Talking

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.

How to Talk to My Friends

Talking In Class

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

 

 

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