Do your students have trouble submitting to authority figures or bossing their peers around? Navigating social relationships can be tricky for students with social communication impairments, but it doesn’t have to be! This resource breaks this complex social skill into easy to understand chunks that will teach your students who they need to submit to and why.
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This Resource Includes the Following:
- Power Relationships Story: A story that introduces power relationships, authority figures, peers, and subordinates.
- Vocabulary Activities: Download the preview to see a full list of targeted vocabulary.
- Power Positions: 3 activities help students learn about the types of power positions (authority figure, subordinates, peers).
- Submitting to Authority: 2 activities teach students how to show submission to an authority figure.
- Dangerous vs. Safe Strangers: Students learn to identify which strangers are safe authority figures and which are not.
- Rules: Students learn about posted, social, and imagined rules-and who has the right to enforce them.
- Scenarios: Students act out power positions in given scenarios.
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Jessica, The Gift of Gab