Ch 21: Life Skills for Students with Emotional Impairments

About This Chapter

Study successful methods for teaching life skills to students with emotional impairments using this helpful chapter. Whether you're finishing your homework or getting ready for an exam, these lessons are designed to present these concepts in a concise and straightforward way.

Life Skills for Students with Emotional Impairments - Chapter Summary

Teaching life skills to students with emotional impairments is covered in depth in the lessons included here. This chapter includes such related topics as personal hygiene lesson plans, the teaching of citizenship subjects and special education extracurricular activities. After finishing these lessons, you should be able to:

  • Teach life skills to children and high school students successfully
  • Utilize effective personal hygiene lesson plans for special education students
  • Teach special populations about human sexuality and civic responsibilities
  • Design appropriate extracurricular activities for children in special education
  • Instill career awareness in students with emotional impairments

These topics are presented in short, interesting lessons for your quick and enjoyable review. Written by experts, our learning materials give you confidence as you study, plus you get access to our professional instructors with any questions you might have. We know it's important to have flexibility when you study, so we've made these lessons accessible 24 hours a day on your mobile device or computer.

Chapter Practice Exam
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