Interrupting Social Narrative for Blurting Behaviors – Visual Cue

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If you work with students who have trouble with interrupting or blurting out, this resource is for you! This interrupting social narrative created for students with autism or other disabilities to teach the concept of listening during conversation and not speaking over others.

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If you work with students who have trouble with interrupting or blurting out, this resource is for you! This interrupting social narrative created for students with autism or other disabilities to teach the concept of listening during conversation and not speaking over others.

This is a one page story with approximately 14 lines of text, with accompanying pictures. Visuals are great ways to teach skills to early learners!

This story explains:

  • What interrupting is
  • How it is polite to wait your turn to speak and listen to others
  • How to raise your hand to get someone’s attention, rather than interrupt!
  • To not repeat the same question once it has been asked

Repeating these expectations to your learner can help teach the skills necessary to replace the problem behavior of interrupting. Remember that behavior change does not happen overnight. Practice, practice, practice this skill using modeling and positive reinforcement!

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