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Teaching Life Skills to Students with Intellectual Disabilities

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Which of the following is an example of a life skill?

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1. How can you incorporate life skills into a math lesson on multiplication?

2. Which of the following is not a step that might included in a unit on 'how to apply for a job?'

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Life skills are crucial to functioning independently in our world. On the quiz you'll encounter questions about incorporating life skills into other types of lessons as well as an example of generalizing a skill.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

During the quiz you will:

  • Give an example of making a life skill relevant to a student's life
  • Explain how you could incorporate life skills into a math lesson on multiplication
  • Point out an example of a life skill

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - utilize your knowledge to give an example of generalizing a life skill across different settings
  • Information recall - access the understanding you've gained about making a life skill relevant to a student's life
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you pull the most important information from the lesson about steps that might be included in a unit on the job application process

Additional Learning

The lesson named Teaching Life Skills to Students with Intellectual Disabilities will help you understand more about this topic. This lesson covers:

  • How pictures can be used to teach life skills
  • Why it is important to break large tasks into smaller pieces while working with students that have cognitive disabilities
  • Activities that students can do on campus to learn life skills
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