Autism Anime Social Club: Let's Make Friends, and Discuss Anime
In this ongoing social club we will be discussing our favorite anime and anime related topics.
In this ongoing class, learner directed, I hope to provide a positive learning environment where students will feel comfortable and safe to interact with other students. Each week the students will be deciding what we talk about during class. This class will have discussions on the different forms of anime and manga. While the class is going on, students will have multiple opportunities to interact with the class. During our discussions, learners will be developing their communication and...
Students will practice their listening skills, giving and receiving feedback appropriately and make lasting friendships with peers.
I am Autistic and have ADHD so I know what learners who are similar to me might need. Whether that is visuals cues or just things that make the experience more engaging. I have worked with the disability community in both social group settings and special olympics. I have been watching anime ever since I was young whether that was Naruto, Dragon ball, Inuyasha, and so much more. I also watch the current shows airing right now so I am up to date on the newer shows as well. I hope to use this knowledge to create thought provoking conversations and topics for class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Some of the anime we will be discussing are rated for older age groups. Some of the content we discuss may include romance, complex themes and violence.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Christian Gonzalez and I am a college graduate with my AA. My goal is to combine interesting and engaging topics with social skills to help all my students improve on their communication prowess. I have an absolute passion for...
1x per week
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Completed by 23 learners
Live video meetings
1-3 learners per class