Social Stories for Expected School Behavior
[Source: Autism Tank]
Looking for some tools to have ready in your classroom day one of the school year to help your kiddos learn expected behaviors for a variety of school environments? I love using these stories that cover some of the most important social skills needed in school.
What are social narratives (or stories)? They describe social situations by providing explanations of the feelings and thoughts of others in the social situation. Social narratives can help students with autism eliminate problem behaviors, especially when they are told what TO DO in place of any problem behaviors. Using text and/or pictures can help your students better comprehend the content of the story.
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