Conversation Skills for Autism and Speech Therapy

Conversation Skills for Autism and Speech Therapy
Conversation Skills for Autism and Speech Therapy
Conversation Skills for Autism and Speech Therapy
Conversation Skills for Autism and Speech Therapy
Conversation Skills for Autism and Speech Therapy
Conversation Skills for Autism and Speech Therapy
Conversation Skills for Autism and Speech Therapy
Conversation Skills for Autism and Speech Therapy
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    Are you ready to try a different approach to practicing conversation skills? Do you love targeting multiple skills during one activity? Your students will love practicing this social skill while having a pretend conversation with a famous person! This engaging pragmatic language activity has everything you need to get your students talking!

    Be sure to check out this free sample to help you decide if this resource is right for you!

    This resource includes:

    • Reading Passage: Students practice reading an expository text with a simple biography of a famous person's life. The reading passage can be used to teach your students about the person, practice reading skills, and introduce new vocabulary.
    • Topic Worksheet: Your students will use the information they learned from the reading passage to think about topics that they would like to talk about with that person.
    • Questions Worksheet: Your students will use the topics that they identified to think of questions they could ask during a conversation.
    • Comments Worksheet: Your students will use the topics that they identified to think of comments they could make during a conversation with the famous person they chose.
    • Ending the Conversation: Your students will brainstorm ways they could politely end a conversation with the famous person.

    For additional practice, your students can take turns asking questions and pretending to answer them as if they were the famous person.

    This is a growing bundle. When it is complete there will be over 30 famous/historical figures your students can practice having a conversation with! With each new addition, the price will increase!

    The following people will be included in the completed bundle:

    1. George Washington
    2. Benedict Arnold
    3. Abigail Adams
    4. Amelia Earhart
    5. Marie Curie
    6. Abraham Lincoln
    7. Dalai Lama
    8. Coretta Scott King
    9. Anne Frank
    10. Sandra Day O'Connor
    11. Sally Ride
    12. Martin Luther King Jr.
    13. Rosa Parks
    14. Sacajawea
    15. Cesar Chavez
    16. Christopher Columbus
    17. Leonardo Da Vinci
    18. Donald Trump
    19. Mahatma Gandhi
    20. Florence Nightingale
    21. Harriet Tubman
    22. Hellen Keller
    23. John F. Kennedy
    24. John Adams
    25. Justin Trudeau
    26. Malcom X
    27. Mother Theresa
    28. Paul Revere
    29. Susan B. Anthony
    30. Thomas Jefferson
    31. Barack Obama

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    Propel conversations by posing and responding to questions that relate the current discussion to broader themes or larger ideas; actively incorporate others into the discussion; and clarify, verify, or challenge ideas and conclusions.
    Pose questions that connect the ideas of several speakers and respond to others’ questions and comments with relevant evidence, observations, and ideas.
    Pose questions that elicit elaboration and respond to others’ questions and comments with relevant observations and ideas that bring the discussion back on topic as needed.
    Pose and respond to specific questions with elaboration and detail by making comments that contribute to the topic, text, or issue under discussion.
    Pose and respond to specific questions by making comments that contribute to the discussion and elaborate on the remarks of others.
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