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to resolve conflicts, strengthen peer and family relationships, develop
multicultural understanding and build self-confidence are just a few of
the many life skills students learn in Lions-Quest Skills for
Adolescence. The program targets the early adolescent years (ages
7 comprehensive, flexible units with 100 effective skill-building
Unit 1: Entering the teen years: The journey
Unit 2: Building self-confidence and communication skills.
Unit 3: Managing emotions in positive ways.
Unit 4: Improving peer relationships.
Unit 5: Strengthening family relationships.
Unit 6: Making healthy choices.
Unit 7: Setting goals for healthy living.
Service - Learning
Skills for Adolescence
provides a step-by-step guide for engaging students in
service-learning. Service-learning projects promote cooperation,
caring and concern for others and help make subject matter real
and relevant as young people use their knowledge and skills to
contribute in their school and community.
Changes and Challenges CD
Everything students need - stories,
worksheets, diagrams, project ideas, and more
The Australian Lions-Quest Youth
P O Box 121,Salisbury South , South Australia 5106
Phone: 08 8252 6310 Toll Free: 1800 805 334 Fax: 08 8252 7636