Students put a variety of social and language skills to use in this problem solving set with real photos! Skills include interpreting nonverbal cues, perspective taking, cause-effect, making predictions, explaining problems and justifying solutions, figuring out the size of the problem, understanding idioms in context and figuring out what to say in each situation. Just print and go!
The situations work for middle to high school students:
~ homework problems (dealing with frustration and asking for help)
~ a hard class (dealing with frustration and asking for help)
~ gossiping (dealing with peers)
~ bullying (dealing with peers)
What are buyers saying?
+ Love this comprehensive resource! Love the different activities and the figurative language
+ This will be sooooooooo good, for my high school students with Autism!!
+ Great resource-has so much in it. The thought bubble is a great exercise and the problem solving section offers several ways to work on that skill. Love how figurative language is also worked in.
+ This is perfect for my 7th-12 grade students. I love the way that figurative language is included, as well as explaining what happened. This will be great for mixed groups, and will be nice for the students with social needs to hear the responses of students who do well in social language.
Each problem includes:
* a short scenario with a photo
* discussion questions and guide
* worksheet for thinking about alternative solutions (cause-effect and predicting)
* worksheet for explaining the problem and the pros/cons for 2 solutions
* worksheet for story comprehension questions and meanings of idioms in context
* comic strip for writing a dialogue
to talk about the problem
* comic strip worksheet for story retelling story conflict with a possible outcome
* Worksheet to answer questions about the size of the problem
* worksheet for explaining idioms in story context
* idiom and definition flash cards for practice
* an idiom dictionary
* a size of the problem organizer for guiding discussions
* student size of the problem reference in black and white
Be sure to check the preview to be sure that this is right for you! Still not sure? Just ask a question at my store and I'll be happy to help! Thanks for stopping by! Linda@Looks Like Language
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