Story board for Clinical 9

Story board for Clinical 9

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  • Ty has entered his fourth grade classroom and greets his one on one aide. Ty is a student with autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
  • Good morning Ty. Take a seat on your cushion and then look your schedule.
  • Ty's Schedule: *=reading %=math ^=recess
  • The teacher begins her instructions and the class is asking many questions and the noise level increases.
  • Talk Talk Talk
  • Talk Talk Talk
  • Here Ty let's get your weighted vest on...
  • Ty's Schedule: *=reading %=math ^=recess
  • TAP, TAP, TAP. too noisy!
  • The students later gather around the table of instructions. Ty is wearing his ear muffs and vest to make him feel grounded.
  • I will show you the steps first..
  • Steps to get started: Step 1: place books on table Step 2: open to page 1
  • Ty is demonstrated each step before doing it himself
  • Steps to get started: Step 1: place books on table Step 2: open to page 13 step 3: do problem 1 Step 4: make sure your counters
  • Ty tends to play by himself while his aide gives him space to explore.
  • Wish Ty would hang out with us...
  • Ty's friends want him to play with them. All students in the class know that Ty needs a good friend because the teacher has given them opportunities to become great friends.
  • Hey, Ty! Chris and I would like it if you joined us! Come and play!
  • sure..ok!
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