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SOCIAL THINKING RUBRIC

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Rubric Code: LX92XX6
Rubric based on Michelle Garcia Winner's social thinking curriculum
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Categories: Subjects: Education  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5

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Thoughts/Feelings
Understands others
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Labels toys or children in photo with no mention of thoughts or feelings related to others.
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States at least one logical or plausible idea of what another might have been thinking.
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States at least one logical or plausible idea of what another might have been feeling.
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States at least one logical or plausible idea of what another might have been thinking and feeling.
Thoughts/Feelings
Understands self
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Labels toys or children in photo with no mention of thoughts or feelings related to self.
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States at least one logical or plausible idea of what he/she might have been thinking.
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States at least one logical or plausible idea of what he/she might have been feeling.
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States at least one logical or plausible idea of what he/she might have been thinking and feeling.
Understands group plan
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Does not attend to others until prompted to do so.
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Able to states the group plan when given both visual and verbal prompts. (moderate support)
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Able to state the group plan when given either visual or verbal prompts. (minimal support)
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Able to state the group plan when asked "What's the plan?"
Distinguishes Group Plan vs. Own Pl
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Does not understand the concept.
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Can identify when someone else is following a group plan or his/her own plan.
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Can identify when he/she is following a group plan or his/her own plan.
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Able to state, draw or otherwise show the concept of knowing about own plan versus group plan.
Group Plan
Follows a plan.
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Does not attend to others unless prompted to do so.
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Can follow a plan when given both visual and verbal prompts (moderate support)
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Can follow the plan when given either a visual or verbal prompts. (minimal support)
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Able to figure out and follow the group plan.
Eye Gaze
Observing eyegaze of others.
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Does not attend to others unless prompted to do so.
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Able to point out gaze direction when given both visual and verbal prompts. (moderate support)
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Able to point out eyegaze direction when given either visual or verbal prompts. (minimal support)
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Able to point out eye gaze direction when asked.
Eye Gaze
Using eye gaze to make a choice.
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Does not understand concept.
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Able to direct his/her gaze to make a choice when given both visual and verbal prompts.
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Able to direct his/her eye gaze to make a choice when given either a visual or verbal prompt.
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Able to direct his/her gaze to make a choice.
Eye Gaze
Observing eye gaze of others
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Does not attend to others unless prompted to do so
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Can figure out what another person may be planning when given both visual and verbal prompts.
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Can figure out what a person is planning when given either a visual or verbal prompt.
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Can figure out what another person might be planning to do.
Body in Group
Observing others
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Does not attend to others unless prompted to do so.
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Able to point out when a peer's body is in the group when given both a visual and verbal prompt.
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Able to point out when a peers body is in group given either a visual or verbal prompt.
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Able to point out when a peer's body is in the group.
Body in Group
Observing own body in group
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Does not self monitor unless prompted to do so.
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Able to point out when his/her body is in group when given both visual and verbal cues.
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Able to point out when his/her body is in group when given either a visual or verbal cue.
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Able to point out when his/her body is in the group.
Body in Group
Keeping ones body in group
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Does not attend to others unless prompted to do so
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Able to keep his/her body at a comfortable distance from others in group when given both visual and verbal prompts.
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Able to keep his/her body in group when given either visual or verbal prompts.
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Able to keep his/her body at comfortable distance from others.
Whole Body Listening
Others
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Does not attend to others unless prompted to do so.
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While observing others students in a variety of activities the student fwill be able to point out the use of whole body listening when given both visual and verbal prompts.
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While observing other students in a variety of activities the student will be able to point out the use of whole body listening when given either visual or verbal prompts.
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While observing other students in a variety of activities the student will be able to point out the use of whole body listening.
Whole Body Listening
Self
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Does not self monitor.
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Demonstrates use of whole body listening when given both verbal and visual prompts.
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Demonstrates use of whole body listening when given either visual or verbal prompts.
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Demonstrates use of whole body listening.



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