Students with learning disabilities may have difficulty in situations
involving more advanced social interactions. Addressing emotions
resulting from various situations and appropriate reactions can
be beneficial for some students. Here are some ways that simulate
social implications and strategies.
Designed by Carol Gray from the Gray
Center, these stories provide information about particular situations for
students to practice or be prepared for what is to come
Tool for problem solving, feelings, direct consequences
of actions and resolutions; monitor behavior through discussions. Stories model
the discourse skills required for students to think, learn and communicate verbally
and in writing.