Rules in the Workplace // This Week’s Downloadable Oneder Lessons

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We’re excited to share the newest lesson added to the Oneder Shared Library. Each lesson and activity customized to support the needs of your learner or student.

Oneder lessons are a complete package of materials and goals to support each learner in all environments. Once downloaded, you can edit any aspect of the lesson to best support the needs of each learner.


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Lesson: Rules in the Workplace
Location: Work
Domain: Vocational
Subdomain: Workplace Behavior

To differentiate this lesson
Beginner learner: Incorporate a visual story that relates school rules to workplace rules, identify similarities and differences.
Advanced learner: Incorporate two choice boards, one for rules and another for safety for more functional access.

Goals to target within this lesson
1. The learner will abide by company and safety rules as they relate to the position in (X)% of opportunities.

Oneder

To download lessons from the shared library:
1. Click on the Shared Library tab on the left side of the screen in the Oneder Editor
2. Locate the desired lesson
3. Click ‘Download’ for desired lesson
4. The lesson will appear under your lessons in the teacher dashboard. From here it can be edited, assigned to students, and published.


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Staying on Topic // This Week’s Downloadable Oneder Lessons

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We’re excited to share the newest lesson added to the Oneder Shared Library. Each lesson and activity customized to support the needs of your learner or student.

Oneder lessons are a complete package of materials and goals to support each learner in all environments. Once downloaded, you can edit any aspect of the lesson to best support the needs of each learner.


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Lesson: Staying on Topic
Location: School
Domain: Communication
Subdomain: Social Skills

This lesson supports an intermediate learner to stay on topic while talking to an adult or peer using a variety of instructional supports, including a visual story, visual schedule and a choice board.

To differentiate this lesson
Beginner learner: Incorporate voice hotspots to support a beginner learner to effectively communicate the topic they wish to discuss.
Advanced learner: Incorporate a lesson based vocabulary grid.

Goal to target within this lesson
1. The learner will stay on-topic during conversations across all contexts for the duration of (X) minutes.

Oneder

To download lessons from the shared library:
1. Click on the Shared Library tab on the left side of the screen in the Oneder Editor
2. Locate the desired lesson
3. Click ‘Download’ for desired lesson
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Imitate Play, Transition Fair // This Week’s Downloadable Classroom Lessons

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1. Self-Monitoring Homework
Who is it for: Advanced learners
In this scene you will find a visual schedule template with assignment and due dates. Please customize for your students.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a visual story to explain what self-monitoring is, why it is used, and the benefits.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a choice board for the week’s homework in order to further support independence.

2. Crossing the Street
Who is it for: Intermediate learners
In this scene you will find a visual story highlighting the key items student’s need to know when crossing the street.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a video model or visual schedule with timer to practice waiting.
• For advanced learners: Practice within the community, with the support of the application so the student can refer back if needed.

3. Giver-Putter Activity
Who is it for: Beginner learners
In this scene you will find a visual story to explain the steps within a giver-putter activity.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate additional components within the activity, such as unloading the dishwasher, so the student needs to move around the kitchen. Add these new steps into the schedule and review prior to practice.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a visual schedule of giver-putter activities that needed to be done within a vocational setting, with timers for each.

4. Attend Transition Fair
Who is it for: Advanced learners
In this scene you will find a visual story explaining what a transition fair is, and a simple visual schedule of what to do at the transition fair.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a visual story to target the significance of independent living, advanced education, and job opportunities.
• For intermediate learners: Alongside the student, create choice boards to target what the student finds important for independent living, interests related to advanced education, and what types of jobs he/she finds interesting. This will further support their organization when going into a transition fair.

5. Imitate Play
Who is it for: Beginner learners
In this scene you will find three video models of playing with Play-Doh.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate more complex actions and a string of two actions to imitate within a video model.
• For advanced learners: Remove the video model and incorporate a visual schedule of the desired imitated actions.


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Oneder Lesson: Staying on Topic

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Turn Taking in a Conversation, Doing Laundry // This Week’s Downloadable Classroom Lessons

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1. Arrive to Work on Time
Who is it for: Intermediate learners
In this scene you will find a visual story on how to prepare for arriving to work on time.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a visual schedule to support telling time.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a choice board that has folders for each day and the student’s work schedule as buttons in each.

 

2. Turn Taking in a Conversation
Who is it for: Intermediate learners
In this scene you will a variety of auditory output to support your student asking questions to a peer or adult.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a video model that just targets the student asking questions.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a visual schedule as a reminder of questions the student can ask.

 

3. Work Readiness Task
Who is it for: Intermediate learners
In this scene you will find a video model of sorting silverware and choice boards to support the student in answering questions related to the task.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Isolate sorting silverware in various environments and with varying sizes to ensure comprehension.
• For intermediate learners: Swap out the video model for image hotspots of work tasks the student has and will be performing.

 

4. Daily Routine Supports, Laundry
Who is it for: Advanced learners
In this scene you will find a choice board of supplies and a visual schedule for washing and drying laundry.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate video models for each step within the visual schedule.
• For intermediate learners: Choose a single step or a chain of 2-3 steps within the sequence to practice until the student has mastered each step.

 

5. Regulate Water Temperature
Who is it for: Beginner learners
In this scene you will find a visual story introducing hot versus cold water and a video model on how to regulate water from the sink.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a visual story on when it is appropriate to use hot water and when it is appropriate to use cold water (i.e. taking a shower versus drinking water)
• For advanced learners: Fade supports and encourage the student to turn water to “hot” and turn water to “cold”. If additional support is needed, the video model is available to view.


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2. Tap on the scene you want to import
3. Tap on the import button

Your scene is now located in My Library under My Downloaded Supports

Add the scene to your desktop:
1. Enter edit mode
2. Tap on the green plus sign to add scene
3. Add scene from My Library
4. Select the scene you want to add
5. Tap import. Your scene is now imported to your current location.

Check back next week for our content on:
Self-monitoring homework
Crossing the street
Giver-Putter Activity
Attend transition fair
Imitate play

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Socialize with Peers, Parts of a Story – This week’s lessons in your community library

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1. Meaning of Community Signs
Who is it for: Intermediate learners
In this scene you will find four signs, each with a brief description of their meaning.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Target one sign at a time beginning with receptive identification.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate choice boards to target where these signs are located in the community.

 

2. Parts of a Story
Who is it for: Advanced learners
In this scene you will find a story diagram with brief reminders of what each part of the story should include. Students can use this a guide when writing their own stories or identifying parts of a story during a lesson.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a visual story that targets components of the beginning, middle and end of a story.
• For intermediate learners: Include additional details within each story that provides examples of the specific part.

 

3. Socialize with Peers
Who is it for: Beginner learners
In this scene you will find four choice boards of varying topics that a student can use to communicate with a peer.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Increase the selections in the choice boards, as well as incorporate additional choice boards based on the student’s interests.
• For advanced learners: Move to communicating using the vocabulary grid and customize buttons and folders according to the student’s interests.

 

4. Ask Questions Related to Interests
Who is it for: Advanced learners
In this scene you will find a visual schedule that navigates the student through planning, calling a volunteer location, and asking questions related to their interest.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate choice boards that target areas of interest and encourage the student to identify their own interests.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a visual story or video model for each step within the schedule to ensure comprehension.

 

5. Identify Coins
Who is it for: Beginner learners
In this scene you will find the four most used coins and visual stories that describe each. In addition, there is a visual schedule to support skill acquisition.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a visual schedule to target identification of value in each coin.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a visual story on how to add coin values together.


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To import from the community library:
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2. Tap on the scene you want to import
3. Tap on the import button

Your scene is now located in My Library under My Downloaded Supports

Add the scene to your desktop:
1. Enter edit mode
2. Tap on the green plus sign to add scene
3. Add scene from My Library
4. Select the scene you want to add
5. Tap import. Your scene is now imported to your current location.

Check back next week for our content on:
Arrive to work on time
Turn Taking in a conversation
Work readiness tasks
Daily routine supports
Regulate Water temperature

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Words and Phrases, ELA Content // This Week’s Downloadable Classroom Lessons

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We are excited to share the newest content added to the TeachMate365 and AutisMate365 community library. Each scene and or support can be downloaded separately and later customized to support the needs of your learner or student.

TeachMate365 includes in-app data tracking with automatic graphing of your student’s IEP goals. TeachMate365’s data tracking tool is accessed from within the application and can be tracked simultaneously with instruction and response.

Although data tracking is not a feature of AutisMate365, AutisMate365 users can also access the new content and target the same goals outlined below without the data-tracking feature.


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1. Meaning of Words and Phrases, Social Studies
Who is it for: Advanced learners

In this scene you will find two visual stories, each targeting a different way to look up word definitions and word phrases.

Alignment: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.6-8.4
• Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary specific to domains related to history/social studies.

Targeted Goals:
• Student will use a dictionary to determine the meaning of unknown words related to history and social studies topics.
• Student will use an online resource to determine the phrase of unknown phrases related to history and social studies topics.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a video model schedule to support the student independently complete the task.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate additional details in the visual story, such as how to search by alphabetical order.

 

2. Identify Author and Illustrator
Who is it for: Beginner learners

In this scene you will find the cover of a book with image hotspots to target author and illustrator. In addition, included is a brief explanation for the job of an author and illustrator.

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.K.6:
• With prompting and support, name the author and illustrator of a story and define the role of each in telling the story.

Targeted Goals:
• Student will identify the author and illustrator on the cover of 10 books.
• Student will accurately define the role of both author and illustrator.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Encourage the student to find the author and illustrator on physical books within the classroom and library.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a visual story to detail the steps an author takes when writing a story to will provide additional background information about an author.


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To import from the community library:
1. Navigate to the community library
2. Tap on the scene you want to import
3. Tap on the import button

Your scene is now located in My Library under My Downloaded Supports

Add the scene to your desktop:
1. Enter edit mode
2. Tap on the green plus sign to add scene
3. Add scene from My Library
4. Select the scene you want to add
5. Tap import. Your scene is now imported to your current location.

Check back next week for our content on:

Community Sign Meanings
Identify Parts of a Story
Socialize with Peers
Ask Questions Related to Interests
Identify Coins

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Purchasing a Meal, Heavy Movement Activities – This week’s lessons in your community library

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1. Hand Shakes During Greetings
Who is it for: Intermediate learners

In this scene you will find a video model of a formal greeting that student’s can view and imitate the action.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a video model prompt to support the student in greeting, introducing themselves, and shaking a hand.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a visual story to explain each step in the process, along with a video model to target desired behavior.

 

2. Purchasing a Meal
Who is it for: Advanced learners

In this scene you will find a schedule for purchasing a sandwich, including each step of selecting bread, meat, cheese, vegetables, and condiments.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Practice ordering a simple sandwich using a choice board or vocabulary grid. Once the student can order a simple sandwich, progress to more complex sandwiches.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a choice board for each selection.

 

3. Heavy Movement Activities
Who is it for: Beginner learners

In this scene you will find a video model prompt schedule for three heavy movement activities. This includes picking up items, wall push-ups, and crab walking.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Utilize static images within the visual schedule and remove the videos.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a choice board so the student can select which heavy movement activities they’d like to execute.

 

4. Time Management for Transportation
Who is it for: Advanced learners

In this scene you will find a visual story that explains each step in locating a train time using a transportation website. Please note: This will need to be customized per city area.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a video model of the process and support with 1:1 assistance to complete the process.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a video model schedule of the process and encourage the student to execute each step after viewing the video.

 

5. House Keeping Responsibilities
Who is it for: Intermediate learners

In this scene you will find three video models for house keeping chores, including vacuuming, sweeping, and cleaning windows. Additionally, there is a visual schedule for vacuuming.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Practice one skill at a time using the video models prior to completing the task independently.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a visual schedule for each task within a chore sequence.


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To import from the community library:
1. Navigate to the community library
2. Tap on the scene you want to import
3. Tap on the import button

Your scene is now located in My Library under My Downloaded Supports

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1. Enter edit mode
2. Tap on the green plus sign to add scene
3. Add scene from My Library
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5. Tap import. Your scene is now imported to your current location.

Check back next week for our content on:

Words and Phrases Related to History and Social Studies
Identify Author and Illustrator

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How Animals Move, Multi-Step Instructions – This week’s lessons in your community library

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1. Register for Standardized Exams
Who is it for: Advanced learners

In this scene you will find a visual story of how to register for the SAT exam. Note: further customization is needed for photos to reflect each step in the process.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a video model of the registration process.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a detailed visual schedule for each step in the registration process.

 

2. Sharing Evidence to Support Claims
Who is it for: Intermediate learners
In this scene you will find two video models with an oral passage recorded and a choice board for each.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate video models with only one sentence and encourage the student to retell what was said.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate more detailed video models and encourage the student to write notes down as they listen, and choose the main idea from their notes.

 

3. Multi-Step Instructions
Who is it for: Intermediate learners
In this scene you will find three visual schedules, each multi-step instructions used to support making food.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate additional steps and video models to target verbs, such as ‘open’.
• For advanced learners: Decrease steps within the schedules and incorporate more difficult tasks.

 

4. Community Signs Identification
Who is it for: Beginner learners
In this scene you will find six common community signs as image hotspots on a map.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate visual stories for each sign to explain the significance of each.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate additional signs that are found in the community.

 

5. How Animals Move
Who is it for: Beginner learners
In this scene you will find four animal types, with a choice board containing animals that fly, slither, walk, and swim.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Encourage the student to look through books and add additional animals to each category. Incorporate a visual story to explain the movements of each.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a visual story to address why animals move differently, where these animals are located, and additional ways animals move.


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To import from the community library:
1. Navigate to the community library
2. Tap on the scene you want to import
3. Tap on the import button

Your scene is now located in My Library under My Downloaded Supports

Add the scene to your desktop:
1. Enter edit mode
2. Tap on the green plus sign to add scene
3. Add scene from My Library
4. Select the scene you want to add
5. Tap import. Your scene is now imported to your current location.

Check back next week for our content on:

Hand Shaking During Greetings
Purchasing a Meal
Heavy Movement Activities
Time Management for Transportation
House Keeping Responsibilities

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Emergencies, Social Cues – This week’s lessons in your community library

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1. Feelings and Tools
Who is it for: Intermediate learners

In this scene you will find four typical feelings accompanied by a choice board with tools on how to proactively address each feeling.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate visual stories to address identifying feelings.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate additional feelings such as anxious, scared, weary, and silly and a choice board for each.

 

2. Contacting Persons During Emergency
Who is it for: Advanced learners

In this scene you will find a video model on how to dial 911 and a story that reinforces what an emergency is and what to do if there is an emergency.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate a visual story to explain what an emergency is in more detail and why it is important to get help in those situations.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate image hotspots and encourage the student to identify what is an emergency and what is not and emergency.

 

3. Locate Places in Community
Who is it for: Intermediate learners

In this scene you will find a map of a town with places of significance represented.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Target the identification of significant places in the community using a visual story or choice board.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a map of the learners town and the places they frequent. Encourage the learner to locate each place in relation to their house and discuss how they might get there (i.e. bike, public transit, car).

 

4. Using Appropriate Social Cues
Who is it for: Advanced learners

In this scene you will find three short visual stories addressing eye contact, personal space, and greetings. A video model is also incorporated within the greetings visual story.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Introduce each concept on a small scale using video models. Encourage the student to practice having eye contact, personal space, and greeting another person.
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate additional pages in each visual story to explain in detail the importance of eye contact, having personal space, and greeting others.

 

5. Increase Speech Intelligibility
Who is it for: Intermediate learners

In this scene you will find a mixed display story with 3 and 4 word phrases.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Increase word length to 5 and 6 word phrases.
• For advanced learners: Using video models, increase phrases to 7 and 8 words.


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To import from the community library:
1. Navigate to the community library
2. Tap on the scene you want to import
3. Tap on the import button

Your scene is now located in My Library under My Downloaded Supports

Add the scene to your desktop:
1. Enter edit mode
2. Tap on the green plus sign to add scene
3. Add scene from My Library
4. Select the scene you want to add
5. Tap import. Your scene is now imported to your current location.

Check back next week for our content on:
Register for Standardized Exams
Sharing Evidence to Support Claims
Multi-Step Instructions
Community Signs Identification
How Animals Move

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Curriculum Aligned ELA Content – This week’s free lessons in your community library

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We are excited to share the newest content added to the TeachMate365 and AutisMate365 community library. Each scene and or support can be downloaded separately and later customized to support the needs of your learner or student.

TeachMate365 includes in-app data tracking with automatic graphing of your student’s IEP goals. TeachMate365’s data tracking tool is accessed from within the application and can be tracked simultaneously with instruction and response.

Although data tracking is not a feature of AutisMate365, AutisMate365 users can also access the new content and target the same goals outlined below without the data-tracking feature.


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1. Science Experiment Procedure
Who is it for: Intermediate learner

In this scene you will find a multi step procedure for growing a plant and a choice board for supplies.

Alignment: CCSS/ELA-LITERACY.RST.6-8.3
• Follow precisely a multistep procedure when carrying out experiments, taking measurements, or performing technical tasks.

Targeted Goals:
• Student will follow a multistep procedure with guided assistance from an adult.
• Student will take accurate measurements of plant growth (x) times per week using a ruler.

To Differentiate:
• For beginner learners: Incorporate video models to pre-teach measuring and introduce the plant life cycle.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate a detailed visual story about the life cycle of a plant.

 

2. Identify Meaning of Words
Who is it for: Beginner learners

In this scene you will find 10 multiple-meaning words and a visual story to support the identification and meaning of 4 –at family words.

Alignment CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.K.4:
• Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on kindergarten reading and content.

Targeted Goals:
• Student will determine the meaning of 4 unknown –at family words using photos and an oral description.
• Student will determine the meaning of 10 multiple-meaning words using photos.

To Differentiate:
• For intermediate learners: Incorporate a visual story to target the identification of additional unknown words in a relevant text.
• For advanced learners: Incorporate additional multiple meaning words for specific grade levels.

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To import from the community library:
1. Navigate to the community library
2. Tap on the scene you want to import
3. Tap on the import button

Your scene is now located in My Library under My Downloaded Supports

Add the scene to your desktop:
1. Enter edit mode
2. Tap on the green plus sign to add scene
3. Add scene from My Library
4. Select the scene you want to add
5. Tap import. Your scene is now imported to your current location.

Check back next week for our content on:
Increase Speech Intelligibility
Using Positive Behavior Supports
Contact Person During an Emergency
Locate Places in the Community
Appropriate Social Cues

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