Nov 1, 2008

Think Like A Turtle


Step 1: Turtle got mad.
Step 2: Stop and keep your hands, body, and yelling to yourself.
Step 3: Tuck inside the shell and take 3 deep breaths to calm down.
Step 4: Think of a solution.
Come out of shell when calm.

11 comments:

Ghina Al-Badawi said...

very beautiful
u should give this technique to everyone at school
hhehehehe

Rawya Shatila said...

this technique is useful not only at school, but also in our houses...hehe

Anonymous said...

fine with me if you clovers don't use it in our proximity
we will never be able to resist the positiveness of it all
heheheh

amine daouk

Anonymous said...

Interesting ...It is really



Interesting ..It is really '
nurturing the mind and the character
'The whole world needs this technique...

arab beydoun

samar said...

Gongratulation "Miss Rawya"
Go ahead "Miss Samar almasri"

sawsan said...

very creative... students are so lucky to learn and have fun at the same time.

Rawya Shatila said...

positive energy enables us to believe in ourselves and to gain optimism and courage and this is highly needed in our personal life and work, so let's not hold on to negativity....only positive energy can help a closed mind gently unfurl itself
thank you for your comments....

Noha said...

Wow! I've never thought of it that way! It's really great!!!

Rawya Shatila said...

Thanks Noha for visiting my students' blog...
After introducing the turtle's technique, the students are trying to practice it whenever they feel angry and before losing their temper and getting into trouble...they only have to pretend they have shells and be the ruler of their anger.
and as Mrs. Beydoun said: The whole world needs this technique...hehe

Anonymous said...

Good technique to handle children's anger. I'll try it with my students.
mahmoud

Dania said...

Great work....