Assertive versus Aggressive

The special education resources on this page were authored by Watson Institute’s special education consultants and faculty.

Powerpoint Presentation:

Assertive vs. Aggressive PowerPoint

Assertive vs. Aggressive Facilitator’s Guide

Resource Materials:

Assertive vs. Aggressive Activity Sheet 1

Assertive vs. Aggressive Homework

Assertive vs Aggressive Activity Sheet 2

Assertive vs. Aggressive Activity Sheet 1

Assertive vs. Aggressive Teacher Alert

Assertive vs. Aggressive

Assertive vs. Aggressive Mini Schedule

Assertive vs. Aggressive Parent Note

Assertive vs Aggressive Outline

Assertive vs Aggressive Social Power Point card

Pre/Post Assessment

A pre and post lesson assessment is included in each lesson. Use of the assessment is an instructor preference.  Many of the ‘homework’ pages for a lesson can be used as a pre/post assessment device alone or as part of the provided assessment.  Each homework page can be checked by the instructor as well as the student.

Review all included pages of the lesson to determine what ‘assessment’ method will meet your needs.  If the student is able to achieve a + in the majority of items of the pre-assessment, or if the student has been observed to display the skill topic of the lesson often, then the lesson may not be introduced or can be taught with a group as review and/or reinforcement.

Assertive vs. Aggressive Pre/Post Assessment

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