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Rational-Emotive-Education

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Dr. William J. Knaus
RationalEmotiveEducation
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Rational Emotive EducationI
William J. Knaus 
Table of Contents
Part IPreface & Introduction1
................................................................................................................................... 11Preface................................................................................................................................... 52Introduction
Part IIThe Nature of Rational-Emotive Education(REE)6
................................................................................................................................... 61Background................................................................................................................................... 72
 
Content of REE Program................................................................................................................................... 83Technique
.......................................................................................................................................................... 8
 
REE is Compatible with Current Educational Systems.......................................................................................................................................................... 9
 
REE Is an Effective System
Part IIIOrientation to the Principles ofRational-Emotive Therapy People's IrrationalAssumptions14
................................................................................................................................... 171
 
The task of the Rational-Emotive Therapist or Counselor................................................................................................................................... 182
 
RET: An Educational System................................................................................................................................... 183
 
The ABC Theory of Emotions
.......................................................................................................................................................... 19
 
The Two Faces of B.......................................................................................................................................................... 20
 
D - Disputing Irrational Beliefs.......................................................................................................................................................... 20
 
E - The Cognitive-Affective-Behavioral Effect
................................................................................................................................... 214
 
Perspective and Change................................................................................................................................... 225
 
Biological and Environmental Influences on Behavior
Part IVFeelings: The Basics in Rational-EmotiveEducation24
................................................................................................................................... 241
 
Background for the Teacher................................................................................................................................... 252
 
Student Activity 1: Feelings................................................................................................................................... 263
 
Student Activity 2: The Expression Guessing Game................................................................................................................................... 284
 
Student Activity 3: Where Feelings Come from
.......................................................................................................................................................... 30
 
Homework Assignment
................................................................................................................................... 305
 
Student Activity 4: The Happening-Thought-Feeling Reaction Diagram (HTFR)
.......................................................................................................................................................... 32
 
Homework Assignment
Part VThe Art of Challenging Irrational Beliefsthrough Self-questioning and Action33
................................................................................................................................... 331
 
Background for the Teacher................................................................................................................................... 342
 
Student Activity I: The First Step in Challenging................................................................................................................................... 363
 
Student Activity 2: The Emotional Experience Scales................................................................................................................................... 384
 
Student Activity 3: "Mr. Head" (Brody, 1973)
 
IIContents
REBT Network 
................................................................................................................................... 395
 
Student Activity 4:Using Challenging Techniques
.......................................................................................................................................................... 41
 
Homework Assignment
Part VIChallenging Feelings of Inferiority42
................................................................................................................................... 421
 
Background for the Teacher................................................................................................................................... 422
 
Student Activity 1: Simple and Complex
.......................................................................................................................................................... 44
 
Homework Assignment
................................................................................................................................... 443
 
Student Activity 2: The Self-Concept Pin-Wheel (for children under 10)................................................................................................................................... 484
 
Student Activity 2: The Self-Concept Circle (for children over 10)................................................................................................................................... 495
 
Student Activity 3: Upset—A Game to Demonstrate Irrationality................................................................................................................................... 516
 
Student Activity 4: Challenge—A Game to Demonstrate Rationality
.......................................................................................................................................................... 53
 
Supplementary Activities
Part VIILearning, Mistake-making, and Imperfection54
................................................................................................................................... 541
 
Background for the Teacher................................................................................................................................... 552
 
Student Activity 1: How People Learn
.......................................................................................................................................................... 57
 
Homework Assignment
................................................................................................................................... 583
 
Student Activity 2: Facts and Opinions
.......................................................................................................................................................... 59
 
Supplementary Activities.......................................................................................................................................................... 59
 
Review and Preview.......................................................................................................................................................... 60
 
Homework Assignment
................................................................................................................................... 614
 
Student Activity 3: Why People Have Different Opinions................................................................................................................................... 655
 
Student Activity 4: Why People Make Unsound Assumptions
.......................................................................................................................................................... 68
 
Reinforcement:
......................................................................................................................................................... 68
 
The Huddle Game, a game of assumptive rejection......................................................................................................................................................... 69
 
Rumor Circle
.......................................................................................................................................................... 70
 
Homework Assignment
................................................................................................................................... 706
 
Student Activity 5: The Imperfect Person in the Imperfect World
.......................................................................................................................................................... 73
 
Homework Assignment
................................................................................................................................... 747
 
Student Activity 6: Why People Make Mistakes
.......................................................................................................................................................... 76
 
Supplementary Activity
Part VIIIDemanding, Catastrophizing, and Challenging77
................................................................................................................................... 771
 
Background for the Teacher................................................................................................................................... 782
 
Student Activity 1: Demands and Desires................................................................................................................................... 803
 
Student Activity 2: The Many Faces of "Troubles"................................................................................................................................... 844
 
Student Activity 3: Touchy Joe
.......................................................................................................................................................... 85
 
Homework Assignment
................................................................................................................................... 855
 
Student Activity 4: Catastrophizing or "Awfulizing"
.......................................................................................................................................................... 88
 
Supplementary Activity
................................................................................................................................... 886
 
Student Activity 5: Can You be a Perfect Challenger?
.......................................................................................................................................................... 89
 
Homework Assignment
Part IXSpecial Topics90
................................................................................................................................... 901
 
Responsibility, Roles and Rules

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