Making The Effort: Part 1 #W1106.1 - James Stanfield Company

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Making The Effort® Part 1: Hard Work

Making The Effort®

What’s in the package
  • Teacher’s guide with 30 lessons
  • Social Behavior Index
  • 65 Reproducible Social Skills Worksheet
  • 1 USB

The students look forward to these lessons. When we did not finish the workbooks during the school year, many students asked if they could finish it over the summer vacation. It was so good to see students that enthusiastic. Their interest is a testimony to the success of the program.

Perter Valletutti
Course Details

Grit: Perseverance in the Face of Repeated Failure

Part 1: Hard Work teaches students to take charge of their lives and develop the motivation to succeed.

This volume will teach your students how they can control their effort to bring success in both social and work settings. Students will learn the importance of grit, perseverance in the face of repeated failure, and how to develop the trait. Lessons give students clear, real-life examples of how effort pays off, what kinds of effort impress employers and friends, how to use effort to compensate for limitations.

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The child who is ‘left behind’ most is the one who leaves school without transition readiness.

Dr. James Stanfield, Ed.D.

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