Social Skills Problem Solving: Accidental or Intentional?

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13.28 MB   |   (with cover and informational), 13 pages

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This activity pack of task cards and worksheets is designed to facilitate social reasoning with middle and high school students regarding accidental or intentional acts/situations. Students with social challenges struggle when something goes wrong. This pack provides opportunities for students to think about their actions and the actions of others, and reason about how to respond differently based on the designation of accidental vs. intentional acts.

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- 1 page poster/graphic organizer with definition of accidental vs. intentional
- 2 pages of reading/discussion prompts
- (24) Task Cards: Decide whether an action is accidental or intentional
- 1 Fill-in Worksheet: Labeling actions as accidental vs. intentional
- 1 Multiple Choice Worksheet (Identify appropriate reaction to situation)
- Cover page, TOU, guidelines for instruction, credits
All pages are copyrighted by Jaclyn Watson, 2015
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(with cover and informational), 13
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Social Skills Problem Solving: Accidental or Intentional?
Social Skills Problem Solving: Accidental or Intentional?
Social Skills Problem Solving: Accidental or Intentional?
Social Skills Problem Solving: Accidental or Intentional?