By Charlotte Baker-Shenk, Dennis Cokely
Cokely D., Baker-Shenk C. American signal Language.. A scholar textual content, devices 1-9 (Gallaudet college Press, 1991)(ISBN 0930323866)(400dpi)(194s)
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Stage 3 Try it Out New skills are tried out within the safe environment of the group. Stage 4 Stepping Out Clients are supported in making any new skills part of their daily lives. Activities are made progressively more challenging by extending the group's decision-making skills, and by providing a range of practice opportunities. Stepping Out, Not Staying Put An important part of any social skills programme is to allow clients opportunities to practise relevant social communication skills in as realistic a context as possible.
Everyone in the group should have a turn to say: a) One thing I like about your appearance is b) One thing I think you could improve is The group leader may need to keep a firm grip on this activity to maintain a balance of strengths and needs. Page 65 Changes Materials Paper and pens. Procedure As a result of the previous activities, people may wish to make a change in their appearance and presentation. This could be made as an agreement or pledge for change. For example: 1 To get my hair cut regularly; 2 To buy new shoes.
The more similar the photographs, the more challenging the activity. 2 Descriptions Page 52 Who is it? Materials Photographs of people relevant to the group, eg. residential staff, television personalities, family members. Samples of the same people talking on tape. Procedure The group leader presents the photographs for people to identify. 3). 3 Who is it? The group leader plays the taped voice samples for people to guess who is talking. Page 53 Guess the Job Materials Photographs or pictures of people in the community in their work environment.
American sign language: a student text, units 1-9 by Charlotte Baker-Shenk, Dennis Cokely