Safe and unsafe topics for small talk for students with aspergers

Safe and unsafe topics for small talk for students with aspergers
Safe and unsafe topics for small talk for students with aspergers
Safe and unsafe topics for small talk for students with aspergers
Safe and unsafe topics for small talk for students with aspergers
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Many students on the autism spectrum tend to get themselves in repeated trouble by talking about the ‘wrong things’ in ‘the wrong way’. What is intuitive to other kids is just not intuitive to them. I made this packet with middle or high school students on the autism spectrum in mind. Some of the topic suggestions might not be appropriate for elementary age students (though there might be exceptions to the rule).
The packet includes two mini posters with what I found to be the topics most likely to get my students in trouble (or keep them out of trouble). You might post them on the wall of your resource room as a reminder for students.
The worksheet with the cut & paste suggestions can be used in individual work with a student or with a small group.
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Safe and unsafe topics for small talk for students with aspergers
Safe and unsafe topics for small talk for students with aspergers
Safe and unsafe topics for small talk for students with aspergers
Safe and unsafe topics for small talk for students with aspergers