By Carol Gray ©1994.
Comic Strip Conversations provides instructions for creating "comic strip conversations." A comic strip conversation incorporates the use of simple drawings, and it is based on the theory that visual supports are useful in structuring the learning of students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Comic strip conversations achieve the following social goals:
Children can draw their own comic strips to show what they are thinking and feeling about different experiences. Different colors can represent different states of mind. Using these simple comic strips can show as well as get across a lot of substantive information. Some of the topics included are:
(Softcover; 36 pages.)