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Social Studies (Social Sciences)
Social Skills
Age-specific social skills (Social Sciences)
What should be your social skills abilities relevant to your age?
What social skills have your teachers taught you in high school?
Have your teachers taught you these social skills up to now?
What social skills should a 13-year-old human have?
What are essential social skills for an individual older than 13 years?
What are optional social skills for an individual older than 13 years?
How can teachers and parents facilitate social skills learning of children and others?
Why is it important for children to learn social or socialization skills?
What will happen if children do not learn proper social skills?
What will happen if a human of 18 years has inadequate social skills?
What is social studies?
What is the difference between social studies and social skills?
What social skills should you have?
What are examples of social skills?
Why do you need to learn social skills?
What is the difference between a civilized and uncivilized person?
What are the various disciplines of social studies?
How are social skills elaborated?
What are examples of matured human abilities relevant to age?
Social skills in alphabetical order
Age-specific social skills (Social Sciences)

What should be your social skills abilities relevant to your age?
What social skills have your teachers taught you in high school?
Have your teachers taught you these social skills up to now?
What social skills should a 13-year-old human have?

What are essential social skills for an individual older than 13 years?

111 social skills every 13 years human must know.

How can teachers and parents facilitate social skills learning of children and others?
Direct children and elders to this resource http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/socialstudiesworld.html.

If you have better guidelines, teachers and parents must display guidelines publicly on the Internet about social skills relevant to age.

Why is it important for children to learn social or socialization skills?
Social skills are important not only in school but in all of adult life as well.

What will happen if children do not learn proper social skills?
Academic performance is impaired.
Legal troubles.
Relationships problems as adults.
Social skills in schools impact safety as well as interpersonal interactions.
Trouble asking or accepting help from others.
Unable to self-regulate his/her behavior.
Violence a more likely response to conflicts due to inadequate social skills.

Appropriate social environment is essential to practice civilized social skills.

What will happen if a human of 18 years has inadequate social skills?
He/she is likely going to be declared intellectually impaired.

What is social studies?
Social studies is the study of skills and knowledge to promote civic competence.

What is the difference between social studies and social skills?
Social studies is a big entity; within this entity are various social skills.

What social skills should you have?
What are examples of social skills?
There are hundreds of important social skills.

Why do you need to learn social skills?
Learning social skills makes you a civilized person.

What is the difference between a civilized and uncivilized person?
A civilized person has all required social skills.

What are the various disciplines of social studies?
Anthropology
Communication
Criminology
Education
Economics
Geography
History
Linguistics
Law
Psychology
Political Science
Religion
Social skills
Social psychology
Social work
Sociology
Social Skills

How are social skills elaborated?
Social skills in alphabetical order
Social skills as per grade or class of the school
    Social skills for preschool students
    Social skills for elementary school students
    Social skills for middle school students
    Social skills for high school students
Social Skills as per scenario
Social skills relevant to specific age
Social Skills Checklist For Students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Consequences of Good Social Skills
Consequences of Poor Social Skills
What is good human character?
What is good human behavior?
Preparing for Adult Life: Important Social Skills for High School Students
Accepting Differences
Accepting Consequences
Active Listening
Accepting A Compliment
Appearance
Apologizing
Asking Questions
Assertiveness
Awareness of differences
Avoiding Fights
Basic
    Accepting Criticism
    Accepting "No"
    American Table Manners
    Apologizing
    Dealing with Fear
    Expressing Feelings
    Following Directions
    Introducing Yourself
    Passing in Hallways
    Proximity
    Reading Body Language
    Showing Respect
    Solving a Problem
    Talking With Others
    The Most Magical Words
    Using Humor
    Waiting Your Turn
Brainstorming
Being Bullied
Being Assertive
Being A Friend
Bullying and Teasing
Caring About Yourself And Others
Caring About Others
Classroom Behavior
Compliments
Compassion and Caring
Conversation Skills
Conflict resolution
Coping
Creating consensus
Credibility
Conflict resolution
Creative
Cooperating
Cooperation and Compromise
Creating A Positive Attitude
Compromising
Disciplinary
    Accepting Consequences Children's Rights Controlling Anger Dominance & Submission Following Rules Good Sportsmanship Learning to Disagree Responding to Defeat Using Self-Control
Differentiate Appropriate from inappropriate social behaviors
Decision-making
Deciding On The Best Solution
Dealing With Teasing
Depending On Others
Dealing With Anger Toward Others
Dealing With Another Personís Anger
Emotional awareness
Emotional communication
Emotional control
Empathy
English Language Abilities
English Reading
English Language Writing
English Speaking
Expressing Your Feelings
Facial Expressions
Fair Fighting
Feeling Good About Yourself
Following Instructions
Finding Alternative Solutions
Giving Advice
Giving A Compliment
Good human character?
Good human behavior
Group Problem Solving
Gestures
Hearing Or Listening
Handling Change
Helpfulness
How You Look
Helping others
Interpreting Body Language
Identifying Stress
Identifying Feelings
Identifying Problem-Causing Behaviors
Identifying Emotions
Interpreting Body Language
Introducing Yourself
Knowing When To Resolve Conflicts
Learning To Say No
Listening: A Two-Way Street
Listening During A Conversation
Listening For Information
Kindness
Kindness Cards
Learning From Mistakes
Making Eye Contact
Making Wise Choices
Managing Conflict
Mixed Emotions
My Role Model
Meeting New People
Making Decisions Together
Making friends
Negotiating
Offering Help To Others
Prevocational Skills
    Doorway Etiquette
    Interacting with Opposite Sex
    Internet Safety & Courtesy
    Interviewing Skills
    Introducing Others
    Introducing Yourself
    Making An Appointment
    Managing An Angry Person
    Personal Hygiene
    Professional Conduct
    Relaxation Strategies
    Riding an Elevator
    Telephone Etiquette
Positive Feedback
Posture
Positive thinking
Positive And Negative Outcomes
Personal Space
Peer Mediation
Problem Solving
Prosocial Behavior
Respecting Others
Refocusing Your Attitude
Reflective Listening
Releasing Anger Safely
Resolving Conflicts Calmly
Responding To Positive Advice
Rights And Responsibilities
Respect
Responsibility
Skills in Classroom
    Appropriate Language
    Asking Questions
    Being on Time
    Brainstorming
    Complying with Requests
    Getting Teacher's Attention
    Ignoring Distractions
    Listening to Others
    Netiquette
    Being in a Group Discussion
    Resisting Peer Pressure
    Setting Goals
    Staying on Task
    Tolerance of Differences
    Willingness to Try New Tasks
Self-Esteem
    Accepting Compliments
    Changes in Adolescence
    Exchanging Gifts
    Expressing Success
    Giving Compliments
    Handling Embarrassment
    Helping Others
    Knowing Strengths
    Self-Defense
    Self-Improvement
    Trigger Points & Buttons
Sleeping Skills
Standing Up For Yourself
Sticking Up For Yourself
Self-Control
Seeking Help From Adults
Showing Interest In Others
Self-awareness
Self-control
Social awareness
Social communication
Social interaction
Social problem solving
Skills with Peers
    Accepting an Apology
    Arguing Respectfully
    Being a Good Listener
    Conflict Resolution
    Conversational Skills
    Dealing with Bullying
    Declining an Invitation
    Expressing Empathy
    Expressing Grief
    Get Someone's Attention
    Interrupting
    Maintaining Friendships
    Making New Friends
    Media Models
    Offering Assistance
    Reacting to Rumors
    Refusing Requests
    Responding to Prejudice
    Responding to Teasing
    Showing Appreciation
    Teen Violence
    Visiting a Sick Friend
Skills with Adults
    Accepting Disciplinary Actions
    Completing Agreements
    Determining Time for a Request
    Following Safety Rules
    Following Verbal Directions
    Greeting a Dog and Its Owner
    Making a Suggestion
    Reporting Emergencies
    Reporting Inappropriate Actions
    Showing Respectful Submission
Talking About Your Feelings
Taking turns
Tone Of Voice
Thinking Before Acting
True Friends
Understanding and forming positive social interactions
Understanding Cliques
Understanding The Impact Of Your Behavior On Others
Use Of Touch
Voice Volume
Values
Walking Skills
Win-Win Solutions
Your Behavior On Others
111 Skills

My Role Model

What has that person done to become your role model?
Does your role model help others? How?
Whatís the most important quality a role model should have?
What could you do to be like your role model?

Identifying Emotions
How You Look
Meeting New People
Asking Questions

Cooperating

What are some ways you cooperate at school?
What are some ways you cooperate at home?
What are some ways you cooperate when you play a game or sport?
What might happen if one person in a group didnít cooperate?
What could you do if one person in a group didnít cooperate?

Giving Advice

What should I do about not finishing my homework?
What should I do if my mom is angry with me?
What should I do if Iím not picked for the team?
Gestures

What does this gesture mean?
____________________________________
Describe a time this gesture might be used:
____________________________________
Personal Space

Personal space refers to the distance between two people.
____________________________________

Values

ACTIVITY SHEET

Name
Date

Facial Expressions What is this girlís facial expression saying?
____________________________________
Why do you think she feels that way?
____________________________________
What is this boyís facial expression saying?
____________________________________
Why do you think he feels that way?
____________________________________

Values

Which value is most important to you?
____________________________________

Why is this value so important to you?
____________________________________

What value do you think your parents would choose as most important?
____________________________________

What value do you think your closest friend would choose as most important?
____________________________________

List of Values

1.Abundance
2.Acceptance
3.Accessibility
4.Accomplishment
5.Accountability
6.Accuracy
7.Achievement
8.Acknowledgement
9.Activeness
10.Adaptability
11.Adoration
12.Adroitness
13.Advancement
14.Adventure
15.Affection
16.Affluence
17.Aggressiveness
18.Agility
19.Alertness
20.Altruism
21.Amazement
22.Ambition
23.Amusement
24.Anticipation
25.Appreciation
26.Approachability
27.Approval
28.Art
29.Articulacy
30.Artistry
31.Assertiveness
32.Assurance
33.Attentiveness
34.Attractiveness
35.Audacity
36.Availability
37.Awareness
38.Awe
39.Balance
40.Beauty
41.Being the best
42.Belonging
43.Benevolence
44.Bliss
45.Boldness
46.Bravery
47.Brilliance
48.Buoyancy
49.Calmness
50.Camaraderie
51.Candor
52.Capability
53.Care
54.Carefulness
55.Celebrity
56.Certainty
57.Challenge
58.Change
59.Charity
60.Charm
61.Chastity
62.Cheerfulness
63.Clarity
64.Cleanliness
65.Clear-mindedness
66.Cleverness
67.Closeness
68.Comfort
69.Commitment
70.Community
71.Compassion
72.Competence
73.Competition
74.Completion
75.Composure
76.Concentration
77.Confidence
78.Conformity
79.Congruency
80.Connection
81.Consciousness
82.Conservation
83.Consistency
84.Contentment
85.Continuity
86.Contribution
87.Control
88.Conviction
89.Conviviality
90.Coolness
91.Cooperation
92.Cordiality
93.Correctness
94.Country
95.Courage
96.Courtesy
97.Craftiness
98.Creativity
99.Credibility
100.Cunning
101.Curiosity
102.Daring
103.Decisiveness
104.Decorum
105.Deference
106.Delight
107.Dependability
108.Depth
109.Desire
110.Determination
111.Devotion
112.Devoutness
113.Dexterity
114.Dignity
115.Diligence
116.Direction
117.Directness
118.Discipline
119.Discovery
120.Discretion
121.Diversity
122.Dominance
123.Dreaming
124.Drive
125.Duty
126.Dynamism
127.Eagerness
128.Ease
129.Economy
130.Ecstasy
131.Education
132.Effectiveness
133.Efficiency
134.Elation
135.Elegance
136.Empathy
137.Encouragement
138.Endurance
139.Energy
140.Enjoyment
141.Entertainment
142.Enthusiasm
143.Environmentalism
144.Ethics
145.Euphoria
146.Excellence
147.Excitement
148.Exhilaration
149.Expectancy
150.Expediency
151.Experience
152.Expertise
153.Exploration
154.Expressiveness
155.Extravagance
156.Extroversion
157.Exuberance
158.Fairness
159.Faith
160.Fame
161.Family (Spending time with my family)
162.Fascination
163.Fashion
164.Fearlessness
165.Ferocity
166.Fidelity
167.Fierceness
168.Fun
169.Firmness
170.Fitness
171.Flexibility
172.Flow
173.Fluency
174.Focus
175.Fortitude
176.Frankness
177.Freedom
178.Friendliness
179.Friendship
180.Frugality
181.Fun
182.Gallantry
183.Generosity
184.Gentility
185.Giving
186.Grace
187.Gratitude
188.Gregariousness(Good human/character Good human behavior)
189.Growth
190.Guidance
191.Happiness
192.Harmony (Having good friends)
193.Health
194.Heart
195.Helping others
196.Heroism
197.Holiness
198.Honesty
199.Honor
200.Hopefulness
201.Hospitality
202.Humility
203.Humor
204.Hygiene
205.Imagination
206.Impact
207.Impartiality
208.Independence
209.Individuality
210.Industry
211.Influence
212.Ingenuity
213.Inquisitiveness
214.Insightfulness
215.Inspiration
216.Integrity
217.Intellect
218.Intelligence
219.Intensity
220.Intimacy
221.Intrepidness
222.Introspection
223.Introversion
224.Intuition
225.Intuitiveness
226.Inventiveness
227.Investing
228.Involvement
229.Joy
230.Judiciousness
231.Justice
232.Keenness
233.Kindness
234.Knowledge
235.Leadership
236.Learning
237.Liberation
238.Liberty
239.Lightness
240.Liveliness
241.Logic
242.Longevity
243.Love
244.Loyalty
245.Majesty
246.Making a difference
247.Marriage
248.Mastery
249.Maturity
250.Meaning
251.Meekness
252.Mellowness
253.Meticulousness
254.Mindfulness
255.Modesty
256.Motivation
257.Mysteriousness
258.Nature
259.Neatness
260.Nerve
261.Noncomformity
262.Obedience
263.Open-mindedness
264.Openness
265.Optimism
266.Order
267.Organization
268.Originality
269.Outdoors
270.Outlandishness
271.Outrageousness
272.Partnership
273.Patience
274.Passion
275.Peace
276.Perceptiveness
277.Perfection
278.Perkiness
279.Perseverance
280.Persistence
281.Persuasiveness
282.Philanthropy
283.Piety
284.Playfulness
285.Pleasantness
286.Pleasure
287.Poise
288.Polish
289.Popularity
290.Potency
291.Power
292.Practicality
293.Pragmatism
294.Precision
295.Preparedness
296.Presence
297.Pride
298.Privacy
299.Proactivity
300.Professionalism
301.Prosperity
302.Prudence
303.Punctuality
304.Purity
305.Rationality
306.Realism
307.Reason
308.Reasonableness
309.Recognition
310.Recreation
311.Refinement
312.Reflection
313.Relaxation
314.Reliability
315.Relief
316.Religiousness
317.Reputation
318.Resilience
319.Resolution
320.Resolve
321.Resourcefulness
322.Respect
323.Responsibility
324.Rest
325.Restraint
326.Reverence
327.Richness
328.Rigor
329.Sacredness
330.Sacrifice
331.Sagacity
332.Saintliness
333.Sanguinity
334.Satisfaction
335.Science
336.Security
337.Self-control
338.Selflessness
339.Self-reliance
340.Self-respect
341.Sensitivity
342.Sensuality
343.Serenity
344.Service
345.Sexiness
346.Sexuality
347.Sharing
348.Shrewdness
349.Significance
350.Silence
351.Silliness
352.Simplicity
353.Sincerity
354.Skillfulness
355.Solidarity
356.Solitude
357.Sophistication
358.Soundness
359.Speed
360.Spirit
361.Spirituality
362.Spontaneity
363.Spunk
364.Stability
365.Status
366.Stealth
367.Stillness
368.Strength
369.Structure
370.Success
371.Support
372.Supremacy
373.Surprise
374.Sympathy
375.Synergy
376.Teaching
377.Teamwork
378.Temperance
379.Thankfulness
380.Thoroughness
381.Thoughtfulness
382.Thrift
383.Tidiness
384.Timeliness
385.Traditionalism
386.Tranquility
387.Transcendence
388.Trust
389.Trustworthiness
390.Truth
391.Understanding
392.Unflappability
393.Uniqueness
394.Unity
395.Usefulness
396.Utility
397.Valor
398.Variety
399.Victory
400.Vigor
401.Virtue
402.Vision
403.Vitality
404.Vivacity
405.Volunteering
406.Warmheartedness
407.Warmth
408.Watchfulness
409.Wealth
410.Willfulness
411.Willingness
412.Winning
413.Wisdom
414.Wittiness
415.Wonder
416.Worthiness
417.Youthfulness
418.Zeal

SOCIAL SKILLS: INTERVENTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS

What are examples of matured human abilities relevant to age?
Here are further guidelines.
Social skills in alphabetical order
Skills List
Activities of Everyday Living
Answering a question
Asking about a meal
Anger Management
Asking about place/location
Advertising
Behavioral Counseling
Character Education
Clothes
Conversation Skills
Conflict
Conduct
Communication
    Explain your ideas and feelings (Express)
    Listen and ask questions
    Share information using different technologies (e.g., voice, e-mail, computers)
    Read and understand information (e.g., words, graphs, charts, diagrams)
    Talk easily with others
    Greet people
    Take messages
    Seek information from others
    Counsel people
    Create and talk about new ideas
    Write clear reports
    Speak in public Design presentations
Creative, Artistic
    Artistic (able to express yourself through art)
    Music appreciation (love for music)
    Dance, body movement
    Perform, act
    Drawing, art
    Play instruments
    Expressive (able to express feelings easily)
    Present artistic ideas
    Write short stories
    Write poetry
    Design web pages
    Achieve high scores in video games
Discussion
Dining etiquette
Dealing with Numbers and Information
    Analyze data or facts
    Investigate
    Measuring and calculating
    Audit records
    Make estimates and verify calculations
    Controlling budgets (organizing large amounts of money) Find information using technology (research computers databases) Calculate (figure out the total amount of something)
    Manage Economy and Budget
    Negotiating (give and take, to make an agreement)
    Observe and record data
    Compare, inspect, or record
    Count, observe, compile
    Research Pay attention to details Evaluate Take inventory (counting the stock or merchandise of a store or company) Increasing sales
Demonstrate Positive Attitudes & Behaviors
    Confident (feel good about yourself)
    Deal with people, problems and situations with honesty and respect
    Recognize my own and other peopleís good efforts
    Take care of my personal health
    Show interest, initiative and effort
    Accepting responsibility (admitting where you could have improved)
Greetings
Good human character
Good human behavior
Good manners
Hands On Skills
    Use my hands
    Assemble or make things
    Build or repair things
    Construct or repair buildings
    Use complex machinery
    Operate tools and machinery
    Drive or operate vehicles
    Repair things
    Good with my hands
Leadership
    Supervising others
    Arrange social functions
    Motivate others (making others feel interested in something)
    Negotiate agreements (come to an agreement about something)
    Decisive (able to make decisions)
    Plan
    Delegate (giving someone else a job to complete)
    Run meetings
    Direct others (telling other people what they need to do)
    Self-controlled
    Explain things to others
    Speaking in public
    Self-motivated
    Get results
    Solve problems
    Mediate others (helping two sides come to an agreement)
    Take risks
    Instructing others (showing others what to do)
    Competitive when necessary
Learn Continuously
    Be willing to continuously learn and grow
    Find your personal strengths and areas for development
    Set your own learning goals
    Identify and access learning sources and opportunities
    Plan for and achieve your learning goals
Meeting
Participate in Projects & Tasks
    Design or carry out a project or task from start to finish
    Seek feedback (Asking others to tell you how you are doing)
    Select and use appropriate tools and technology for a task or project
    Adaptable (ability to handle changes and new conditions)
    Monitor the success of a project or task and identify ways to improve
    Arrange social functions (Organizing a group event)
    Decisive (Make decisions)
    Plan (Thinking of plans or writing them down)
    Delegate (Give a task to others)
    Run meetings
    Direct others
    Self-controlled (control your behaviour)
    Explain things to others
    Self-motivated (able do things on your own)
    Get results
    Solve problems
    Mediate others (resolve conflict between others)
    Take risks (not being afraid to take something on)
Problem Solving
    Identify problems
    Look at different points of view
    Recognize different parts of a problem
    Identify the root cause of a problem
    Be creative in exploring possible solutions
    Consider different solutions
    Put the solution into action
    Check to see if a solution works
    Change the solution if needed
Replying in a timely manner
Responsibility
    Set goals and priorities balancing work and personal life
    Plan and manage time, money and other resources to achieve goals
    Accountable for my actions and the actions of your group
    Socially responsible and contribute to your community
    Meeting deadlines (Getting things done on time)
    Aware of personal and group health and safety practices
Suggesting
Telephone Conversations
Work with Others
    Understand and work within the dynamics of a group
    Flexible (Open to change)
    Respect peopleís differences
    Accept and provide feedback in a considerate manner
    Contribute to a team by sharing information and expertise
    Lead or support when appropriate
    Understand the role of conflict in a group to reach solutions
    Manage and resolve conflict when appropriate
    Administer
    Patient with others
    Encourage others
    Care for others
    Persuade others
    Confront others
    Interview others
    Teach others
    Kind
    Pleasant
    Counsel people
    Sensitive
    Sociable
    Listen
    Trust
    Supervise
    Tactful (concerned or thoughtful of others)
    Understanding
    Outgoing personality
    Help others
Questions
What will happen if schools or the state department of education do not enhance education of social studies?
Last Updated: March 3, 2017