Dr. Christine Reeve writes a clear post all about structured work systems. She provides lots of examples of different work systems. Navigate through her blog and you will find a ton of example tasks from her "Workbox Wednesday" link-ups with other SPED bloggers.
This article provides examples of how to use work systems in nearly every facet of the school day to increase engagement in students with ASDs, but could be applied to other students that would benefit from more structure through their day.
This book has a collection of 250 tasks that cover a range of skills, such as fine motor, basic skills, reading/language arts and math. The real photos make it easy to recreate tasks for a teacher implementing structured work systems in his/her classroom
These free modules explain the meaning behind using work systems in the classroom and at home. In the modules, they discuss the “what” and “why” of structured work systems, as well as how work systems can be adapted to meet individual needs in many environments