This story brings awareness to a student’s changing of his voice and puts rules and parameters around the use of the voice at school. My student changes his voice to a very high pitched and squeaky voice. It always causes other students discomfort and it is very disrupting. We decided to name it SILLY TALKING, which the student really
liked. We don’t totally discourage it but put some rules around when he can use it and when he cannot. In the story is a recorded voice that you can change and put in your own student. This is done choosing “INSERT” from the PowerPoint menu located at the top of the screen and then choosing, “AUDIO” then “RECORD AUDIO”. It is simple and your student will enjoy doing this. It makes the story fun for the student to review and want to read. Additionally everything is changeable if you wanted to put your student’s specific times that he typically uses his SILLY TALKING. My student does this with the school animals and with greetings. Of course often randomly during learning time too, which we tell our student, is NEVER a time to use SILLY TALKING. The story also has fun gifs in it, which always increase my student’s attending to the lesson.