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Activity Schedules for Children With Autism, Second Edition: Teaching…

by Lynn E. McClannahan

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"A revolutionary teaching tool, an activity schedule is a set of pictures and/or words that cue children and adults to perform tasks, engage in activities, or enjoy rewards. For example, activity schedules can help a person do laundry, talk to a classmate, or play with toys. This new edition of the bestselling guide for families and professionals covers all the exciting successes and far-reaching impacts of using activity schedules--increased independence, social interaction, self-management--and provides the reader with step-by-step guidance for creating and implementing them"--Cover, p. 4.… (more)

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Not my favorite. Its a lot of reading with little information. ( )
  Carley_dyer | Feb 24, 2016 |
Provides a comprehensive guide to using activity schedules as a teaching tool for children and adults with autism. Defines an activity schedule as a set of pictures and/or words that cue children and adults to perform tasks, engage in activities, or enjoy rewards. Provides step-by-step guidance for creating and implementing activity schedules. Includes specific chapters on teaching methods, expanding social interaction skills, and using activity schedules to promote life skills for adults.
  ThePinesLibrary | Oct 29, 2014 |
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"A revolutionary teaching tool, an activity schedule is a set of pictures and/or words that cue children and adults to perform tasks, engage in activities, or enjoy rewards. For example, activity schedules can help a person do laundry, talk to a classmate, or play with toys. This new edition of the bestselling guide for families and professionals covers all the exciting successes and far-reaching impacts of using activity schedules--increased independence, social interaction, self-management--and provides the reader with step-by-step guidance for creating and implementing them"--Cover, p. 4.

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