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How to Talk So Teens Will Listen

Posted by Mr. Oettinger on 1st September 2008


How to Talk So Teens Will Listen.How to Talk So Teens Will Listen & Listen So Teens Will Talk
by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish (2006)

Another easy-to-read book along the lines of the last book post below.  This book deals more specifically with talking to teens, but is essentially the same strategy as the book about talking to kids (see below).

From the back cover of this book:

  • Listen and respond helpfully to your teenager’s concerns.
  • Express your irritation and anger without being hurtful.
  • Take action without punishing.
  • Encourage your teens to assume responsibility.
  • Work out problems together.
  • Talk about sex and drugs without preaching or alienating.

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How To Talk So Kids Can Learn

Posted by Mr. Oettinger on 20th August 2008

How To Talk So Kids Can Learn At Home And In School.How to Talk So Kids Can Learn at Home and in School
by Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish

This book is an easy read and it is a great book, especially for someone like me who doesn’t own any children.  Even if I did have kids of my own, would I naturally know the best way to talk to kids?  According to the authors of this book, probably not. 

Talking to, and dealing with, children in the most appropriate ways can be a challenging task, and let’s face it, we aren’t born with a user’s manual to the human brain.  This book will give you some insights into the adolescent psyche and rationale.  Then you can proceed to deal with kids in a more informed way.

The gist of the technique described in this book is to validate childrens’ feelings.  Once a child’s feelings are validated, productive communication can occur.  But don’t take my word for it, read the book for yourself.

Does the technique work?  I’ll find out this fall when I give it a try in my classroom.

Tune in later and I’ll let you know how it goes …

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