Social Skills Training for Adolescents with General Moderate Learning Difficulties

By Ursula Cornish; Fiona Ross | Go to book overview
Contents
Preface7
Introduction9
    Choice of Social Skills Training programmes10
    Strategies for using Social Skills Training programmes11
    Behavioural approaches11
    Cognitive approaches12
    Distinguishing between public and private13
    Developing language skills13
    Coping with real life13
    Need for practice14
    Aims of the programme set out in this book14
    National Curriculum Link15
Part 1:How to start17
    Needs analysis19
    Social Skills Checklist19
    Interviews21
    Observations28
    Sociograms33
Part2:The Training Programme39
    Introduction: Planning the sessions41
    Session format42
    Physical organization43
    Communication with parents, carers and teachers43
    Timing of each session43
   Session1:Listening and paying attention45
    Session plan46
     Homework Sheet 1.1: Good Listening Prompt Sheet52
     Model letter to parents/carers at the end of Session153
   Session2:Listening and turn-taking54
    Session plan55
     Pictures for colouring activity57
     Model letter to parents/carers at the end of Session260

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