This product was designed for student's who struggle with social pragmatic skills. This activity provides a realistic narrative example of how to use the worksheet to help students monitor their own social behaviors. Prompting questions students to think about their own social behaviors and identify an area that they need to change or think about refining. Students will create a visual reminder and come up with a self-talk sentence or question to ask themselves silently in their head to help them monitor their own social behaviors and attend to nonverbal language and the tone of voice of others to make adjustments as necessary. Use this activity with students who say, "I can't help it! I can't control it!" Help them develop their own inner dialogue so they can become more independent social thinkers!
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