Student SEL Task - Basic Screener K-2

Basic

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Task

Student Directions: Here are some questions for you to answer about how you get along with others. Read each statement and choose the answer that best describes you.


Self-Awareness
The student labels their emotion in a given situation.

1. When someone asks me how I feel, I can tell them, I feel happy, sad or mad. For example, "if I am picked last for kickball I feel..."

Self-Awareness
The student will recognize one of their strengths.

2. I know what I am able to do well. For example, "I am good at hockey. Last week I scored two goals."

Self-Awareness
The student states how his/her behavior affects self and others.

3. I know my choices can cause someone else to feel happy or sad. "It makes my brother happy when I let him play with my toys."

Self-Management
The student will identify/acknowledge his/her mistakes

4. I will tell someone when I make a mistake. For example, "I did my reading work wrong."

Self-Management
The student identifies and attempts a challenge.

5. When something is hard for me I ask for help. For example, "I can ask my friend to help me learn how to skateboard."

Self-Management
The student waits his/her turn while playing a game or other activity.

6. When I am playing a game I will wait my turn. For example, "I wait for others to take their turn when we are playing Uno."

Responsible Decision Making
The student will identify a time when they did the right thing, even though it is not popular.

7. If others were saying mean things to another classmate I would tell them it is not nice. For example, "When my classmates were making fun of a student, I tell them they aren't being kind."

Responsible Decision Making
The student will ask a clarifiying question to guide the decision making process.

8. When I am not sure what I need to do, I ask my teacher to help me. For example, "I ask my teacher what I need to do next."

Responsible Decision Making
The student accepts a solution to solve a presented/given social problem.

9. When I have a problem with my friends or family, I am willing to try my friend's idea to solve the problem. For example, "At lunch, my friend and I want to sit by the same person. My friend had a good idea to have our friend sit in the middle of us."

Relationship Skills
The student follows simple one to three step oral directions.

10. I listen and follow directions I am given. For example, when my teacher tells me to get ready for lunch, I wait my turn to wash my hands and then line up quietly at the door.

Relationship Skills
The student is able to list two qualities of a good friend.

11. I know what it takes to be a good friend. For example, to be a good friend to others, I need to be a good listener and play the games my friend likes to play sometimes.

Relationship Skills
The student uses positive language/words that shows being accepting/respectful of others regardless of their race, abilities, language, culture or religion.

12. I am friends with people who are different than me in some ways. For example, my best friend and I don't celebrate all the same holidays.

Social Awareness
The student maintains appropriate personal space or social distancing from peers and adults.

13. I know everyone needs personal space. When I am standing by others, I make sure I am at least one arm's length away from him/her.

Social Awareness
The student will identify up to 2 nonverbal cues that help determine how others are feeling.

14. I can tell how someone is feeling by looking at and listening to them. For example, I knew my friend was happy when I saw my friend skipping down the hall smiling.

Social Awareness
The student will raise a hand (or other appropriate physical cues) to gain attention and wait to be called on.

15. I know the right way to get attention from adults and students. For example, when I want to share a thought in music, I know I need to raise my hand for the teacher to call on me.