Many children on our caseloads have social pragmatic language goals aimed at improving their social emotional functioning in a variety of settings. In therapy we often target our clients ability to engage in interpersonal negotiations, interpret ambiguous facial expressions, as well as appropriately relate to peers.
However, oftentimes finding appropriate and relevant real-life photos is a challenge for busy clinicians. That is why I created the “Social Pragmatic Language Activity Pack“.
This 30 page social pragmatic photo/question set is intended for children ages 6 and older. It is organized in a hierarchy of complexity ranging from basic social scenarios to more abstract and socially ambiguous situations. Some photos contain additional short stories with questions that focus on auditory memory, processing, and comprehension.
There are on average 10-20 questions per each photo, and each photo takes up one page. While some scenarios may be suitable for younger children, most are suitable for children ages 8-9 and older. Select scenarios containing abstract concepts may be suitable only for upper elementary or middle school aged students. These sets are suitable for both individual therapy sessions as well as group work. Depending on the student’s abilities and extent of deficits, one set (one page) may take up to 30 minutes to complete.
Areas covered by the questions:
- Recognizing Emotional Reactions
- Explaining Facial Expressions
- Making Predictions
- Making Inferences (re: people, locations, thoughts, feelings, and actions)
- Multiple Interpretations (of actions and settings)
- Interpersonal Negotiations
- Peer Relatedness (Support)
- Interpreting Ambiguous Situations
- Problem Solving
- Determining Solutions
- Determining Causes
- Determining Perspectives
- Social Judgment
- Safety Rules
So don’t delay and grab your set today. You can find it HERE in my online store.