Perception vs Reality Check | Social Emotional Learning | Angry Social Stories for Autism

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Teach students how to understand social situations and increase their social emotional learning by examining their thoughts and perception compared to reality.

 

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Teach perception vs reality with visual monitoring controls to help students understand social situations.

Correct perception is a critical component of a reality check for students to have so they can be successful not only in the classroom but in life.

Help students regulate their behavior by associating their words with actions.

The leveled perception vs reality monitor, inspired by a countdown strip and a “grey” scale, helps students more fully understand the importance of their perception and what they need to do to stay in touch with reality and live a happier life.

Perfect for social emotional learning and IEP behavior goal supports.

Pages with picture icons and text define five levels perception and what each level consists of.

Simple language and imbedded learning strategies are provided allowing the adult to guide students to the understanding of why and how one can control himself or herself.

This helps the individual avoid an autism angry outburst.

Separate pages discuss which perceptions are positive and negative along with an additional visual that explains what words to replace one’s negative self-talk.

This Perception vs Reality set includes

  • Perception Monitor with printable arrows (3 versions)
  • Paths of Perception (1 page)
  • Changing My Perception (1 page)
  • How to Directions

 

The Perception versus Reality Monitor is an effective tool for both general education students and students with learning disabilities including autism.

Help those with autism and aspergers angry feelings dissipate.

Choose which size of chart to use

  • full page chart in larger font
  • smaller more mobile chart
  • smaller chart with extra descriptors

 

I use these 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 it to a clothespin.

This allows the teacher, parent or student to move the arrow to the appropriate time category. If a clothespin is too cumbersome, use a paperclip to easily move around.

These autism angry outburst tools are effective for both general education students and students with learning disabilities including autism.

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Perception vs Reality Check | Social Emotional Learning | Angry Social Stories for Autism

$3.50

Teach students how to understand social situations and increase their social emotional learning by examining their thoughts and perception compared to reality.

 

SKU 4409743 Categories , ,

Description

Teach perception vs reality with visual monitoring controls to help students understand social situations.

Correct perception is a critical component of a reality check for students to have so they can be successful not only in the classroom but in life.

Help students regulate their behavior by associating their words with actions.

The leveled perception vs reality monitor, inspired by a countdown strip and a “grey” scale, helps students more fully understand the importance of their perception and what they need to do to stay in touch with reality and live a happier life.

Perfect for social emotional learning and IEP behavior goal supports.

Pages with picture icons and text define five levels perception and what each level consists of.

Simple language and imbedded learning strategies are provided allowing the adult to guide students to the understanding of why and how one can control himself or herself.

This helps the individual avoid an autism angry outburst.

Separate pages discuss which perceptions are positive and negative along with an additional visual that explains what words to replace one’s negative self-talk.

This Perception vs Reality set includes

  • Perception Monitor with printable arrows (3 versions)
  • Paths of Perception (1 page)
  • Changing My Perception (1 page)
  • How to Directions

 

The Perception versus Reality Monitor is an effective tool for both general education students and students with learning disabilities including autism.

Help those with autism and aspergers angry feelings dissipate.

Choose which size of chart to use

  • full page chart in larger font
  • smaller more mobile chart
  • smaller chart with extra descriptors

 

I use these 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 it to a clothespin.

This allows the teacher, parent or student to move the arrow to the appropriate time category. If a clothespin is too cumbersome, use a paperclip to easily move around.

These autism angry outburst tools are effective for both general education students and students with learning disabilities including autism.

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