What's in the Bag?

What's in the Bag?

Author: Elisa Sousa

To reinforce communication skills needed during conversation and throughout social communciation.

This lesson plan outlines a sample lesson used to encourage social skills for children age pre-school to second grade. This plan can included both typically and atypically developing children. The teacher can use a role modeling strategy to pre-teach what skills are needed for socialization with peers and others. This tutorial can be used to brief assistant teachers, adult support personnel, as well as children in introducing this language development lesson plan.
Note to teachers:  test yourself within the "quiz" portion to the right.  This was borrowed from http://highered.mheducation.com/sites/0072322357/student_view0/chapter5/multiple_choice_quiz.htm


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A lesson plan and game for children preschool to second grade that encourages language skills and socialization.

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