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What vocational training will the school district provide? A good friend of mine likes to ask me, "Where are you, and where are you going?" Whatever the reason, you child does not have to dread lunchtime. Preoccupied individuals tend to be low on avoidance of intimacy and high on anxiety about abandonment. This could help to provide a sense of belonging and community for foster children, who often lack strong social networks at home.

Pages: 24

Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd (October 1993)

ISBN: 017422821X

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Children develop and learn at different rates. Some have difficulty learning to read and write and need the assistance of a special education program. Others learn more easily and require program extensions or more challenging curriculum. The Peel District School Board offers a range of special education programs and services designed to meet a wide range of needs. students with autism/pervasive developmental disorder (PDD) - a disability that affects verbal and non-verbal communication, social interaction, and leisure or play activities students with developmental disabilities - significant delays in the rate of learning, the development of social interactions and the acquisition of life skills students with emotional and behaviour challenges - difficulty developing and keeping relationships with other students and adults, and with social skills, personal adjustment, self-care and general classroom behaviour gifted students - an unusually advanced degree of general intellectual ability that requires differentiated learning experiences, beyond those normally provided in the regular school program, to satisfy their educational potential students with physical disabilities - hearing and vision impairment, significant medical conditions and head injuries, etc. students with learning disabilities - a disorder that involves one or more of the processes needed to use spoken or written language, and that may interfere with the learning of academic and social skills students with syndromes - such as fetal alcohol, Williams, Fragile X and Prader Willi As a parent, you know your child best Blind.

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You may also find these resources helpful: Why should I do it: When should I do it: When a student fails to grasp social norms, routines, and expectations, like walking down the hall, using restroom facilities, following lunch procedure, using manners, using greetings, asking for help properly, etc When a student is disorganized, unprepared, disheveled When a student needs reinforcement of class rules, routines, procedures, etc When a student does not respond to cues, redirection, refocusing, etc When a student fails to complete work, homework, expectations, etc How do I do it: Basic steps to creating a social story: Create a list or outline of the steps in the routine or procedure the student needs work or reinforcement on, like behavior in the hall, using the bathroom, starting work, asking for help, etc For each step of the process, develop a simple sentence to explain the step, for example “open your desk and get your book out”, or “walk to the door and knock”, etc Next to each step and sentence, utilize a picture to represent the action, either a generic image or graphic, or an actual picture of the student performing that step When the social story is complete, review it with the student daily before they perform that routine, procedure, or activity After the student learns the social story well, have them review it on their own before they perform that routine, procedure, or activity Pecs Pictures Page Five (answer phone, blow, blow bubbles, don't walk, walk, dot to dot, cut hair, don't pick nose,wait, go potty, wipe bottom) Pecs Pictures Page Six (backpack, school, no school, play dress up - boy, play dress up-girl, lunch time, time out-girl, time out- boy, etch a sketch, dump truck) Pecs Pictures Page Seven (art, paint, crayon, markers, paintbrush, paints, paints, computer, scissors, play doh, line up, write) Pecs Pictures Page Eight (potty, put back, playground, bye, hi, foot, hair, hand, leg, mouth, nose, toes) Pecs Pictures Page Nine (tongue, arm, quiet, play, puzzle, book, sit on floor, hold hands, play game, diaper, pool, sandbox) Pecs Pictures Page Ten (beads, haircut, tickle, cut nails, throw away, go night night, socks, shoes, pants, hat, put on pants, put on shirt) Pecs Pictures Page Eleven (shirt, underpants, bath, letters, shapes, blocks, circle, diamond, heart, triangle, star, rectangle) Pecs Pictures Page Twelve (oval, square, count, black, blue, brown, gold, gray, green, orange, pink, purple) Pecs Pictures Page Thirteen (red, yellow, white, black, blue, brown, gold, gray, green, orange, pink,purple) Pecs Pictures Page Fourteen (three are icons the rest is the start of imported "real" photographs) (red, yellow, white, broom, comb, phone, remote, bike, potty, dentist, couch,c ouch,) Pecs Pictures Page Fifty- eight (Icons for nursery rhyme songs-bingo,wheels on the bus, hey diddle diddle, baa baa black sheep, twinkle twinkle, humpty dumpty, hickory dickory dock,where is thumbkin?, ants go marching, if you're happy, old mcdonald, pat-a-cake) Pecs Pictures Page Fifty-nine (Icons for nursery rhyme songs- london bridges, I'm a little teapot, incey wincey spider, row row row your boat, mary had a little lamb, jack and jill went up the hill) Pecs Pictures Grocery Shopping List (about 70 pictures of common foods/items to put on a picture grocery shopping list, let me know more specifics to add!) Pecs Pictures Page Fifteen (start of food items) (soccer, basketball, bowling, baseball, school bus, line up, jellybeans, pretzel, popcorn, french fries, broccoli, sandwich) Pecs Pictures Page Sixteen (food) (orange, pear, grapes, strawberry, apple, bananas, watermelon, pickle, potato, shopping, chinese food, pizza) Pecs Pictures Page Seventeen (food) (eggs, taco, cupcake, doughnut, bread, butter, pancakes, tater tots, corn dog, cupcake, hamburger, hot dog) Pecs Pictures Page Eighteen (food, a few name brands) (celery, bagel, corn, hot dog, hamburger, salad, spaghetti, vlasic pickles, claussen pickles, grape jam, skippy peanut butter, jiff peanut butter) Pecs Pictures Page Nineteen (food) (melon, taco, olive, cereal, chips, grilled cheese, chicken nuggets, cookie, popcorn, carrots, salt, salt and pepper) Pecs Pictures Page Twenty (name brand food items) (frenches mustard, campbells soup, chocolate milk, cookies, pringles, hersey's, oreo, miracle whip, draft mayonaise, hunts ketchup, heinz ketchup, hellmans mayonaise) Pecs Pictures Page Twenty-One (name brand food and drink) (frenches mustard, musslemans applesauce, coke, pepsi, cherry 7-up, gatorade, squeezit, 7-up, kool-aid burst, sprite, aunt jemima waffles, eggo waffles,) Pecs Pictures Page Twenty-Two (name brand crackers) (chicken tenders, corn on the cob, bugles, teddy grahams, honey maid graham cracker, keebler graham cracker, cheese nips, town house crackers, ritz crackers, club crackers, cheez-it, hi ho crackers) Pecs Pictures Page Twenty-Three (name brand frozen foods) (tomstone pizza, freschetta pizza, tonys pizza, red baron pizza, mrs. pauls fish sticks, gortons fish sticks, van de kamps fish sticks, french fries, tator tots, green giant frozen peas, green giant frozen corn, green giant niblets corn on the cob) Pecs Pictures Page Twenty-Four (name brand cereals) (premium saltine crackers, lucky charms, french toast crunch, kix, cocoa pebbles, post raisin brain, kellogs frosted flakes, fruit loops, cheerios, cinnamon toast crunch, apple jacks, trix) Pecs Pictures Page Twenty-Five (name brand cereals and breakfast foods) (cocoa krispies, cookie crisp, rice krispies, kellogs smacks, cocoa puffs, nilla wafers, keebler vanilla wafers, nutri grain bars, kudos, pop tarts, nature valley granola bars, keebler animal crackers ) Pecs Pictures Page Twenty-Six (candy) (snickers, plain m&m's, peanut m&m's, milky way, fruit roll ups, fruit gushers, chips ahoy cookies, string thing, nutter butter cookies, chips deluxe cookies, fig newtons, trix fruit candy ) Pecs Pictures Page Twenty-Seven (candy,baked beans,yogurt,tuna) (twix, 3 musketeers, colombo yogurt, dannon yogurt, bushs baked beans, b&m baked beans, van camps beans, chicken of the sea tuna fish, star kist tuna fish, green giant canned corn, green giant canned peas)