By Rebecca Moyes
How do lecturers and fogeys of kids with autism handle a kid's social talents? And what do they do approximately challenge behaviors? This ebook offers attainable causes for those behaviors, and a wealth of sensible support for either lecturers and fogeys to deal with them. academics how you can create environmental helps and the way to include particular educating innovations. scholars with autism examine the hot abilities they may desire, and methods of creating their habit extra applicable. This publication is stuffed with functional tips to take on other kinds of demanding behaviors either within the school room and out of doors it.
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41 SOCIAL LANGUAGE DIFFICULTIES Children with autism spectrum disorders have difficulty with social language, or pragmatic language. They may not understand how to begin a conversation, maintain the topic of conversation, use modulation in their voices and/or read the same in others. These are the social niceties that make us adept in communication. Children with autism may also use words or phrases in unusual ways. EXAMPLE I A ten-year-old boy with high-functioning autism thoroughly enjoyed his dinner of roast beef and asked his mother if he could have some more game.
PROBLEMS WITH SELF-ESTEEM AND/OR DEPRESSION Many children with autism, especially the children who are higher functioning, become keenly aware of their differences as they approach grade three or four (and sometimes even sooner). For some children with autism, their difficulties at school become so overwhelming that they cannot see their positive qualities at all. As we have seen in the example where the boy forgot to bring home his textbooks, when adults and other children point out their deficits, glimmers of depression or anger may surface.
Often times, teacher aides or therapeutic staff personnel are assigned to prompt children with autism throughout their school day. These children may certainly have need for such help. However, they may also be aware that other children do not have these supports, 46 ADDRESSING CHALLENGING BEHAVIOR IN THE CLASSROOM which may cause them some embarrassment. They may become mean to their support personnel or refuse to take direction from these staff members. The children may refuse to join in tasks or avoid work that makes them feel inadequate (physical education, recess games, math or reading work, art class).
Addressing the Challenging Behavior of Children With High-Functioning Autism Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers and Parents by Rebecca Moyes