Social skills are important tools for effective social functioning and play a significant role especially when children and preadolescents devote large proportion of their time to interact with their peers and teachers in school settings. Social skill, as defined in this study refer to a “situation- specific behavior which predicts and / or correlates with important social outcomes such as peer acceptance, popularity, and the judgment of behavior by significant others (e.g., teachers, parents)”
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|Part A. For items 1-48, read each item and think about this student’s behavior during the past month or two. Decide how often the student does the behavior described. If the student never does this behavior, mark the 1 If the student sometimes does this behavior, mark the 2 If the student very often does this behavior, mark the 3 click the plus button.|
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|Part B. The next nine items (49-57) require your judgments of this student’s academic or learning behaviors as observed in your classroom. Compare the student with other children who are in the same classroom. Rate all items using a scale of 1 to 5. Mark the number that best represents your judgment. The number 1 indicates the lowest or least favorable performance, placing the student in the lowest 10% of the class. Number 5 indicates the highest or most favorable performance, placing the student in the highest 10% compared with other students in the classroom. click the plus button|
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