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Conversation club : teaching children with autism spectrum disorder and other social cognition challenges to engage in successful conversations with peers : instructor manual / Lynn Cannon, Joanna Clark, Courtney Kornblum, Eve Muller, Michal Powers ; character illustrations by Bobby Whalen.

By: Cannon, Lynn (Lynn M.) [author.].
Contributor(s): Clark, Jonna | Kornblum, Courtney | Muller, Eve | Powers, Michal | Whalen, Bobby [illustrator].
Publisher: Shawnee, KS : AAPC Publishing, 2018Description: vii, 171 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 28 cm Conversation Club Storybook Collection 22 cm, colour illustrations.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781942197355.Subject(s): AUTISM | CHILDREN | CONVERSATION SKILLS | INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS | SOCIAL SKILLS | LIFE SKILLS | TEACHERS GUIDES
Contents:
Introduction. - Unit 1: Welcome to the Conversation Club. - Unit 2: Selecting and staying on topic. - Unit 3: Keeping the conversation going. - Unit 4: Using your eyes and ears to think about your conversation partner. - Unit 5: Conversation repair. - Unit 6: Remebering what our conversation patrner says. - Unit 7: Expanding the depth and breadth of conversation. - Unit 8: Bringing it all together. - References.
Conversation Club Storybook Collection: Welcome to the Conversation Club. - What will we talk about? - Interesting questions using "WH" words. - Listening and looking. - Let's fix the problem. - Remembering what is shared. - Let the conversation go on and on. - Party time!
Summary: This curriculum offers an innovative, data-based method of teaching both the "how" and "why" of conversation to students with high-functioning autism and other social cognition challenges. We invite students to become club members, teach them the constellation of skills required for successful conversation, and include a cast of kid-friendly characters designed to facilitate thinking about the social significance underlying each skill. For each of the eight units, we include an engaging story book that introduces students to the target skill being taught.--Publisher.
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Introduction. - Unit 1: Welcome to the Conversation Club. - Unit 2: Selecting and staying on topic. - Unit 3: Keeping the conversation going. - Unit 4: Using your eyes and ears to think about your conversation partner. - Unit 5: Conversation repair. - Unit 6: Remebering what our conversation patrner says. - Unit 7: Expanding the depth and breadth of conversation. - Unit 8: Bringing it all together. - References.

Conversation Club Storybook Collection:
Welcome to the Conversation Club. - What will we talk about? - Interesting questions using "WH" words. - Listening and looking. - Let's fix the problem. - Remembering what is shared. - Let the conversation go on and on. - Party time!

This curriculum offers an innovative, data-based method of teaching both the "how" and "why" of conversation to students with high-functioning autism and other social cognition challenges. We invite students to become club members, teach them the constellation of skills required for successful conversation, and include a cast of kid-friendly characters designed to facilitate thinking about the social significance underlying each skill. For each of the eight units, we include an engaging story book that introduces students to the target skill being taught.--Publisher.

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