TEACH Expected VS. Unexpected Behaviors
This resource was created to teach a variety of expected and unexpected behaviors. I use this primarily with students who have social language needs and individuals with Autism. Included in this packet is 22 behaviors that can either be identified as "expected" or "unexpected" choices.
Pages 2-10: Color options for 22 task cards, two envelope templates, and thumbs up/thumbs down visuals.
Pages 11-19: Black and white option for 22 task cards, two envelope templates, and thumbs up/thumbs down visuals.
***Interactive Adapted Book added 9/8/2016 - Re download if already purchased!***
You can use these during social group activities or as a file folder game where your students can sort the behaviors into the appropriate envelope.
1) Destroying toys
2) Eating with a mouth full of food
3) Playing nicely
4) Eating healthy food
5) Following directions
6) Having a bad attitude
7) Helping a friend
8) Listening ears
9) Plugging ears/not listening
10) Raising your hand
12) Being kind
14) Not sharing
15) Taking turns
17) Throwing away trash
19) Tracking mud in the house
20) Shaking hands
21) Working quietly
22) Waiting patiently
Print and laminate all cards on card stock for durability.
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Keywords: social skills, expected unexpected behaviors, autism, pragmatics, speech therapy