Resource Sharing:  Create and Share a Vignette

Vignettes for application
1. Look at the people who are talking
2. Wait for a point when no one else is talking
3. Make a short, relevant comment that relates to the topic discussed
4. Give other people a chance to participate
1. Look at the person
2. Ask the person in he or she can help you
3. Clearly describe the problem or what kind of help you need
4. Thank the person for helping you

d2238853                                                                                                             February 6, 2018 at 10:48 pm

Joining in a conversation

You check LINE to see if your friends are talking about where and when to play badminton today. One of your friends posts “who would like to play, please respond”. You want to express what you wish for.

llwatson1985                                                                                                             January 29, 2018 at 5:20 am

Joining in a conversation

You are eating at the school lunch table. There are 2 other children talking. First, wait for both of them to take a break from talking. Second, make a comment on something they said. Third, Wait for them to say about what you said, or an additional comment about what they were talking about.

Kira Richardson                                                                                                             January 17, 2018 at 10:29 pm

Joining in a conversation

You hear your classmates discussing a level of your favorite video game that you haven’t reached yet, you want to talk to them about it. Use the joining in a conversation vignette.

taylorcalame                                                                                                             January 17, 2018 at 1:11 pm

Joining in a conversation

You hear a friend mention that they like Star Wars, and you know the new movie comes out to theaters this weekend. Use the Joining a Conversation Vignette.

Madoka                                                                                                             January 16, 2018 at 12:05 am

Joining in a conversation

You are in your class and are hanging up your bookbag and coat. You notice that one of your friends, Mark, walking into the classroom looking sad. You want to help Mark. Use your joining in on a conversation skill.

Sarah                                                                                                             January 12, 2018 at 11:28 am

Asking for help

You are in class and it is time for snack. You can’t open your bag of chips. A teacher is near you. Look at the teacher and ask for help. Let the teacher know you need help opening your chips. Thank the teacher for helping you.

Kylie                                                                                                             January 9, 2018 at 8:45 pm

Asking for help

Your teacher is at their desk. You walk over to the desk and say, “Can you help me?”. You don’t understand how to finish a worksheet and need help with the instructions. Your teachers helps you and you say “thank you”.

takema.bcba                                                                                                             January 4, 2018 at 6:17 pm

Joining in a conversation

You hear your friends talking about what they want for their birthday. You want to tell them what you want. Use the join in conversation skill.

alex                                                                                                             January 1, 2018 at 4:51 pm

Other social skill

Say “hello”

1)To go to someone
2)Wait to get an eye contact
3)Give a hand and say “hello”

You notice a someone you know. You go to this person, wait to get an eye contact, give a hand and say “hello”

Danusia                                                                                                             December 31, 2017 at 4:22 pm

Other social skill

Initiating a conversation with a girl you’re attracted to.

1. Read the social situation. Is the person available to talk?
2. Reading body language. Is the person receptive, or giving you signals you can approach?
3. Small talk scripts, previewed and rehearsed.

You see a girl you’re taking a class with who is standing outside the classroom alone before the class starts. Use you reading social situations, reading body language and small talk scripts.

Alyssa                                                                                                             December 31, 2017 at 4:11 pm

Other social skill

Initiating a Greeting

1. Locate desired person in which you want to converse with
2. Wait until they are in close proximity and visually available (OR, if they are talking to someone, wait for a pause in conversation)
3. Provide an appropriate greeting and/or phrase with eye contact (i.e., hey, hello, hi__(name of person).)
4. Wait for greeting to be reciprocated

Dan notices that Evan is sitting at the lunch table next to their mutual friend Luke. Evan and Luke were laughing, but once at least 2-3 seconds went by of no one talking, Dan said, “Hey! Can I sit with you guys?” Both boys say, “of course, sit down, Dan!”

Valerie                                                                                                             December 13, 2017 at 11:38 am

Asking for help

The teacher gives instructions on how to complete the assignment but you were distracted and did not pay attention. Everyone else is working on the assignment now but you are not sure what to do. Use the asking for help skill.