Socialize with Peers, Parts of a Story – This week’s 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. Meaning of Community Signs
Who is it for: Intermediate learners
In this scene you will find four signs, each with a brief description of their meaning.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Target one sign at a time beginning with receptive identification.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate choice boards to target where these signs are located in the community.

 

2. Parts of a Story
Who is it for: Advanced learners
In this scene you will find a story diagram with brief reminders of what each part of the story should include. Students can use this a guide when writing their own stories or identifying parts of a story during a lesson.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a visual story that targets components of the beginning, middle and end of a story.
• For intermediate learners: Include additional details within each story that provides examples of the specific part.

 

3. Socialize with Peers
Who is it for: Beginner learners
In this scene you will find four choice boards of varying topics that a student can use to communicate with a peer.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Increase the selections in the choice boards, as well as incorporate additional choice boards based on the student’s interests.
• For advanced learners: Move to communicating using the vocabulary grid and customize buttons and folders according to the student’s interests.

 

4. Ask Questions Related to Interests
Who is it for: Advanced learners
In this scene you will find a visual schedule that navigates the student through planning, calling a volunteer location, and asking questions related to their interest.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate choice boards that target areas of interest and encourage the student to identify their own interests.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a visual story or video model for each step within the schedule to ensure comprehension.

 

5. Identify Coins
Who is it for: Beginner learners
In this scene you will find the four most used coins and visual stories that describe each. In addition, there is a visual schedule to support skill acquisition.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a visual schedule to target identification of value in each coin.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a visual story on how to add coin values together.


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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:
Arrive to work on time
Turn Taking in a conversation
Work readiness tasks
Daily routine supports
Regulate Water temperature

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