Professional School Counseling Curriculum Map Pacing Guide 2019-2020

 

Counselors: James Dickens and Rezana McCray             School: Leesylvania Elementary     

 

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

K

 

 

. Intro to Counselor

Quality Circle

Meeting.

 

KP.5: Demonstrate awareness of empathy and bully prevention skills and strategies.

KP.4 Use appropriate communication skills to ask for help when needed.

 

 

KP.3: Distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate behavior in school.

 

 

KP.1: Recognize and appreciate one's unique abilities

 

 

KP.2 Identify and understand the meaning of various feeling words.

 

 

 

KA.1: Recognize responsibilities of being a student worker in school.

 

KC1: Identify areas of interest.

 

 

 

 

KP.3: Distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate behavior in school.

 

 

KC.2: Develop awareness of careers in the community.

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

Intro to Counselor

Quality Circle

Meeting.

 

1P.1: Describe how to express feelings in constructive ways (i.e. "I statements.")

 

1P.4: Demonstrate awareness of empathy and bully prevention skills.

 

 

1P.1. Describe how to express feelings in constructive ways.

 

1P.2: Demonstrate an awareness of the importance of personal safety.

 

 

1P.2: Demonstrate an awareness of the importance of personal safety.

 

1P.3: Identify situations requiring adult help.

 

1A.1: Develop skills and positive work habits (including task completion) to successfully meet school requirements.

 

1A.2: Understand that mistakes are essential to the learning process.

 

 

1A.3: Understand the importance of goal setting.

 

1C.2 Identify personal skills, abilities, and interests in the areas of academic, career, and personal/social development

 

1C.1 Develop an understanding of roles and contributions of workers in school, home and community.

 

1C.2 Identify personal skills, abilities, and interests in the areas of academic, career, and personal/social development

 

2

 

 

Intro to Counselor

Quality Circle

Meeting

2P.1: Identify forms of communication (e.g., listening, speaking, body language, etc.) 2P.2:5. Recognize peer pressure and bullying situations.

 

2C.2 Identify resource people in the school and community and understand how

To seek their help.

 

2P.2 Developing awareness of individual differences.

 

2P.6 Recognize different coping strategies to deal with situations.

 

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2P.4 Recognize how personal behavior affects group dynamics

2P.4 Recognize how personal behavior affects group dynamics

 

2A.1: Develop awareness of goal-setting steps.

 

2A.2: Recognize the relationship between goal setting and accomplishing work.

 

2A.3: Work independently to achieve academic success.

2A.4: Identify and utilize test-taking skills.

 

 

2P.4 Recognize how personal behavior affects group dynamics

2P.4 Recognize how personal behavior affects group dynamics

 

2C.1 Learn about the variety of traditional occupations in a changing workplace.

 

 

 

3

 

 

Intro to Counselor

Quality Circle

Meeting

 

 

3P.5: Demonstrate how to communicate positively in conflict and bullying situations.

3P.5: Demonstrate how to communicate positively in conflict and bullying situations.

 

3P.1: Identify different modes of interpersonal communication (verbal and non-verbal.

 

3P.2: Positively communicate thoughts, feelings, and needs to others in a variety of situations.

 

3P.3: Demonstrate and accept responsibility for individual behavior and how it affects others. 3A.1: Set realistic short-term goals. 3A.2: Recognize the relationship between learning/achievement and personal effort.

3P.1: Identify different modes of interpersonal communication

 

(Verbal and non-verbal).

 

3P.4: Demonstrate self-control.

 

3P.5: Demonstrate how to communicate positively in a conflict situation.

3P.6: Explain the skills needed to function effectively in groups.

3A.3: Identify and utilize study, organizational, and test-taking skills.

3A.4: Display a positive work ethic (persistence, self-motivation, punctuality, etc.).

3A.5: Identify how group participation contributes to learning

 

3C.3: Understand that jobs with similar characteristics may be grouped as job families or career clusters.

 

3C.1: Demonstrate how a positive outlook regarding self, education and work enhances potential and increases productivity.

3C.3: Understand that jobs with similar characteristics may be grouped as job families or career clusters.

 

 

3C.2 Recognize that skills, abilities, and interests are considerations in the choice of careers.

 

 


 

 

 


4

 

 

Intro to Counselor

Quality Circle Meeting.

 

4P.6: Identify factors that impact personal safety, self-reliance and well-being (i.e. bullying, substance abuse, etc.).

 

 

 

 

4A.1: Identify and describe how decision-making, problem-solving, and coping skills support or interfere with academic achievement

4A.3: Demonstrate time management and organizational skills.

 

 

4A.5: Understand how personal learning styles can impact school achievement

 

 

 

4A.5: Understand how personal learning styles can impact school achievement

 

4C.2 Decision/problem solving in Career

Dev.

. 4A.2: Identify and utilize effective test-taking skills.

 

 

4C.1 Hobbies and interests.

4C.2 Decision/problem solving in Career

Dev.

. 4A.2: Identify and utilize effective test-taking skills.

 

 

 

Strong Families Competent Kids

 

 

 

 

 

 

4C.2 Relate each step of the decision-making

Problem solving process to career

Develop

ment (awareness, exploration, and preparation).

5

 

 

Intro to Counselor Quality Circles

 

 

5P.1: Describe how verbal and non-verbal behavior influence interpersonal relationships. 5P.2: Demonstrate how to communicate with others.

 

5P.3: Demonstrate appreciation and respect for similarities and differences in opinions
5P.4: Describe strategies for getting along with others.
Situations.

5P.3: Demonstrate appreciation and respect for similarities and differences in opinions
5P.4: Describe strategies for getting along with others.
Situations.

5A.3: Recognize the benefits of individual initiative and teamwork.

5P.8: Identify and analyze group dynamics in a variety of situations.

5P.5: Demonstrate how to disagree with other without provoking them. 5P.6: Demonstrate appropriate responses to ease a conflict situation.

 

 

 

 

 

5P.7: Demonstrate effective responses to peer pressure and bullying

 

5A.1: Set realistic long-term goals.
5A.2: Apply personal learning style

 

5P.7: Demonstrate effective responses to peer pressure and bullying

 

 

5C.1: Compile a list of personal abilities. 5C.2: Describe how personal strengths in school work affect future goals and career options.

5C.3: Understand that the changing workplace requires lifelong learning and acquiring new skills.

 

5C.4: Acquire employability skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, and organization.

5C.5:Identify career choices through various means of exploration

 

 

Transitin to Middle School 5C.6: Describe changes as inevitable and necessary to adapt to new situations, (e.g., middle school)

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Introduction to Counselors responsibility and Quality Counselor Circle Meeting.

 

 

 

KP.2 Identify and understand the meaning of various feeling words. 1P.1Describe how to express feelings in constructive ways. 2P.1 Identify forms of communication.

2P.5 Recognize peer-pressure and bullying situation.

 

 

KA.1 Recognize responsibilities of being a student

1A.1 Develop skills and positive work habits.

1A.2 Understand that mistakes are essential to the learning process.

2A.3 Work independently to achieve academic success.

2P.3 Define “Friend” and describe what is meant by friendship.

 

 

 

KP.4 Distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate behavior in school. 2P.4 Recognize how personal behavior affects group dynamics. 1C.1 Develop an understanding of roles and contributions of workers in school, home, and community.

 

1C.2 Identify personal skills, abilities, and interests in the areas of academic, care, and personal/social development.

1P.2 Develop an awareness of the importance of personal safety.

1P.3 Identify situations requiring adult professional help.

 

 

 

 

School

-wide

 

 

 

 

Open House

9/20/14

 

Six Week Bullying Prevention Program.

 

 

 

 

Red Ribbon Week.

 

Character Trait for the month of October is “Respect.”

 

 

 

County wide Character Counts Poster Contest.

 

Good Touch/Bad Touch Program.

 

 

 

Character Trait for the month of November is

“Responsibility.”

 

 

 

 

Middle School Specialty Program Information Meeting (TBA).

 

Good/Bad Touch Program.

 

 

 

 

Character Trait for the month of December is “Kindness.”

 

 

 

Holiday Help Program.

 

Parent Workshop on “Effective Discipline Strategies.”

 

 

 

 

 

Character Trait for the month of January is “Fairness.”

 

 

 

 

 

Middle School

Applications due date (TBA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Character Trait for the month of February is “Honesty.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Character Trait for the month of March is Citizenship.

 

 

 

 

Character Trait for the month of April is Perseverance.

 

 

 

Career Day