Samuel’s Schedule: (Activity To Practice Reading Comprehension And Social Skills For Autistic Children)


This educational material, centered around “Samuel’s Schedule,” offers an engaging and insightful way to teach autistic children and young people about reading comprehension and life skills through structured activities. The story of Samuel, a 10-year-old boy who loves routines, provides a foundation for understanding how one can adapt to changes and explore new environments despite initial discomfort. By following Samuel’s experiences—from his daily routine to his unexpected change in plans when his bus is delayed—learners can see practical examples of how to manage anxiety and embrace unexpected events in life. Alongside the narrative, this material includes interactive role-playing games that simulate real-life scenarios like visiting a museum, dealing with changes at a park, and handling delays. These role-plays encourage autistic children to practice and develop their social and coping skills in a controlled environment, fostering their ability to navigate and adapt to real-world situations. Through these activities, learners are not only engaged in understanding the text but also in applying its lessons in versatile and practical ways.



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