KIND or UNKIND Social Media Comments TASK CARDS “Task Box Filler”
This “Task Box Filler” set provides students with the opportunity to determine if a comment which appears on social media is KIND or UNKIND. This task card set focuses on positive or negative comments impacting older students and is intended for teens and young adults (high school and transition).
WHAT’S INCLUDED WITH THIS TAS..
IEP Goals: Given a statement in which a comment is made regarding a peer, family member, school staff, or any other individual or group of people, STUDENT will choose whether the statement is kind or unkind by marking the correct response, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Use this thorough product designed to work on a variety of pragmatics in social skills groups or one-on-one. These interactive activities will give your students control of the situations and questions presented. There are 72 social situations included, plus options to include custom-made ones depending on your student's needs.
Pragmatic concepts targeted with this product:
- Introducing your..
IEP Goals: Given a social skills lesson focusing on pragmatics during therapy, STUDENT will provide on-topic responses,in 4 out of 5 trials, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given a social situation in which a solution must be determined, STUDENT will give a verbal or written response in order to provide a polite or expected answer, in 4 out of 5 trials, as documented by the therapist, by MONTH, YEAR.
Do your students need help RESPONDING TO OTHERS? Do they need help thinking about people that they are talking, working or playing with? CONVERSATION SKILLS can be difficult for some children.
This fun activity will help you to support students who need practice RESPONDING TO OTHERS and with general conversational skills. It is also helpful for those who need practice with PERSPECTIVE TAKING.
IEP Goals: Given a BINGO game in a small/large group setting as led by the teacher/therapist, STUDENT will read/listen to the Response Card and mark the appropriate response (comment) as shown on the BINGO card, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Teaching good Conversational Skills is so important. Use these supports to teach better speaking and listening skills. These visuals break down the "jobs" of each person and give an explanation of each job.
The jobs of the speaker are: Look, Speak, Notice
The jobs of the listener are: Stop, Look, Listen, Think, Respond
Review these jobs before engaging in group discussions. Grea..
IEP Goals: Given visuals to remind STUDENT of rules as a communicator (speaker or listener), STUDENT will _________independently/with support use the rule cards during a conversation or verbal exchanges, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
I feel lucky for Autism:
*Single page choice board template.
*Create your own picture choices with board maker, PECS, or magazine scraps.
*Have the student find items that make them feel lucky!
*Cut and paste those items to this free St. Patrick's Day themed template!
Thank you for making me feel lucky and giving me the opportunity to provide you with resources! P
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IEP Goals: ***FREE COMMUNICATION REWARD BOARD***
Given a reward to work for (object/activity/event), STUDENT will add up to ten tokens for tasks completed, or appropriate behavior (pre-determined objectives), in order to gain the reward, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Fast Food Orders is a nonverbal task to help students learn a vocational skill by sacking pre-made visual food orders.
Included is 10 fast food order cards that show images of all the items needed to prepare the orders. Students will take one order card at a time and find the matching food to place in each of the 10 sacks (need to provide) until all orders are filled.
Also included is a dat..
IEP Goals: Given pictures of fast food items and a bag to complete a packaging task, STUDENT will choose the correct items to place in the labeled bag, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
The Anna Rockets go over the rules at the start of the school year. I made these flashcards for my son to have an idea of each rule and memorize what each letter stood for.
R.O.C.K.E.T.S. Rules Flashcards for Autism by Inspired by Evan ..
IEP Goals: Given a set of school rules, STUDENT will recite the rules and use as a reference for daily classroom work, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Appropriate WORK or WEEKEND CLOTHING Task Cards “Task Box Filler” for Autism
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This Task Card “Task Box Filler” set lets teens and young adults decide if the outfit or garment is appropriate to wear for work, or might be a better choice to wear on the weekend. A varie..
Given a picture of an outfit or clothing garment, STUDENT will determine if the clothing is appropriate to wear to a job (place of employment) during assigned work hours, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
FREE "How Autism Affects Me" Graphic Organizers for Middle & High School Students
April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day- children, young people & adults with autism also need Acceptance & Understanding
I hope these No Prep Graphic Organizers help your older students with autism to explain to teachers, parents, therapists & their classmates how autism affects them,..
IEP Goals: Given a graphic organizer to express an opinion in writing (self-reflection) how STUDENT feels about autism related to self, at home, at school, and in the community, HE/SHE will write responses to each prompt or question, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR
A set of token boards (or incentives charts) made in a spring theme. Boards vary from three to ten required tokens. There are four different implementation options:
1. Print and mark each box with marker, pen, pencil, or stickers as student earns each token.
2. Print boards and images. Cut out images. Glue images inside each box as token is earned.
2. Print and laminate board, using a dry era..
IEP Goals: Given a token board as part of a token economy reward system,and a pre-determined "reward", STUDENT will work to earn up to ten tokens (picture cards) by completing a task, demonstrating "expected" behavior,etc., within a set time limit, in order to receive the reward, as measured by teacher observation and data, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Snack Inventory is a vocational task that helps students learn how to count inventory and adding sales.
Included is 15 pages that can be placed in a binder that show fully stocked snacks on the upper page image and the same image below with items purchased.
Students count and keep record of items sold and how much each days sales are. There are worksheets to keep inventory, sales record keep..
IEP Goals: Given two pictures to compare containing food products and items found in a grocery or convenience store, STUDENT will take inventory of the items sold for the specified day by counting the number of items missing and recording the sales for the day on a written task sheet, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date)
Fall Bake Sale is a real image life skill activity that helps with purchasing, sales, counting money, and filling orders.
Included in product is 12 real images of baked goods, 12 pre-made customer orders and 12 pricing labels. (money not included)
Suggestions for how to use product:
Have bake sale worker students lay out baked goods and separate them. Place price labels next to each baked..
IEP Goals: Given a role playing activity which imitates a community event (bake sale), STUDENT will place an order, accept an order, respond to up to three questions asked by a peer about the product (taste, price, have you ever tasted it, etc.), in 4 out of 5 exchanges, with 80% on-topic responses, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date)
Mexican Restaurant Dining Out is a great addition for your classroom!
This activity is a life skill that shows dining out skills as well as serving and math skills. Activity includes colorful real images along with 14 customer orders to follow. Students fill orders, add customer tickets, and use U.S. currency included to pay for meals.
IEP Goals: Given a life skills task from which a student orders from a menu which contains pictures, a detailed description of the food, and the price in U.S. dollars, and is divided into sections (appetizer, entree, etc.), STUDENT will complete all steps to "fill the order" by placing the food items on a "plate", exchanging money, provide change, accept a tip, and total the guest check, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date)
Snack Shack is a customer service and ordering task to help students practice ordering, communication, filling orders, and exchanging money by way of paying and counting back change. (Money not provided)
This task includes a color menu will real food images, 12 different snacks, ordering sheets and instructions...
IEP Goals: Given a life skills activity (filling food order), STUDENT will order, serve, and exchange payment (money) in order to complete a task, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR (IEP end date).