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Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Social Skills Edition

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Social Skills Responses

JosephVahcic
Created Date 05.03.20
Last Updated 05.04.20
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  • Your aunt hosts a big barbecue, and the whole family attends, including some out-of-town relatives that you rarely see. What is an appropriate way to greet them?
  • You notice that a classmate won't stop staring at you. You have yet to approach them. How do you handle the situation?
  • You're riding bikes with friends, when all of the sudden, you notice a suspicious car rolls up. You don't know the person and they ask if you want to hang out. What do you do?
  • You notice that you turned in an assignment late, and still haven't gotten a grade for it. It's bothering you a lot. You begin to become frustrated and want to lash out at the teacher. How can you react appropriately?
  • Your mom took away your phone after already being warned that if you didn't get your assignment done, it would get taken away. How do you react appropriately?
  • You're stuck at home during quarantine. Your mom asks you to clean your bedroom before dinner. You pretty much turn in all of your assignments on time. You're already over this whole "being stuck in the house." How can you react?
  • Your best friend is talking behind your back about something that you told them in confidence. What is the right thing to do?
  • You notice that while eating dinner, there is a huge mess left over from your parents cooking. What is an appropriate response?
  • Your mom says that you're allowed to have a friend over, but only if you follow a list of chores. You feel physically tired, but socially bored and alone. How can you make the situation better?
  • It's getting late. Let's say you don't have a bed time, but you have a big day in the morning to help your grandparents with the yard. Which is a healthy response?