Autism Social Story Job Skills - MY FAST FOOD JOB

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Autism Social Story Job Skills - MY FAST FOOD JOB
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This Social Story is all about working in a fast food restaurant.  Expected and unexpected behaviors and expectations are covered from proper employee behavior to what the job may include.  Perfect for our older students who may be accessing job skill training, or even middle school students.  Simple text written in a large font make it easier for students to read the "My Fast Food Job" Social Story.  This activity includes 2 pages of Fast Food Picture Vocabulary, keyring reminder cards to cut and carry, and rules to follow.  Enjoy!

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Given a visual (photo, illustration) depicting a real life situation or familiar action, STUDENT will answer (#) "wh" questions with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a photograph depicting a real life situation or familiar action, STUDENT will say a complete sentence describing the situation or action, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

Given a story with pictures and text presented as a read-aloud by the teacher, STUDENT will describe the relationship between the pictures and the story.