Social Stories - Individual Instruction

Social Stories - Individual Instruction
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Social Stories in the Classroom

By Meghan Kyne

Social stories were initially designed to support children with ASD on a one-to-one basis. However, practitioners have realized the benefit of using these stories with children who have social struggles due to a variety of reasons, both individually and in whole group instruction.


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Storyboard Description

Social Stories for coping skill. Use Social Stories in the classroom for direct instruction!

Storyboard Text

  • Independent
  • Rea
  • Stefanie has a difficult time managing her anger and frustration. She can become physically aggressive towards other students. This most often happens during transitions and recess.
  • Mr. Yetz created a social story on StoryboardThat to help Stefanie learn how to better deal with her feelings. He reads the story with her each morning and practices her coping strategies with her.
  • Mr. Yetz collects data to monitor her progress. If her behavior changes or if Stefanie is able to identify a different, effective coping strategy, Mr. Yetz will alter the social story to reflect these changes.
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