Brightly designed with 30 real-life pictures and corresponding comprehension worksheets, this 59 page activity is perfect for students with Autism and visual learners. The high-interest pictures will inspire your students to speak or describe what they are seeing in each scene. Using a combination of absurdities, familiar and unfamiliar situations, students are encouraged to ask questions, respond by pointing or even using one word answers. The easy-to-read comprehension worksheets can be used as a writing tool, too. Matching pictures clearly describe the missing word to eliminate student frustration and promoting longer segments of time involved in the task. EASY-TO-ASSEMBLE and use in your classroom TODAY! There are 15 sample IEP goals that can easily be integrated into this activity! Here are some samples we have used:
IEP GOALS RELATED TO "What's Wrong? Activity
1. The student will answer questions by stating the correct response for each in a full sentence.
2. The student will describe pictures by naming subject, verb, noun, or location in a statement.
3. The student will answer questions about a picture by providing correct responses to who, what, and where questions.
4. The student will answer questions about a topic by providing correct responses.
5. The student will respond to "if" questions by providing correct answers.
6. The student will inquire about unknown pictures/objects across activities by asking, "What is that?"
7. The student will describe similarities and differences by naming either shared or contrasting features.
8. The student will provide explanations related to pictures by providing details to support his/her conclusions.
9. The student will answer choice questions by choosing the correct response from three options.
10. The student will read short sentences and respond to literal comprehension questions.
11. The student will write a sentence about a picture by demonstrating correct grammar to describe the context and using rules for capitalization and punctuation.
12. The student will write words related to a picture.
13. The student will describe what is wrong with each picture as related to real life experiences.
14. The student will offer an acceptable solution to each absurdity observed in each picture.
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