This is the 4th of a set of 4. Students with developmental disabilities often have trouble accepting responsibility for their actions and making appropriate apologies. These social skills are critical to success in the workplace.
These adapted materials are developed for students in special education classes that are emerging readers and who need extensive support to access academic activities. The students are presented with a situation that requires an apology. There are 6 scenarios. Each scenario consists of
*a Situation Card that describes a short scenario with a "What should you do?" question
*A short reading passage (3 sentences) with 2 questions referring back to text (Citing text) and 1 inference question
*A worksheet with 2 questions related to emotions in the workplace and 1 "What should you do?" question
*A worksheet to help students practice creating an appropriate apology for the scenario.
A chance for middle and high school students with developmental disabilities (cognitive impairments, autism (AU), TBI, etc.) to practice social skills in the work place as well as support emerging reading and writing skills.
Age appropriate pictures and graphics for older students. Large clear font for easy reading.
Included are 2 mini posters to support the learning process.