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2 How to Make a PowerPoint Relationship Narrative By Laura A. Riffel, Ph.D.

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4 Storyboard Draw out the behavior you want to change on a piece of paper. When do these behaviors occur? What do these behaviors look like and sound like? What behavior would you like to see instead? What will you do different when the new behavior occurs?

5 Pictures Take numerous pictures of the child engaged in the non-preferred activity and the preferred activity throughout several days. Make sure the pictures are in the settings where the behaviors may occur.

6 Get Microsoft PowerPoint or use Windows Movie Maker Directions for both of these programs are available online. A variety of backgrounds are available- however, it would be best if the background were plain. The main idea of each frame is the child for whom the story is being written.

7 Start with the child’s name and write the movie as if the child were talking. I am Sam. – Insert a nice friendly picture of the child here.

8 Continue with a bit of narrative… I go to Bethel Elementary and I’m in the fifth grade. – Insert a picture of the child somewhere in the location that you just named.

9 Make a positive statement about the child. I am one cool kid. – Place another charming picture of the child here.

10 Give the negative behavior first. Sometimes I hit my friends. – Show a picture of a friend upset or if you actually caught the child hitting you can use that. Do not stage this picture though. Only what you caught.

11 Insert one other non-behavioral example if appropriate. Sometimes I yell and scream. – I bet this picture was not hard to get.

12 Give a reason for “not” doing the behavior. When I do hit and yell and scream it is hard for my friends to be happy and learn. – Insert picture of child with friends here. – Depending on the level of the child and severity of the behavior you may want to put in a negative consequence besides not having happy friends. Example: When I do this I will have to sit on the beanbag until I am calm.

13 Now give the replacement behavior. When I feel like hitting, I should get my koosh ball keychain attached to my belt loop and squeeze it hard until I don’t feel like hitting. – Insert picture of child squeezing koosh ball keychain attached to belt loop. This picture can be staged from previous days.

14 Insert “proud” affirmation. My teacher is proud of me when I squeeze my koosh ball keychain instead of hitting. – Insert picture of child getting a high five or hug from teacher.

15 Insert other replacement behavior. When I feel like yelling and screaming, I should practice my yoga by doing the cactus and breathing in and out slowly. – Put picture here of child doing cactus and breathing in and out slowly.

16 Insert second affirmation of being proud here. My friends are so proud of me when I practice my yoga and breathe in and out slowly instead of yelling and screaming. – Insert picture of child with friends cheering for him. This picture can be staged from the day before.

17 Insert intermediate pay off statement. When I use my koosh ball keychain and my yoga, I can go put a sticker on my chart. – Insert a picture of the child putting a sticker on a chart. (This is self-monitoring the behavior.)

18 Insert statement of big reward. When I have 5 stickers I can sit in a special area with a friend at lunch. – Put in picture of child sitting at a special table in the lunchroom with a friend. This picture can also be staged.

19 End the story with a big “proud” statement. My mom and dad, my teacher, and my friends are so proud of me when I use my koosh ball keychain and my yoga. – Insert picture of child smiling.

20 Examples of PowerPoint Relationship Narratives

21 Billy’s Free Play Story Put in a real picture of Billy here….

22 You will add pictures to this Use real pictures of the child. You can narrate this story by inserting movies and sounds and clicking record sound. Save the PowerPoint as a rehearsed time show and the child can watch the show without any help at all. The child should watch this show –Before he comes to school with the parent each day. –Before free choice with the teacher each day. –At the end of the day before the child goes to after school. –Before Sunday school. –Before any free play activity time.

23 It’s okay to bite vegetables.

24 It’s okay to bite fruit.

25 It’s okay to bite sandwiches.

26 It’s okay to bite hot dogs.

27 It’s okay to bite cheese.

28 It’s not okay to bite computers.

29 It’s not okay to bite people.

30 Sometimes I get so mad that I want to bite. When that happens I should go tell the teacher what I want.

31 My teacher is so proud of me when I come to tell her instead of biting.

32 I will earn a bracelet every time I come tell my teacher instead of biting.

33 When I have 5 bracelets I will get to go to free play first.

34 My teacher will be so proud of me when I get five bracelets. Put in picture of child here with five jelly bracelets or pot holder loops on his or her arm.

35 Brandon and the Bean Bag A PowerPoint Relationship Narrative to Help Learn Appropriate Behavior to Replace Tantrums Turn up the volume on computer.

36 Sometimes I feel sad.

37 Sometimes I feel mad.

38 Sometimes my stomach feels “ow”.

39 When I feel like this I go sit on my bean bag.

40 Everyone is proud of me when I go to my bean bag.

41 I point to a picture that tells everyone what’s going on.

42 I can lay on my bean bag.

43 I can drink juice on my bean bag.

44 I can rock on my bean bag.

45 It is good to sit on my bean bag.

46 If I am still upset and try to get off my bean bag I will have to sit back down.

47 I stay on my bean bag until I feel better.

48 When I feel better I can get off my bean bag.

49 Mikey McFadden Rides the Bus Example of a PowerPoint Relationship Narrative to Introduce to Student

50 This will be my new school.

51 I will ride a bus to school.

52 I will ride the lift up into the bus. My Mom will kiss me goodbye.

53 This is Mr. Bob. He will drive my bus. This is his truck.

54 Mr. Bob will drive me to school.

55 I will enter the school through these doors.

56 Billy will push me in the building. He’s my friend.

57 I will look for the frog flag and turn down the hallway.

58 I will go to my classroom.

59 Inside my classroom, I will hang up my coat and backpack.

60 I will find my seat.

61 I will keep my supplies in a bin with my name on it.

62 My class will have center time.

63 My class will go to the playground.

64 There is a special playground area for me and my friends.

65 My class will go to the library.

66 My class will go to the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch.

67 We will have calendar time.

68 I will help with the calendar.

69 We will write board stories.

70 We will do math.

71 We will learn new words and put them on the word wall.

72 My friends from McKinley Street Preschool will be coming to Bethel Elementary.

73 Here are some of the people I will see at Bethel Elementary.

74 Dr. Drew Barrymore is one of the assistant principals.

75 This is Mr. Fiddle. He helps us keep things clean and tidy.

76 This is Ms. Shay. She will be our counselor.

77 Ms. Stithem is the principal.

78 This is the Mrs. Humes. She sits at the front window.

79 These are the Second Grade teachers.

80 This is Ms. Warford.

81 This is Ms. Pennington.

82 This is Ms. Aiken.

83 Mr. Bob will drive me home.

84 My mom will be waiting to give me a kiss.

85 It will be fun to be a Bethel Elementary Bear.

86 Monday for Mikey Example of a PowerPoint Relationship Narrative to help a child with their schedule. Each day would be similar – but different to match the day.

87 Today is Monday.

88 I will ride the bus to school.

89 I will ride the lift up into the bus. My Mom will kiss me goodbye.

90 This is Mr. Bob. He will drive my bus. This is his truck.

91 Mr. Bob will drive me to school.

92 I will enter the school through these doors.

93 Billy will push me in the building. He’s my friend.

94 I will look for the frog flag and turn down the hallway.

95 I will go to my classroom.

96 Inside my classroom, I will hang up my coat and backpack.

97 I will find my seat.

98 Billy will bring me my supplies to the table.

99 During center time today, I will feed the turtle and then go to the computer center.

100 After center, we will go to the playground.

101 I will play on the bridge with my friends.

102 After recess, we will go to the library.

103 After library, we will go to lunch.

104 Dr. Barrymore, the principal will be in the lunchroom.

105 After lunch, we will do the calendar.

106 I will help with the calendar.

107 Mrs. Eggleston will have us help write the board story.

108 After the board story, we will do math.

109 We will learn new words and put them on the word wall.

110 Mr. Bob will drive me home.

111 My mom will be waiting to give me a kiss.

112 I’m going to have a great day.

113 Molly McFadden Goes to Kindergarten Example of a PowerPoint Social Story to Introduce a Big Change in a Child’s Life

114 Molly’s New School Bethel Elementary

115 This will be my new school.

116 I will enter the school through these doors.

117 I will look for the frog flag and turn down the hallway.

118 I will go to my classroom.

119 Inside my classroom, I will hang up my coat and backpack.

120 I will find my seat.

121 I will keep my supplies in a bin with my name on it.

122 My class will have center time.

123 My class will go to the playground.

124 My class will go to the library.

125 My class will go to the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch.

126 We will have calendar time.

127 We will write board stories.

128 We will do math.

129 We will read in the reading loft.

130 We will learn new words and put them on the word wall.

131 My friends from McKinley Street Preschool will be coming to Bethel Elementary.

132 Here are some of the people I will see at Bethel Elementary.

133 Dr. Drew Barrymore is one of the assistant principals.

134 This is Mr. Fiddle. He helps us keep things clean and tidy.

135 This is Ms. Shay. She will be our counselor.

136 Ms. Stithem is the principal.

137 This is the Mrs. Humes. She sits at the front window.

138 These are the Kindergarten teachers.

139 This is Ms. Flack

140 This is Ms. Peters.

141 This is Ms. Warford.

142 This is Ms. Pennington.

143 This is Ms. Aiken.

144 It will be fun to be a Bethel Elementary Bear.


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