Asking for a Date is a mini-lesson from Susan Traugh’s Daily Living Skills series offering transitional skills for mild-to-moderately affected special needs students and general education students alike.
Like the complete books, it contains airy-pages and bullet-point information for easy independent study, yet, lessons, nevertheless, respect teens’ maturity and humor while presenting federally mandated, Indicator 13 skills needed for adult independence.
Workbooks are meant to be self-paced and adaptable with student interests and goals driving most units. Each lesson is taught in a short one-to-four page format with follow-up worksheets/activities to check comprehension. Real world activities are provided whenever possible.
Lessons in Daily Living Skills' Asking for a Date include Where to Find Potential Dates, How to Know S/He Likes You, Where to Go, and How to Ask. If these lessons work for your students, you may want to get the full workbook on Safe Dating, or the bundle pack of dating skills which includes Safe Dating, Making Conversation, Everyday Manners and Fair Fighting. Full workbooks carry an average of 50-60 pages of self directed lessons. Additionally, each books provides a student grading sheet, answer key and Parent Letter suggesting at-home activities for families in accordance to federal mandates. Sample the series with our free book—Doing Laundry.
Titles in the Daily Living Skills transition series include: Building Character, Cleaning House, Doing Laundry, Dress for Success, Everyday Manners, Fair Fighting, Getting a Paycheck, Grocery Shopping, Kitchen Basics, Making Conversation, Making Meals, Managing Stress, Nutrition, Paying Bills, Safe Dating, Staying Healthy, Time Management, Transportation, Voting, Who Am I? College and Career
A Power Point Presentation introducing the program to students, parents and staff is available free of charge on this site.
A Teacher’s Manual providing tips on implementation and written ITP goals for each workbook is also available for purchase on this site.