Talking

The special education resources on this page were authored by Watson Institute’s special education consultants and faculty.

These behavior stories may benefit your students.  They can be downloaded, saved and edited to suit your needs.  The * notation indicates the story is  formatted in a Power Point presentation and the ** notation indicates a Power Point with sound narration.  Each Power Point has animation included on each slide.  Some occur automatically – some occur on a “click”.  Feel free to send comments or questions to info@thewatsoninstitute.org.

Saying Hello at School

How to Talk to My Friends – (behaviors of concern: touching, sticking out tongue)

How to Talk to My Friends – (behavior of concern: touching hair)

Talking In Class*

Talking in Class (for younger children)*

What Kids Expect – Personal Space and Rules

What Kids Expect: Talking Loud

Eye Contact

Questions, Questions, Questions

Questions, Questions, Questions – easier version

Questions, Questions, Questions*

Questions, Questions, Questions**

Quiet Please

Quiet Please Young – With Pictures

Raise Your Hand

Rules of Talking

Talking to Teachers

Look So Everyone Can Hear Me

Everyone is Different

When Someone Is Talking

When Someone is Talking*

When Someone is Talking**

Use My Words

Calm and Quiet

Green Words and Red Words

Green Words and Red Words*

Green Words and Red Words**

Talking and Friends

Talking and Friends*

Talking and Friends**

Everyone Asks Questions

Sometimes Kids Whisper

Sometimes Kids Whisper* 

Talking at Lunch

Use My Big Boy Voice

My Principals -Their Job and How We Talk Together

Psychologist and Her Job

What is a Teacher’s Job

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