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Circle Time: A Resource Book for Primary and Secondary Schools 2ed

by Teresa Bliss and Jo Tetley Lucky Duck Publishing
Pub Date:
05/2006
ISBN:
9781412920261
Format:
Pbk 96 pages
Price:
AU$66.00 NZ$66.09
Product Status: Available in Approx 14 days
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Written for the busy classroom teacher, this book provides quick access to an abundance of Circle Time activities.


Building on the success of the first edition, this new book retains the original edition's clarity and ease-of-access, whilst providing more than twice as much material. It has also been updated to take account of new legislation, including Every Child Matters and The National Standard for Healthy Schools.


Clear headers guide the reader to core games and appropriate themes, each with helpful hints for planning and implementation, and to assist the smooth running of the sessions. The theme section demonstrates ways of using core Circle Time activities such as 'Sentence Completion' and 'Silent Statements' to explore sensitive issues such as friendships and bullying.


An important new feature is a structure to help readers understand what they should be expecting from pupils during Circle Time at each key stage. New and expanded sections on group work and the development of Circle Time are also included.


This is a valuable resource for teachers, educational psychologists and youth workers, whether they are experienced Circle Time practitioners or new to the technique.


 

Developmental Aspects of Circle Time through Key Stages 1 and 3
PART I
Introducing Games
All Change Games
Games to Encourage Self-Awareness
Games to Encourage Awareness of Others
Enjoying and Achieving Games
Finishing Games
PART II
The Development of Circle Time