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ERIC Number: ED070846
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 580
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Life Skills Coaching Manual.
Saskatchewan NewStart, Inc., Prince Albert.
Saskatchewan NewStart is engaged in developing new methods of adult training and counseling. The life skills course involves developing appropriate problem-solving behaviors in the management of personal affairs. The first 29 pages of this manual contain information and procedures for the teacher in setting up a life skills course in applied problem solving, using course materials, audiovisual and reference aids, and group formations. The bulk of the document, pages 30 through 580, consists of lesson outlines for sets of experiences planned to help students meet specified behavioral objectives. The lessons emphasize the practice of problem-solving skills using a formalized system with a wide range of behaviors in content areas ranging from group encounters to self, family, social, leisure, community, and job situations. The 5-stage lesson model for each situation includes stimulus, evocation, objective inquiry/skill practice, skill application, and evaluation. (MF)
Saskatchewan NewStart Inc., First Ave and River Street East, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Sponsor: Saskatchewan Dept. of Education, Regina.; Department of Regional Economic Expansion, Ottawa (Ontario).
Authoring Institution: Saskatchewan NewStart, Inc., Prince Albert.