Model Me Conversation Cues®

The Model Me Conversation Cues® video features middle and high school-aged children demonstrating social skills at school and in the community. Each scene lasts between 30 seconds and 3 minutes, depending on the chapter. At the end of each chapter is a storyboard summarizing the rules taught.

Hosted by teenagers from the video, who narrate each scene.

With narration: In the first half, the visual is combined with narration and graphics that help explain the particular rule.

Without narration: In the second half, the same video is repeated without narration and graphics. This allows a parent, teacher, or therapist to customize the lesson the individual child and/or to test what was learned in the first viewing of the video.

Each conversation skill is demonstrated in more than one situation and across environments. This is useful to children with Autism and Asperger's because it helps with generalization of the skill taught.

Graphics and music are used to make the video appealing to children with Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, and Nonverbal Learning Disorders. A high production value helps keep the child's interest so that he or she will want to watch many times.

Run Time: Approx. 68 min.
Recommended for ages 9-17

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social skills curriculumTeaching Manuals & Student Workbooks
Extra teaching resources for use with the videos: A Teaching Manual with lesson plans and progress charts. A social skills workbook with worksheets and activities.


Teachers: Use to build a social skills curriculum.
Parents: Use to structure home-based instruction and reinforce skills presented in the videos.
Sold separately from the videos.

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Model Me Conversation Topics Include:

- When To Start Conversation
- Cue: Interested
- Cue: Not Interested
- How To Start Conversation
- Cue: Bored
- Take Turns
- Maintain Conversation
- Talk on Topic
- Cue: Disbelief
- Cue: Confused
- My Cues
- End Conversation

Model Me Conversation Cues Sample Scenes:

Aspergers Conversation
lunchtime conversation

Aspergers Cues
read cues

Community Aspergers
in the community

Aspergers Classroom
when to start conversation

Take Turns Aspergers Syndrome
take turns talking

Aspergers Maintain Conversation
maintain conversation

Join Conversation Aspergers
when to join conversation