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Have you ever struggled to create pragmatic language activities for a speech therapy, social skills, or Autism group? Many of us have developed our social communication abilities without much thought, which can make breaking down these complicated skills into easy to understand steps, challenging. W
If you have ever wondered how to begin teaching tone of voice, you are not alone. This resource will guide you through the process of teaching this complex skill in easy to understand steps. The resource contains informative texts that introduce the topic of tone of voice and also has audio clips an
Being aware of non-verbal communication such as tone of voice can be difficult for many students. This short lesson gives a great introductory platform to start the discuss. We also talk about sarcasm, as this tone is often considered a "mean tone". Wonderful short and easy to understand story, e
This is a great resource for teaching the concept of 'tone of voice' with students. I use it for my students on the autism spectrum as a social skill lesson. It is a fun and interactive lesson where students of all levels can participate. Enjoy!
Understanding Tone of Voice and Body Language Social StoryOften times a person’s tone of voice gives people clues about what they really think and feel. Tone of voice refers to the way a person is speaking. It is about how people sound when they say words, not just the words they actually say. The s
Book 2 - Speech & CommunicationDiscover ways to support eye contact, how to recognize behavior as communication, non-verbal language, rate, volume, tone of voice, intonation, proximity, proper breath support and understanding sarcasm, irony and idioms. Communication focused worksheets include pr
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education
A fun, free game to practice social skills and manners for getting presents! Students decide which presents make them feel happy/sad/unsure and say, "Thank you." Or they can practice facial expression and tone of voice while saying thank you for a gift they didn't really want. What an important skil
Think about the different ways that you recognize the emotions of others in your daily life. It's pretty easy for you to notice other people's facial expressions, body language and tone of voice to determine how they feel. For children on the autism spectrum recognizing and communicating their emot
Product Description• This is a set of 20 Boom Cards targeting the paralinguistic aspect of communication. It promotes self monitoring and attempts to heighten the awareness of our students on the autism spectrum and other developmental delays by exposing them to two different options of 'how' someth
Understanding social situations and following society’s norms are a vital piece to the puzzle for school and life success. Well managed classrooms clearly define the rules and create a conducive environment for all students to learn. To create such a classroom, use social narratives as a way to ex
The autism monitoring and self-regulating visuals packet is a must for the classroom teacher and/or parent of individuals with autism. I created these printables to easily teach students what behaviors are expected of them. These visuals can be life changing as they are able to teach individuals h
Many people with autism spectrum disorders have trouble reading nonverbal social cues. It is important to practice interpreting and using body language, tone of voice, and facial expressions. This product was made for middle schoolers, high schoolers, and young adults working on these skills.This d
Use these lessons to teach critical social skills of communication and conversations to older kids, including understanding starting conversations, nonverbal cues, active listening, thinking before speaking, taking turns, staying on topic, cell phone manners, and more. This resource includes 10 core
I work with a large population of students with autism and pragmatic language disorders. Since many of my students do not intuitively understand many emotions or states of being (other than happy, sad, mad, sick), explicit instruction is necessary. I am in the process of creating several sorting les
I work with a large population of students with autism and pragmatic language disorders. Since many of my students do not intuitively understand many emotions or states of being (other than happy, sad, mad, sick), explicit instruction is necessary. I am in the process of creating several sorting l
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PreK - 5th
I work with a large population of students with autism and pragmatic language disorders. Since many of my students do not intuitively understand many emotions or states of being (other than happy, sad, mad, sick), explicit instruction is necessary. I am in the process of creating several sorting l
Grades:
PreK - 5th
I work with a large population of students with autism and pragmatic language disorders. Since many of my students do not intuitively understand many emotions or states of being (other than happy, sad, mad, sick), explicit instruction is necessary. I am in the process of creating several sorting les
I work with a large population of students with autism and pragmatic language disorders. Since many of my students do not intuitively understand many emotions or states of being (other than happy, sad, mad, sick), explicit instruction is necessary. I am in the process of creating several sorting l
Grades:
PreK - 5th
This simple social story is about being respectful including using tone of voice, following directions, and making good choices. Our school uses "respect" as part of it's positive behavior initiative. Many students didn't have a concept of what respect is...so I wrote this story to help. It is ed
This Structured Story packet contains five stories for behavior management of tantruming, screaming, throwing, destroying work or property, etc. with a focus teaching replacement behavior for students with out of control behavior. These visually based social narratives were designed for students wit
This is an acting unit for teaching students with high functioning autism communication skills. The communication skills included in this lesson are on body language--posture, gestures, facial expression, and tone of voice. There are 14 activities--both acting and charades activities. Students lea
This is comic bundle is designed for teaching students with high functioning autism communication skills. The communication skills included are the steps to communication, facial expressions, body language, tone of voice, personal space. There are 7 interactive games and 4 accompanying posters This
This story is part of a conversation skills mega bundle. Find it here.ASD students have a hard time understanding sarcasm because they process language literally. This story offers an easy explanation of what sarcasm is, as well as a few examples in which sarcasm is mainly used: when we talk about t
A fun and engaging dice rolling game for student's to practice identifying and using nonverbal communication, tone of voice, sarcasm, and underlying meaning. Fantastic for social groups, children with high functioning Autism, Aspergers syndrome, or pragmatic language deficits.

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