Pragmatic Language, Inferencing, Expected and Unexpected: Not Bad Behavior 2

Pragmatic Language, Inferencing, Expected and Unexpected: Not Bad Behavior 2
Pragmatic Language, Inferencing, Expected and Unexpected: Not Bad Behavior 2
Pragmatic Language, Inferencing, Expected and Unexpected: Not Bad Behavior 2
Pragmatic Language, Inferencing, Expected and Unexpected: Not Bad Behavior 2
Pragmatic Language, Inferencing, Expected and Unexpected: Not Bad Behavior 2
Pragmatic Language, Inferencing, Expected and Unexpected: Not Bad Behavior 2
Pragmatic Language, Inferencing, Expected and Unexpected: Not Bad Behavior 2
Pragmatic Language, Inferencing, Expected and Unexpected: Not Bad Behavior 2
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Social pragmatic language activities to work on inferencing and pragmatics. A multi-activity set to support pragmatic language skills for upper elementary students. There are minimal prep and not prep activities for a group as well as individual instruction.

This activity includes:
- 30 social scenarios cards for expected versus unexpected behaviors

- 32 What’s happening cards – each picture card has a social scene along with questions. 1. Describe what is happening. 2. What are clues in the picture that show you what might be happening? 3. What are 2 things that might happen next?

- 16 What’s happening cards 2 – Why? Start the discussion about why the action might have taken place.
Each What’s Happening playing card has a number on it. To put some competition in the game, add the numbers on the cards. The player with the most points wins!

- What’s Happening Game Board. Students can color and play in small groups or in the larger group. There are questions on the board to facilitate discussion.

- 2 Find your way through social situation's mazes. Follow the maze and color/discuss the scenes that you come across!

-14 pages to color and answer questions about the social situations. This is a minimal/no prep activity to work on pragmatic language skills. The pictures are the same as the “What’s Happening Cards”.
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Don't forget to check out our other pragmatic language activities:
Pragmatic Language Not Bad Behavior 1
What are they thinking?
Pragmatic language and perspective taking!

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