Report Form Social Skills

Student:_Date:_Grade:_

N = Needs Improvement P = Making Progress S = Satisfactory E = Excellent Shows Cooperative Attitude (Forming Skills)

_Moves into Group Quietly

_Stays with Group; No Wandering

_Uses Quiet Voice in Group Work

_Takes Turns

_Uses Others' Names

_Respects Rights of Others

_Positive About Working in Group

_Is Willing to Help Others

_Follows Directions

_Shows Courtesy Toward Others

Facilitates Understanding (Formulating) Skills

_Summarizes, Integrates

_Seeks Accuracy

_Relates New Learning to Old

_Helps Group Recall Knowledge

_Checks for Understanding

_Makes Covert Reasoning Overt

Leadership (Functioning) Skills

_Gives Direction to Group's Work

_Contributes Ideas, Opinions

_Requests Others' Ideas, Opinions

_Summarizes, Integrates

_Encourages Others' Participation

_Supports; Gives Recognition, Praise

_Paraphrases

_Facilitates Communication

_Relieves Tension

_Clarifies Goals

Intellectual Challenge (Fermenting) Skills

_Differentiates Members' Ideas

_Integrates Members' Ideas

_Asks for Rationale, Justification

_Extends Others' Reasoning

_Probes; Asks Complex Questions

_Criticizes Ideas, Not People

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