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Perspective Taking Skills for Teens - Parts 1, 2 & 3 BUNDLE

BASiCS
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Grade Levels
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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    Perspective Taking Skills for Teens - Parts 1, 2 and 3 BUNDLE

    Includes:

    Perspective Taking Skills for Teens - Part 1

    BASiCS for Beginners

    This product is intended for secondary students who need to learn how different people may have different points of view than themselves. The social story and activities provide examples that could help students consider seeing things other ways than their own current view. An intentional strategy to start with more neutral and less personal examples was used to reduce potential automatic resistance to different perspectives. Hopefully this will be step one in preparing students to become more open to flexible thinking in circumstances in which they get stuck in rigid thinking.

    This product includes the following:

    Social Story on Perspective Taking

    17 Pages

    Perspective Taking Activities

    24 Pages

    Perspective Taking Practice Scenarios

    21 Active Student Responding Cards

    Total of 62 Pages Actually Usable with Students

    https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Social-Communication-and-Perspective-Taking-Skills-for-Teens-Part-1-5062256

    Perspective Taking Skills for Teens - Part 2

    A Deeper View

    Sometimes students tend to have rigid thinking, which increases the likelihood of having difficulties in developing and maintaining relationships with others. In Part 1 of “Perspective Taking Skills for Teens“ (previously posted product) the focus was on helping students recognize that there can be different perspectives that people have when looking at the same thing. Therefore, it’s a good idea to be flexible in our thinking and open to more than one point of view being valid.

    In Part 2 of “Perspective Taking Skills for Teens” (this product) the focus is on helping students look at more complex social situations that may also be viewed differently by different people based on one’s previous experiences but also differently by the same person once more information is received. In addition, scenarios with student activities are included to guide students in the practice of looking for two or more possible explanations of a situation other than the one they think of on first glance. These exercises help students practice flexible thinking and imagining what others may be thinking of the situation at hand based on their unique experiences.

    This product includes the following:

    Social Story on Perspective Taking

    34 Pages

    Perspective Taking Practice Scenarios

    38 Pages with 7 Active Student Responding Scenarios

    Total of 72 Pages Actually Usable with Students

    https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Social-Communication-and-Perspective-Taking-Skills-for-Teens-Part-2-5174413

    Perspective Taking Skills for Teens - Part 3

    Why Care About What Other People Think?

    Part 3 - This product takes Perspective Taking to the next level, helping students apply the concepts learned about how everyone has thoughts about others and how we can impact other’s thoughts about us, both positively and negatively. The purpose is to raise the student’s awareness of how we develop relationships starting in early childhood by receiving food, safety and other basic needs from our care givers who have positive thoughts about us. As we grow, we learn that how we behave can encourage family members and other people in our lives to have positive thoughts about us and be more likely to provide things we need and want, including much more abstract things like sharing, caring, love and belonging. Ultimately, the goal is to help students realize that caring about what other’s think about them can directly affect their quality of life and that students can adjust their behavior to encourage others to have positive thoughts about them.

    This product includes the following:

    Social Story on Perspective Taking

    28 Pages

    Perspective Taking Practice Scenarios

    15 Active Student Responding Scenarios

    and a Blank Template to Create More Scenarios

    Total of 44 Pages Actually Usable with Students

    https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Social-Communication-and-Perspective-Taking-Skills-for-Teens-Part-3-5794345

    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.

    Total Pages
    220 Pages (178 Pages Total Actual Use)
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