Interrupting - Stop And Thing Before You Speak Social Story
This product was designed to help students improve social communication skills by learning to recognize the conditions under which it is appropriate to interrupt others as well as the conditions under which it is not appropriate to interrupt. Direct instruction is provided to assist students learning and practicing a 4 step model to use when navigating social situations. In addition, active student responding cards are included to encourage further, engagement, practice and thinking about this topic. Ultimately, use of these skills are likely to result in students demonstrating more appropriate and expected behaviors in their social interactions.
Interrupting Social Story
6 Pages Containing
24 Student Responding Scenarios
Plus Blank Templates To Customize Additional Scenarios
36 Total Usable Pages
This resource contains social narratives, also known as Social Stories ™
that were inspired by the works of the acclaimed author and speaker Carol Gray whose books, videos, and other materials can be found at https://carolgraysocialstories.com/ and purchased through Future Horizons Publishing at https://www.fhautism.com/shop/the-new-social-story-book-revised-and-expanded-15th-anniversary-edition/.
Keywords: social communication, relationships, dating, behavior, perspective taking, facial expressions, body language, social thinking, social understanding, social skills, smart guesses, wacky guesses, non-verbal communication, NVC, self regulation, social emotional learning, SEL, expected behavior, unexpected behavior, 5 point scale, social story, special education, pragmatics, autism, social communication disorder, secondary, middle school, high school, teens, social language, speech therapy, language therapy, problem solving skills, interpersonal communication skills, social personal skills, coping strategies, sexual harassment, private vs public, social filter, thought bubble, talking bubble, think it, say it, emotions, healthy relationships, social mistakes, consequences, social context cue, social context clues.