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Improving Social Behaviors in the Classroom: An Easy Curriculum for Teachers of Young Children with Autism, Developmental Disabilities, and Typical Children
Freeman, Stephanny, Ph.D., Gazi Begum, M.A., Kirsten Hayashida, M.Ed., and Tanya Paparella, Ph.D.
Different Roads to Learning / Softcover / 2011-07-01 / 0975585983
Behaviour Analysis / Learning Disabilities
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Provides day-by-day lessons to be incorporated into a regular school day. Designed for preschool or early elementary students with autism spectrum disorders, but can also be used with students who have developmental or emotional difficulties.

There are four categories: Possessive Understanding/Acknowledgement of Others; Basic Initiation Skills; Turn Taking and Simple Social Play; and Cooperation. There are daily lessons that span 25 weeks. Each week contains a listing of the behavioral objective, how to identify the skill components and a list of lessons and materials for the week.

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