Includes 10 Social Skills themed templates/assignments featuring comic-styled approaches to social problems, manners, reaction reflections, this time/next time and more! In addition, this kit comes with the Making Comics-Lesson 11 and 30 Blank Comic Templates! Have students "show what they know" in SCHOOL with COMICS. NO drawing background required for TEACHERS or STUDENTS!
Comics are often a clear, organized, familiar, and non-threatening medium that is well-received by many students on the autism spectrum and in ADD/ADHD populations.
In addition to TEN Social Skills themed templates, this kit includes...
Lesson 11- Making Comics (Class Project)
Blank Templates and Pages
This set was designed for teachers who want to use comic templates but may not have time to implement the full cartoon art unit.
Cartooning Lessons 1-11 With the Lessons 1-11 BUNDLE! 3 Weeks of Lessons.
(The 10 Social Skills templates in this edition are not included in the Lessons 1-11 bundle.
Get JUST the 10 LiteratureTemplates HERE.
All documents are pdfs.
This Lesson Includes:
1 Tips for Teachers Overview
2 Comic Review Pages
4 Lesson-Specific Pages from the Comics in Classrooms Guidebook (Drafts, Peer Conferences, Inking, and Comic Covers)
Comic Project Outline
Comic Project Checklist
Feedback Form (Checklist)
Peer Conference Checklist
Alternate Comic Proposal
My Comic Portfolio Cover Sheet
Social Skills Comic Templates Include:
Calm Down Comic- This template uses a comic strip to walk students through how they feel, react, and calm down.
Confusing Phrase- Students use guided prompts to write and draw what they think a word or phrase means followed by writing and drawing the real meaning. Designed for phrases that sound literal (“break the ice”) but mean something else (“get to know someone”).
Polite Words and Phrases- A comic page template provides a panels for students to draw themselves saying a polite phrase (such “thank you”, “excuse me”, “I’m sorry”)and draw a situation where it would be used.
Good Manners - Students use two panels to draw an example of forgetting manners and showing good manners.
People Problem Comic – Students use a four-panel comic to show a reaction to a situation they encountered. They are guided to explain and draw the social problem, how it made them feel, how they reacted, and the best way to handle to problem.
Think and Speak This template provides students with a face construction and a thought balloon (thinking) and a word balloon (to show what they should say).
This Time/Next Time- Students use two panels. One shows what they “did” (often a negative or problematic response to something) and the next panel shows what they think they can do next time it happens.
Schedule Comic- This template lets students draw feelings and the reasons why they experience those feelings in certain classes. Includes a blank version for write-in classes.
Social Situation Students illustrate a comic about general social situations they struggle with. Another panel provides a face and word balloon for students to write what they can say, and the last panel provides space for students to show what they can do or try to make the situation better.
Teamwork Comic- Students follow prompts to draw and describe what good teamwork looks like in a comic-styled template.
This lesson also includes 30 Blank Comic Templates
Includes Rough Drafts/Second Drafts for
-Graphic Novel Pages
Includes "Quick" Versions for your own assignments and projects (apply to any academic!
Includes 5 different Visual Note-taking Templates
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