Communication and Interaction

IEP targets for Communication and Interaction :

To manage hyper/hypo sensitivity to light.
To manage hyper/ hypo sensitivity to touch.
To manage hyper/hypo sensitivity to taste.
To manage hyper/ hypo sensitivity to smell.
To make / maintain eye contact.
To use polite sentences eg thank you, please.
To respond when called.
To ask for help.
To address low self esteem.
To wait for a pause in conversation before attempting to gain attention.
To follow simple commands.
To engage with the starter.
To compliment appropriately.
To greet others / respond to a greeting.
To manage obsession.
To cope with changes to routine.
To work collaboratively.
To be aware of others physical space.
To mange homework / course work demands.
To modify behaviour.
To improve independent skills.
To recognise emotions.
To speak clearly without mumbling.
To speak at an appropriate volume.
To look at the listener/audience when speaking.
To maintain eye contact with the listener whilst speaking.
To alter the intonation of your voice when speaking.
To speak in a formal way when appropriate.
To be polite when speaking to an adult.
To be respectful when speaking to others.
To plan what you will say before starting to converse.
To state your point clearly.
To give your opinion when asked.
To follow the programme as advised by  SALT.
To practise at home as advised by SALT.
To wait for your turn to speak.
To ask for permission to speak.
To contribute to a paired discussion.
To contribute to a group discussion.
To contribute to a class discussion.
Show that you are listening by giving the speaker your attention.
Maintain eye contact with the speaker whilst listening.
Think about what the speaker is saying.
Think about anything you may wish to clarify.
Think about a question you may want to ask.
Build up a  picture in your mind about the speaker’s subject.
Decide whether you agree with the points made by the speaker.
Show that you have listened by quoting something the speaker has said.
Show that you have listened by adding to something the speaker has said.
Show that you have listened by politely disagreeing with something the speaker has said.
Show that you have listened by commenting on something that has been said.
Show that you have listened by asking a question.
Make relevant notes while the speaker is talking.
Show that you have listened by asking a question.
Make relevant notes while the speaker is talking.
To make / maintain eye contact.
To use polite sentences eg thank you, please.
To respond when called.
To ask for help.
To address low self esteem.
To wait for a pause in conversation before attempting to gain attention.
To follow simple commands.
To engage with the starter.
To compliment appropriately.
To greet others / respond to a greeting.
To manage obsession.
To cope with changes to routine.
To work collaboratively.
To be aware of others physical space.
To mange homework / course work demands.