Social Skills Lessons for Conversations

Social Skills Lessons for Conversations
Social Skills Lessons for Conversations
Social Skills Lessons for Conversations
Social Skills Lessons for Conversations
Social Skills Lessons for Conversations
Social Skills Lessons for Conversations
Social Skills Lessons for Conversations
Social Skills Lessons for Conversations
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Social skills conversation topics include listening, starting a conversation, eye contact, staying on topic, taking turns, and more. Teaching social skills is extremely important for all children to be successful in and out of school. These lessons are also particularly helpful for students with autism and other disabilities. Each lesson includes 2-3 pages and are split into three major parts: a description of the social skill rule and why it is important, ways to practice and role play the skill, and discussion questions. Printable discussion cards are also included.

The social skills lessons in this document are specifically targeting conversational skills. The following skills are identified:

• Starting a conversation
• Introductions
• Listening to others
• Showing interest in others
• Getting to know others
• Finding similar interests
• Giving compliments
• Taking turns
• Keeping eye contact
• Staying on topic
• Noticing others’ social cues
• Leaving a conversation

How to Teach Social Skills
You may choose to use these lessons in a small group or a whole class lesson. Either way, it is most important that students get a chance to interact, practice the skills, and discuss what they have learned through the discussion questions. Students should be encouraged to share responses aloud, talk out solutions to problems, and explain their reasons. It is important that social skills are taught and discussed so that students can generalize the skills to many areas in their life.

Using model peers is strongly advised when learning and practicing social skills, especially for students with disabilities. These students will need the support and modeling from their peers to see, hear, and eventually imitate those same social skills. Teachers may also want to work with model peers ahead of time to coach them as role models.

Regular education teachers, special education teachers, and other support professionals could all benefit from using these lessons. They are printable and require no prep!

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Bundle includes over 350 pages focusing on teaching, discussing and practicing social skills. Includes 80 social skills task cards, social scripts, perspective-taking practice, social cue cards, and over 30 lessons with student worksheets.


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Disclaimer: These resources and materials are for supplementary support/education purposes and not intended as a replacement for counseling, education, or other necessary supports. Educators, parents, counselors, and others who utilize these materials are encouraged to seek out additional support, as needed.

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