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More Cooperation Skills

Group Work

  • Is an active group member
    • Body in the group (physically joins the group)
    • Active listening
    • Turns toward speaker
    • Makes eye contact with speakers (if able)
  • Understands how to resolve conflict within a group task
  • Understands expected behaviours in a group
  • Understands the common goal of the group
  • Is able to self-monitor during group work (i.e. knows when it’s time to take a break)
  • Takes turns speaking
  • Provides on topic, appropriate comments
  • Asks questions to clarify task, information or goal
  • Helps others in the group
  • Is able to take perspective of other group members
  • Is able to handle making a mistake
  • Is able to handle others making a mistake
  • Follows the rules of the group
  • Accepts feedback from group members
Play and Leisure
  • Understands the rules of games and play
  • Is able to cope with rules changing part way through a game
  • Shares items with others
  • Is able to self advocate during play
  • Is able to join and/or leave a game appropriately
  • Engages in age appropriate interests of peers
  • Is able to problem solve or resolve conflicts during play
  • Accepts losing a game appropriately
  • Accepts winning a game respectfully
  • Is able to celebrate others’ successes
  • Understands what to do if rejected from a group or individual (i.e. peer doesn’t want to play with him/her)
  • Acceptable volume of voice during play
  • Acceptable tone of voice during play
  • Understands the difference between compromising and self-advocacy (i.e. doesn’t always let others run the play)
  • Initiates play
  • Joins in play