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A Quest for Social Skills for Students with Autism or Asperger's: Ready-to-use lessons with games, role-play activities, and more! by JoEllen Cumpata

A Quest for Social Skills for Students with Autism or Asperger's: Ready-to-use lessons with games, role-play activities, and more! by JoEllen Cumpata

“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 by considering both the context as well as visual cues such as body language and facial expressions. Scaffolds are built in to assist students in acquiring benchmark skills necessary to master a number of the Common Core Standards in…

Social Communication Skills for Secondary Students

“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 by considering both the context as well as visual cues such as body language and facial expressions. Scaffolds are built in to assist students in acquiring benchmark skills necessary to master a number of the Common Core Standards in…

INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT: This is a great activity to get students talking to each other! Each student is given a card and discusses the topic with their partner. With sentence/topic prompts, it is easier for students to begin and carry on a conversation with a peer versus having to come up with something to say on their own. This activity is best done in partners first, then can be used with groups once students are comfortable talking to each other.

Oral Language Cards

INSTRUCTION/ASSESSMENT: This is a great activity to get students talking to each other! Each student is given a card and discusses the topic with their partner. With sentence/topic prompts, it is easier for students to begin and carry on a conversation with a peer versus having to come up with something to say on their own. This activity is best done in partners first, then can be used with groups once students are comfortable talking to each other.

Do you have students that monopolize conversations by always talking about their own interests and never giving their peers a chance to talk?  Are their conversations more like monologues than dialogues?  Then, try this packet of activities from  my "Let's be social" series designed to help clients or students improve their self-awareness of  their  own  conversational skills, build their conversational skills for low and high interest topics, improve conversational reciprocity, reduce…

Do you have students that monopolize conversations by always talking about their own interests and never giving their peers a chance to talk? Are their conversations more like monologues than dialogues? Then, try this packet of activities from my "Let's be social" series designed to help clients or students improve their self-awareness of their own conversational skills, build their conversational skills for low and high interest topics, improve conversational reciprocity, reduce…

Spark students' interests with Speech Tube: You Tube Companion Worksheets for Speech and Language

Spark students' interests with Speech Tube: You Tube Companion Worksheets for Speech and Language

Oral Language Cards

Oral Language Cards

This packet includes over 100 oral language prompts to promote discussions between students. In addition, there are 5 student choice cards that allow the

Great for inside recess!  Listen and follow directions with these LISTEN & DRAW lessons. Great way to evaluate listening skills in a non-threatening, fun format.  Also useful for oral language development, ESl students, add to your sub plans, quick formative assessment.  Used by classroom teachers, ESL teachers, music teachers, school counselors, special education teachers, and more! Perfect for warm up activities!  paid

Listening Activities - Listening Comprehension Spring

Great for inside recess! Listen and follow directions with these LISTEN & DRAW lessons. Great way to evaluate listening skills in a non-threatening, fun format. Also useful for oral language development, ESl students, add to your sub plans, quick formative assessment. Used by classroom teachers, ESL teachers, music teachers, school counselors, special education teachers, and more! Perfect for warm up activities! paid

Oral Language Cards

Oral Language Cards

This packet includes over 100 oral language prompts to promote discussions between students. In addition, there are 5 student choice cards that allow the

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