Help Students Become Proficient in Language & Social Communication Skills

Instruct students on ways to effectively use appropriate social communication. Support students’ social skill development. 

Social Communication
Social Communication

What is social communication?

Social communication is the ability to communicate in a variety of social situations using verbal and non-verbal means. It includes the ability to connect with own own emotions, as well as those of others, to express yourself appropriately in different social situations. Pragmatic skills include, but are not limited to, maintaining the topic of conversation, initiating a conversation or interaction, making eye contact, repairing conversational breakdowns, and taking turns.

Social Communication Program

Social Communication Program Highlights

At Amplio, we focus on helping your students develop their social communication skills. Some program highlights are shown below for reference. Want to see more? Our programs are always growing based on feedback from our team of experts.

Materials for students with varying pragmatic goal areas, interests, and language levels
Support for conversational initiation and interaction
Activities to improve understanding and use of different dialogue styles
Tasks to improve understand and use of various communicative intents
  • Labeling
  • Requests
  • Comments
  • Refusals
  • Responding
  • Asking questions
Social scenes and activities to help students to understand and take others’ perspectives
  • Perspective of others
  • Making inferences
  • Humor and sarcasm
  • Figurative language
  • Fig picture/gestalt
Real-life images and relatable social scenes to help comprehension and interpretation of nonverbal communication
  • Active listening
  • Communicative gestures
  • Facial expressions
Generalization tasks to target conversations and collaborations
Activities to work on ‘conversational norms'
  • Perspective of others
  • Making inferences
  • Humor and sarcasm
  • Figurative language
  • Big picture/gestalt

Standards Alignment for Social Communication Programs

The Amplio Social Communication Program is aligned to educational standards, including the Common Core Standards, as well as other state standards.

 

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Intervention Scenario: Social Communication Therapy

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