Completing school work is an essential part of education. Use social stories to explain common issues that impede students’ learning. Many of the individuals I’ve had the privilege of working with have had difficulties understanding and accepting social norms for school work. This is especially challenging for individuals on the spectrum involving the concepts of assignments outside of school, organizing their materials, remembering to turn their work in, and focusing on school work instead of distracting themselves technology. This set of stories is most useful for those in intermediate and secondary school. Use the detailed stories explain and implement strategies for academic success. This set of six social stories includes 8 ½” * 11” books including
☺ Being Organized (17 pages)
☺ Homework (12 pages)
☺ Staying on Topic (14 pages)
☺ Time Limits (16 pages)
☺ Turn in Your Work (15 pages)
☺ Work First, Then Technology (13 pages)
I use these stories in the classroom and have sent copies home to parents of students who need them. A social story is the perfect tool to explain critical issues to individuals with autism. Many students have difficulty learning routines and expectations at school and in groups. These narratives will help explain appropriate actions in educational settings.
Great for any child including those with
• Autism (ASD)
• Emotional Disorder (ED)
• Language Impairment
• Downs Syndrome
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