about the consequences of taking anger out on the wrong person.
  • WHY ARE YOU ANGRY WITH ME? - In this lesson, students discuss strategies for responding to others' anger and apply them to their own anger management situations.
  • DEALING WITH CRITICISM - In this lesson, students develop strategies for dealing with criticism through a roleplay exercise.
  • PUTTING IT RIGHT - A problem-page worksheet in which students identify ways of repairing relationships damaged through anger.
  • MOVING ON - In this lesson, students consolidate their learning about anger management and complete anger profiles for a partner and for themselves.
  • APPENDIX 1 - Feelings Words cards for use with Talking About Feelings and My Anger Diary lesson plans.
  • APPENDIX 2 - Types of behaviour for use with Types Of Behaviour lesson plans.
  • APPENDIX 3 - Feel Good cards for use with Feeling Good lesson plans.
  • APPENDIX 4 - Alternative anger management activities.

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29/03/18

Name and school withheld.

very useful
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09/05/16

This is a good resource to use with students. It is clear and the students are understanding what they are reading.
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26/01/16

Will be looking to purchase other KS4 PSHE resources to support teachers and students at our school where almost all students have English as a second or foreign language.
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26/06/15

This booklet is a good basis to create your own programme. I have stuck to the structure and lesson titles of each section, however I have adapted and varied the worksheets to suit the needs of our pupils. I found that some activities were repetitive - For example - Think about a time when... OR Create a scene... I have come up with alternative tasks for the pupils to do other than this. On the whole a good product which provided me with some good ideas with which to build my own lessons. For £25 I would definitely recommend this to other purchasers.
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15/05/14

Name and school withheld.

I work more individually with students but I can adapt this exercise to work one-one quite easily... without being able to view the rest of the exercises I don't know whether they would be suitable for one-one or more classsroom based, however from this one alone I have used it and it worked well...
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14/05/14

Name and school withheld.

I'm a youth worker recently based in school and was looking for resources that may be useful. Haven't had a chance to get into this yet but will definately give it a go if the situation arises and will be looking to purchase further resources if this goes well.
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14/05/14

Name and school withheld.

An excellent resource, I've used it with a range of pupils with behavioural difficulties and ASDs. It provided a great sounding board for discussions and thinking about their behaviour and how others perceive them.
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25/09/07

mr s woolcott at n/a

Thought it was written out very well.
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22/09/07

Name and school withheld.

Quite useful, well presented
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01/07/07

Name and school withheld.

It's difficult to find good Anger Management materials, but I think this book is very useful. I tend to find only one or two really relevant pages per book for adolescents, or dislike the format/find tone patronising, etc. This book provided many pages I will be able to use, and I think the language, length and tone of the exercises are well judged. I will use it a lot, I think. Very satisfied.
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01/03/06

Marion Lester

Definitely the best of this type of resource.
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