Life Skills Lessons
Mental Health/Salud Mental
Life Skills Lessons are designed to be used with teens, out-of-school youth, and adults. Life Skills Lessons consist of bilingual instructional packets that include teaching plans, an introductory lesson, guided practice, useful vocabulary, practice dialogues, and pre/post tests. The Life Skill Lesson non-sequential format lends itself to the limited time and intermittent attendance of the students. The materials developed by the National Center for Farmworker Health, Inc., in collaborative partnership with the Geneseo Migrant Center through funding from the Strategies, Opportunities, and Services to Out-of-School Youth (SOSOSY) Migrant Education Program Consortium Incentive Grant, are offered here without restriction.
Mental Health/Salud Mental lessons are intended/designed/provided to increase the mental health knowledge of migrant farmworkers through information about prevalent mental health concerns.
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