ACKNOWLEDGE AND BEING ACKNOWLEDGED BY OTHERS: In the hallways

ACKNOWLEDGE AND BEING ACKNOWLEDGED BY OTHERS: In the hallways
ACKNOWLEDGE AND BEING ACKNOWLEDGED BY OTHERS: In the hallways
ACKNOWLEDGE AND BEING ACKNOWLEDGED BY OTHERS: In the hallways
ACKNOWLEDGE AND BEING ACKNOWLEDGED BY OTHERS: In the hallways
ACKNOWLEDGE AND BEING ACKNOWLEDGED BY OTHERS: In the hallways
ACKNOWLEDGE AND BEING ACKNOWLEDGED BY OTHERS: In the hallways
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The purpose behind this activity is to supply
guidelines that support/prompt my autistic and other
special education students in acknowledging and
eventually having some form of communication with
others while transitioning in the halls.

Directions:
Print out all the following pages:
• The 2-page” I acknowledged a…” checklist
• Acknowledging people in the hallway.
(laminate)
• Making eye contact, and then…. (laminate)

I then put all the papers on a clipboard and have my
student carry it with them in the hallways during
transitions.

I have my student “acknowledge” at least 2
people…one going to their specials class and one coming
back from the class. Since I have some students that
only talk to adults, they have the added rule that they
have to acknowledge students only.
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