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Perspective Taking Social Thinking Rubric 
Rubric Code: Y2WCA74
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Subject: (General)  
Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12


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use with the Social Behavior Mapping framework
 

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4 pts

Expected/Unexpected Behaviors

Identify expected behaviors/actions for self and others

1

Does not identify expected or unexpected behaviors in a given social situation
2

Identifies 1-2 expected/ unexpected behaviors in generic social scenarios
3

Identifies 1-2 examples of expected/unexpected behaviors for others from actual social situations
4

Identifies 1-2 examples of expected/unexpected behaviors for self from actual social situations
Showing Interest

1

Does not engage with others by asking questions about the topic.
2

Asks at least 1 questions to make a considerate connection given moderate support.
3

Asks at least 2 questions to make a considerate connection given minimal support.
4

Shows the same level of interest in others with the same level of support as his peers.
Interpreting Thoughts/Feelings

Identify thoughts/emotions connected to actions for self and others

1

Does not identify any emotions for self or others in response to an expected/unexpected action
2

States at least one plausible idea of what another person might have been thinking/feelingĀ 
3

Labels own feelings/thoughts in response to natural consequences (thoughts/actions) from another person
4

States at least one thought/feeling he would like to have another person have about him
Self-Monitoring

Modify behavior/action to demonstrate expected behaviors

1

Does not participate in large or small group activities in classroom; does not ask for help or express needs to others
2

Demonstrates expected behaviors for activities that are independent & nonverbal in large group setting, when given appropriate academic accommodations (i.e.: assistive technology, modified assignments)
3

Demonstrates expected behaviors within small group activities (e.g.: responds to direct questions, completes work, whole-body listening)
4

Demonstrates at least one expected behavior within a group setting that requires a verbal response (e.g. answer question, ask for assistance, present information to class)




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