Students’ Emotions Matter (As Do Yours)! Let’s Work Together Teaching Guide: SEL

By Colin Reublinger | March 20 2020 | English Language ArtsGeneral

Building students’ social-emotional capacity through reading and discussing books enhances their ability to experience successful relationships in school and more importantly now the interactions they have at home and in their neighborhoods. By inviting students to read and then have meaningful conversations about books, you offer models for building trusting relationships with peers and adults while promoting the importance of making responsible decisions.

The result? Your class can become a community that respects diverse cultures, develops positive relationships, makes responsible decisions, and cultivates a self-awareness that transfers to understanding the needs of others.

In this timely new guide, Laura Robb provides useful ideas and teaching tips to bring social emotional learning to every student.

Teachers Guide-Social Emotional Learning


Here is the complete list of Let’s Work Together Teacher Guides by the incredible Laura Robb:

Teachers Guide – Writing About Reading

Teachers Guide – Strategies for Student Centered Discussions

Teachers Guide – Realistic Fiction

Teachers Guide – Mystery

Teachers Guide-Literary Elements

Teachers Guide-Informational Text

Teachers Guide-Tall Tales

Teachers Guide-Historical Fiction

Teachers Guide-Folk and Fairy Tales

Teachers Guide-Fantasy

Teachers Guide-Inclusive Texts

Teachers Guide-Book Clubs

Teachers Guide-Building Vocabulary

Teachers Guide-Writing about Reading