This social story, in addition to the "My Turn To Talk & I Have A Question Cards", helps students to develop efficient strategies when waiting for their turn to talk in class. These strategies are lifelong tools that will enable students to positively participate in conversations and discussions with others.
When reading the social story “Waiting My Turn to Talk”, some good questions to ask the child you are working with, that will enable you to gauge their level of comprehension on displaying the desired behaviours, can include:
• When should I talk to my teacher?
• What should I do when my teacher or other students are talking?
• Will my teacher and the other students be happy if I wait my turn to talk?
Social stories are a great strategy to help with behaviour management as they assist in modelling what is right and what is wrong, while also assisting students with autism, ADHD, Downs Syndrome etc to understand the perspective of other people and why they may respond or react to them and their actions in a particular way.
My Turn To Talk & I Have A Question Cards: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/My-Turn-To-Talk-and-I-Have-A-Question-Cards-2991213
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Other social stories that you may find useful:
Asking someone to play:
Coming in from lunch:
Winning and losing:
Being a line leader:
Crossing the road:
Hands Out Of Pants:
Hands To Yourself:
Safe Hands and Safe Feet: