Greeting, Job Related Tasks- This week’s free lessons in your community library

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We are excited to share the newest content added to the TeachMate365 and AutisMate365 community library. Each scene and or support can be downloaded separately and later customized to support the needs of your learner or student.


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1. Job Related Tasks, Cleaning
Who is it for: Advanced

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Introduce one cleaning skill at a time. Discuss the importance of keeping the cleaning supplies way from mouths and eyes.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate two step schedules as they related to cleaning. For example, first empty garbage, then replace garbage bag.

 

2. Greeting the Bus Driver
Who is it for: Beginner learners

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate additional greeting phrases, such as “how are you today?”.
• For advanced learners: Expand the scene to also include individuals around the community, such as a cashier and banker.

 

3. Behavior Management
Who is it for: All levels

To Differentiate:
• For learners: Utilize personalized systems of reinforcement when applicable. Incorporate in the scene highly motivating reinforcers as images and music hotspots when appropriate.

 

4. Hand Shaking During Greeting
Who is it for: Intermediate learners

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a story with more basic text to address the learning level of the student.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate questions addressing elements of the study, including whose hand you shake, when, and for how long.

 

5. Feelings of Characters
Who is it for: Beginner learners

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a personalized story to address the four emotions and encourage the student to identify the emotions throughout the text.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate additional emotions such as frustrated, tired, anxious and encourage the student to relate it to leveled text they are reading.


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Interested in learning how TeachMate365 can benefit you and your students? Click the Learn More button below and we’ll be in touch!


To import from the community library:
1. Navigate to the community library
2. Tap on the scene you want to import
3. Tap on the import button

Your scene is now located in My Library under My Downloaded Supports

Add the scene to your desktop:
1. Enter edit mode
2. Tap on the green plus sign to add scene
3. Add scene from My Library
4. Select the scene you want to add
5. Tap import. Your scene is now imported to your current location.

Check back next week for our content on:
Research 2-year college
Asking for help
Time on task
Familiar/unfamiliar person ID
Identify zoo animals

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