Text Message Conversations No Print Social Language Phone Activity

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89 Ratings
Stacy Crouse
Grade Levels
6th - 12th, Homeschool
Formats Included
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62 pages
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What educators are saying

My students found this to be such an engaging activity! What a great idea for a social language activity!
I love the text message format of this activity. Made it more relatable and 'cool' to my older kids. :)


Finding functional social language resources for older students can be challenging. This resource uses something most older students are very familiar with- text messaging- to target conversational turns.

This resource contains:

  • A brief, one-page lesson/visual for how to respond in conversations (comment, question, answer)
  • 3 levels of practice for a total of 60 text message scenarios.

This resource includes the following formats/versions:

  • The PRINTABLE PDF is black-line only (no color ink) and works great to use in face-to-face sessions or to send as homework. There are 4 scenarios per page, for a total of 15 usable pages. Students can write their responses on the lines or say them aloud.
  • The NO PRINT PDF is a full-color resource with clickable navigation and fillable text boxes for responses. Each page has one scenario (for a total of 60 pages), making it a great activity to use on a PDF reader app on a tablet, teletherapy platform, computer, or interactive whiteboard.
  • EASEL Activity (Learn more here!)

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For more social language activities, see:

Understanding Social Situations Pragmatic Language Activity

Social Acts Conversation Scripts

Reading Emotion and Responding in Social Situations

Taking Turns in Conversation: Questions and Comments

Using Body Language to Identify Emotion

Build The Emotion BOOM CARDS™ Activity for Facial Expressions

Keeping The Conversation Balanced: A Mini Unit

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