1. Topic-
Student's lesson plan for social skills, behavioral management, Sharing and communicating with other. Making Good choices.
2. Content-
Students is a Pre- school student, he is 4 years old. He has not been diagnosed with ASD/ADHD, but he does have the characteristic of both disorders. He has hypersensitivity to being touched, he takes his shoes on and off. He does have a delay in speech. He does not care about the feelings of others. He has extreme meltdowns, he is unable to sit still or pay attention.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Students will be able to sit in his square on the carpet when instructed to do so.
2.Students will be able to listen and pay attention the teacher is talking.
3.Students will be able line up for activities and walk quietly down the hallway.
4.Students will be able to regulate his emotions and not scream, hit,or kick teachers/ classmates.
5. Students will learn to take turns with his favorite activities.
6. Peers will be able to understand/ interact with Students.
4. Objectives-
1.To teach Students social skills.
2.To teach Students to take turns with others.
3.To teach Students how to regulate his emotions.
4. Teach Students to make good choices.
5. Materials and Aids-
Computer, Books, Videos, Peers, Teacher,board games, worksheets, visuals, cue cards.
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Using his favorite activity computer to watch video modeling and social stories.
2.Color visuals
3.bubble gum rewards chart.

B. Development-

1.Watching a video with the Students/ class that shows others students modeling appropriate behaviors.
2.Read social stories to teach social skills.
3.Role play with other teachers/students to model behaviors.

C. Practice-

1.Activities that require taking turn( such as swings, slide etc. on the playground).
2.Play games that help with social skills, taking turns, focus.
3.Model standing in line and walking quietly in the hallway or other activities.

D. Independent Practice-

1.Allow Students to walk to the bathroom, office.
2.Let Students take turns during his favorite activities.
3.Self regulate during meltdowns.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Quite area in the classroom when he is over stimulated.
2.All for breaks to go for a walk.
3.Stress balls.
4. Move Students away from students who distract/ trigger behaviors.
5. Allow Students more time to complete tasks.

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Observe Students making good choices.
2.Observe Students/Peer interactions.
3.Talk with Students, ask him question about his learned skills.

G. Closure-

1.Students, responded very well to my lesson plan.
2.The bubble gum rewards chart worked great.
3.Visual aids worked very well, it made it easy for him to make better choices.
7. Evaluation-
1.Recorded data of Students making good choices.
2.Observed Students/ peer interactions.
8. Teacher Reflection-
Students did very well with learning to walk quietly down the hallway. He puts his hands behind his back and pretends that he has a bubble in his mouth to remain quite. Sharing the computer is still a big issue. I talked with Students and asked him why he wouldn't let his class mates take turns on the computer. I asked him if he had a computer at home? He told me he didn't. My wife and I decided to purchase a laptop for him as a Christmas present. He doesn't know about it yet, but we hope that it will make a difference for him and he will start to let his classmates have a turn in the computer center. Students also still has meltdowns, but not as intense or frequent. The role playing actually worked. He still screams, but he didn't throw things or hit/kick others. He loves bubble gum, so the bubble gum rewards chart seemed to really work for him. His teacher has also noticed that he does listen and pay attention more when she is talking to the class. However, there is one student who seems to always trigger bad behaviors when he touches Students. The teacher liked my lesson plan, and plans to implement parts of my plan to teach "Timmy" to keep his hands to his self.(Respect others personal space). I also discovered that Students has a problem with writing(Dysgraphia) and will have a meltdown if he is asked to write a lot.

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