Aiden learns Inside Voice
Aiden a kid with Asperger's learns from his teacher to speak at a lower level indoors than outside.
This is Aiden! Aiden has Asperger's , which makes it hard to understand social cues. Aiden struggles with knowing the level to talk inside versus outside.
Hey I'M AIDEN!!
DON'T TOUCH ME, GIRLS HAVE COOTIES!!
Ms. Curry reminds Aiden the he has to use his "inside voice" and to ask nicely if Sarah will move seats, instead of yelling. Then she tells Aiden to meet her in her office when they get back to the room.
HEY THAT'S MY SEAT!!
Ms. Curry tells Aiden that she is not angry with him, but that she needs him to talk quieter when inside. She explains how that whenever we are inside it is much easier to hear each other, and yelling is not necessary and can be taken as mean.
Midway through Aiden's statement, Ms. Curry gestures to Aiden to lower his voice, and he does.
I DON'T UNDER-stand how to do this.
Ms. Curry tells Aiden she is proud that he is beginning to speak while using an inside voice. Then she answers the student's questions and continues on with class.
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