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Social Skills Boom Cards Bundle 5 sets Speech Therapy Perspective Taking

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    Description

    This is a bundle of 5 sets of social skills digital boom card decks. These no-print lessons are ideal for speech therapy and social-emotional learning groups for both virtual and in-person learning while targeting social skills instruction. These decks will target skills on continuing body language, emotions, conversation, perspective taking, what a person could be thinking, and identifying problems and solutions from photos.

    These decks can be used as IEP data collection tools. When assigned for students as part of your Boom Classroom setup you can collect data on correct/incorrect responses as well as the errors made, as in live time for in the moment teaching and correction. Visit Getting Started - Adding Students to see how you can set up a classroom and student profiles in order to assign decks to students to collect data for IEP goals using these tools.

    You must have a boomlearning.com account and internet access to use.

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    Perspective Taking-What could they be thinking? 1

    Perspective Taking-What could they be thinking? 2

    Conversations Open & Closed Questions 

    Perspective Taking-Social Skills-body language, thought bubbles

    Social Skills Identifying Problem & Solution

    This no-prep boom card deck works on the social skill of conversational turn-taking. Perfect for speech therapy, social skills groups, and social-emotional learning, students will practice topic maintenance and the flow of a conversation by stacking the comments and questions of a short conversation in the correct order. Not all blocks are used in each slide so students need to be critical in their decision-making to ensure topic maintenance and the natural flow of a conversation. This is a great no print activity for speech therapy and small group social skills instruction.

    The comments and questions are meant to mirror how kids and teens talk to each other. Complete sentences are not always used and some slang is included to simulate natural exchanges.


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    You must have internet access and Boom Learning Account to use this activity. No other printable or digital activity is included.

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    Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and communicative tasks, demonstrating command of formal English when indicated or appropriate.
    Evaluate a speaker’s point of view, reasoning, and use of evidence and rhetoric.
    Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally.
    Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.

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