“Social Communication Skills for Secondary Students” supports the development of perspective taking and emotional literacy skills. It uses text as well as high interest images to give older students practice recognizing the feelings and emotions of others
This poster reminds kids to think about the language they are using. This will need some conversation with a teacher for the student to grow their oral language skills, but it is a good jumping off point for the classroom wall.
What started out as a list of Top 10 apps to help kids work on social skills has grown to a list of Woo hoo! These apps come highly recommended by Jenni, a staffer who happens to be a speech language pathologist, so she knows her stuff.
Social Language Skills: Telephone Skills. In spite of the preponderance of cell phones and voice mail, telephone calling & answering skills are still important. Have your students practice with these "What do you say/do?" cards. $ http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Social-Language-Skills-_-On-the-Telephone-for-Speech-Therapy-1527918