Arguing Advice Visual Tool to Decrease Power Struggle for Students Who Argue

$3.50

Use arguing advice and arguing offenses visual supports to help students understand how to have an appropriate conversation when talking with adults and peers.

 

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Use an arguing advice visual tool to decrease power struggles while teaching effective communication.

Arguing is a frustrating way to spend your days so learning how to deal with arguing child and teaching or parenting without power struggle is so important.

Decrease arguing and power struggles while increasing socially acceptable conversation skills by using these visual tools to guide students through effective conversation skills.

These tools include a three leveled conversation monitor rating scale, an arguing advice detailed page explaining appropriate conversation strategies, and an arguing offenses page outlining actions and expressions that are inappropriate for conversations.

This Arguing Advice set includes

  • 1 Arguing Advice grid with a white background and one with colorful boxes
  • 1 Arguing Offenses grid with a white background and one with colorful boxes
  • 3 Versions of the Conversation Monitor with printable arrows
  • How to Directions

 

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This is my go-to visual to teach students appropriate social skills for positive communication.

These tools are effective strategies to use for both general education students and students with learning disabilities including autism, Aspergers, ADHD, or emotional disability.

Print the charts you choose to use for the targeted student.

The small monitor can be used for students to keep at their work areas, in their folders or even wear on a lanyard around the neck. Glue the printed chart on construction paper or cardstock. Laminate and cut out.

Use the supplied arrow and tape/glue it to a clothespin.

This allows the teacher to move the arrow to the appropriate category.

If a clothespin is too cumbersome, use a paperclip to easily move around.

I highly recommend that this tool is taught and used during one-on-one teaching time before used for situational motivation.

Stop arguing in it’s tracks by downloading your arguing advice visual set today.

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Arguing Advice Visual Tool to Decrease Power Struggle for Students Who Argue

$3.50

Use arguing advice and arguing offenses visual supports to help students understand how to have an appropriate conversation when talking with adults and peers.

 

Description

Use an arguing advice visual tool to decrease power struggles while teaching effective communication.

Arguing is a frustrating way to spend your days so learning how to deal with arguing child and teaching or parenting without power struggle is so important.

Decrease arguing and power struggles while increasing socially acceptable conversation skills by using these visual tools to guide students through effective conversation skills.

These tools include a three leveled conversation monitor rating scale, an arguing advice detailed page explaining appropriate conversation strategies, and an arguing offenses page outlining actions and expressions that are inappropriate for conversations.

This Arguing Advice set includes

  • 1 Arguing Advice grid with a white background and one with colorful boxes
  • 1 Arguing Offenses grid with a white background and one with colorful boxes
  • 3 Versions of the Conversation Monitor with printable arrows
  • How to Directions

 

Want to check out the whole bundle?  Click here to see this plus 25 other visual monitors.

This is my go-to visual to teach students appropriate social skills for positive communication.

These tools are effective strategies to use for both general education students and students with learning disabilities including autism, Aspergers, ADHD, or emotional disability.

Print the charts you choose to use for the targeted student.

The small monitor can be used for students to keep at their work areas, in their folders or even wear on a lanyard around the neck. Glue the printed chart on construction paper or cardstock. Laminate and cut out.

Use the supplied arrow and tape/glue it to a clothespin.

This allows the teacher to move the arrow to the appropriate category.

If a clothespin is too cumbersome, use a paperclip to easily move around.

I highly recommend that this tool is taught and used during one-on-one teaching time before used for situational motivation.

Stop arguing in it’s tracks by downloading your arguing advice visual set today.

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