The Sixth Sense II

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Future Horizons, 2002 - Education - 21 pages
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This unique and easy-to-use lesson plan was developed to share information about autism spectrum disorders with general education students, to explain behaviors that might otherwise be misinterpreted as frightening, odd, or rude. Reviewing of the five senses with students creates the perfect introduction to their sixth--or social--sense. Then the perspective-taking activities focus on how other people see, hear, touch, taste, and smell, and how that can affect the way they feel and think. The Sixth Sense II is more comprehensive than the previous release and is appropriate for elementary students ages 7-12. This revised version also includes an FAQ section and a helpful Resource Guide!

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  • Review of the 5 Senses
  • Perspective-taking and the Sixth Sense
  • What is it like to have a Sixth Sense impairment?
  • How can we help?
     
 

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Carol Gray has over twenty years of experience educating students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Carol initiated the use of Social Stories in 1991 and has written numerous articles, chapters, and books on the subject. She is a sought-after speaker in the United States and abroad. Carol is the director of The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding, a non-profit organization that serves people with ASD, and currently works privately with students, parents, and professionals in a variety of educational and vocational settings.

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