Problem Solving 96 Scenarios in the Community for speech

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Susan Berkowitz
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6th - 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool
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Problem solving is an important part of social language skills. Prepare your students for community-based social language. Teach them to solve problems by thinking about situations and finding the right thing to do or say. This is a set of 96 game or task cards for verbal problem solving; an important life and language skill for individuals with developmental and language disorders.

This resource is similar to my original Life Skills: Solving Problems and Answering Questions Verbally. Over the years, I have used that game many times for practice with verbal problem solving. It provides an opportunity to practice solving problems, discussing with therapists, teachers, group home staff, and even parents what to say and how to act.

Questions include the “What would you do/say if...” variety, involving situations

  • at home,
  • at the mall,
  • at the movies,
  • at the grocery store,
  • at the salon/barber,
  • at the doctor's office,
  • at a restaurant,
  • at work/school/Day Program, and
  • at a party.

Play as a game or use as discussion prompts to help students or clients develop problem solving skills.

Answers are pretty simple for adults, and some may vary depending upon an individual’s context; so no answer sheet is provided.

Buyers like you say:

  • Excellent multi-purpose resource for problem solving and identifying solutions! Have used this resource with older elementary students and adults with neurological deficits. Can also be used to elicit spontaneous speech samples!

  • I love this product! It contains so many functional, real-life social scenarios to target problem solving and coming up with solutions.

  • I'm always looking for practical problem solving scenarios for my students to practice problem identification and advocacy skills. Another super resource to use with these students.

For the original Life Skills: Solving Problems and Answering Questions Verbally, go HERE

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