Social Skills Interactive Notebook. Conversation Skills. Autism and Speech.

Social Skills Interactive Notebook. Conversation Skills. Autism and Speech.
Social Skills Interactive Notebook. Conversation Skills. Autism and Speech.
Social Skills Interactive Notebook. Conversation Skills. Autism and Speech.
Social Skills Interactive Notebook. Conversation Skills. Autism and Speech.
Social Skills Interactive Notebook. Conversation Skills. Autism and Speech.
Social Skills Interactive Notebook. Conversation Skills. Autism and Speech.
Social Skills Interactive Notebook. Conversation Skills. Autism and Speech.
Social Skills Interactive Notebook. Conversation Skills. Autism and Speech.
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This product is an interactive way for students to have hands on learning when it comes to learning social skills. Multiple different activities are included in this product to help teach students how to:

-Greet someone appropriately
-Start a conversation (including: Good and bad conversation topics, wrong/right time to start a conversation, different conversation starter questions/comments)
-Keep a conversation going/maintaining conversation
-Appropriate body language when having a conversation
-End a conversation

Students are encouraged to color, cut and paste their own templates into their notebooks so that they get a sense of ownership into what they have creasted. Titles can be color coded and colored tabs can be added so that students are able to easily and frequently reference their work when practicing their social skills in their different social environments.


Specifically in this packet you will find the following activities:

Greeting others
-Different ways I greet other people
-Steps to greet other people
-When should I greet someone?
-Responding to a greeting
-My body and voice when I greet someone (3 activities)- pg 13-16
-How would others feel?
-Good greeting hands

Starting a conversation
-Good and bad times to start a conversation (2 activities)
-Conversation topics (2 activities)
-Starting a conversation
-Starting a conversation with a question (2 activities)
-Starting a conversation with a comment (2 activities)
-Starting a conversation with a question or comment
-Things I like to talk about
-Things my friends like to talk about
-Using my eyes to start a conversation (4 activities)
-Using my ears to start a conversation (2 activities)
-Using my eyes and ears to start a conversation
-When conversations go wrong

Conversation body language
-Good conversation head/face
-Good conversation eyes
-Good conversation body
-Good personal space (2 activities)

Taking turns in conversation
-Taking turns in conversation
-When someone is talking?
-Why it is important to take turns in conversation ?
-When is it my turn to talk and my turn to listen?
-Practicing taking turns
-Keeping a conversation going (3 activities)
-How can I keep a conversation going?

Ending a conversation
-Ending a conversation (4 activities)



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