Staying on Topic When Having A Conversation [for students on autism spectrum]

Staying on Topic When Having A Conversation [for students
Staying on Topic When Having A Conversation [for students
Staying on Topic When Having A Conversation [for students
Staying on Topic When Having A Conversation [for students
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A mini lesson geared towards students on the autism spectrum. This resource will help teachers to provide examples for role playing how to stay on topic during verbal conversations and interactions with others. This is a skill that typically does not come easy for students with autism.
Directions: This mini-lesson is geared toward students with moderate autism. Split your students into pairs. Make sure the students are on the same verbal/social skills level. Have them take turns with staying on topic. If one of the students says something that is off topic, the student who is working with them will make a check in that box. The goal is to have no check marks in the boxes! That would mean they stayed on topic the whole lesson! Good luck!!
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7
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45 Minutes

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Staying on Topic When Having A Conversation [for students
Staying on Topic When Having A Conversation [for students
Staying on Topic When Having A Conversation [for students
Staying on Topic When Having A Conversation [for students
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