TAP Tip Sheet - The 5-Point Voice Scale
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The Autism Program of Illinois Tip Sheet - The 5-Point Voice Scale

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  • 1. Autism Spectrum DisordersTips & Resources Tip Sheet 28 The 5-Point Voice Scale 5 This is a number 5 voice. It is VERY LOUD. I should only use my number 5 voice in an emergency when someone needs help. 4 This is a number 4 voice. It is loud. I can use this voice outside or on the playground. I can use it to get someone’s attention outside. 3 This is a number 3 voice. It is no t really loud but it is loud enough for someone to hear me when I am talking. I use this voice to answer my teacher’s questions in school. I use it in the classroom and re source room. My teacher re ally like s my number 3 voice. 2 This is a number 2 voice. A number 2 voice is re ally quiet. It is sometimes called a whisper. I can use a number 2 voice in the hall way or in the library or when someone is sleeping. 1 This is a number 1 voice. It means talking. My mouth is closed and no noise is coming out. I use this voice when my teacher is talking at school. When my teacher tells me “number 1 voice please” I should stop talking. It is really important to know which voice to use at school. My teacher can remind me which voice I should use by pointing to the number on my 5-point scale. This will help me remember what number my voice should be.Rev.0612A 5 is Against the Law! Kari Dunn MuronPrepared by: The TAP Center at The University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign www.theautismprogram.org