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Social-emotional learning begins with children understanding and identifying how they feel and how others feel. These feelings posters and activities help students see how body language and facial expressions are different for different emotions. These are great to have displayed in your classroom,
This resource will help your students look at situations to determine how people are feeling and what they're thinking. It includes a color PDF version, grey scale PDF version, and BOOM CARDS version! WHAT'S INCLUDED:A mini lesson on different forms/types of non-verbal communication1 visual support
Social Emotional Learning starts with children recognizing, labeling, and understanding the different feelings and emotions that people experience. These multicultural visual support posters and accompanying handbook provide definitions, examples, facial expressions, and body language cues for 50 di
Are you looking for a way to teach your students to identify and describe emotions and their body language cues? This go-to resource will make it easy and fun with engaging pictures and simple wording! Flash cards are included and can easily be used with any open-ended game.***This item is now avail
This unit includes all you need for a two week study. Informational text covers human body systems, major organs and the names of specific types of doctors. Flip book, vocabulary word wall, three-part cards and activities teach major organs. Printables are appropriate for pre-K, Kindergarten, and
If you struggle with knowing how to teach your students to read facial expressions and body language cues in a concrete way, this product is perfect for you! This bundle combines teaching visuals, student workbook pages, and Venn diagrams to give you everything you need to teach students step by ste
Body Language Social Skills WHAT IS IT AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT? HOW CAN YOU IMPROVE USING AND READING IT? About 60% of the way we communicate with one another is through body language. Hence, it is essential that students understand the importance of body language and the role it plays with develo
Reading Facial Expressions and Body Language - BASiCS and Beyond Social NarrativesWhen we think of communicating with others we usually think of speaking and listening. But we also communicate non-verbally (without words) by the way we posture our body, make gestures with our hands and feet and move
**This bundle contains the following 2 products:Emotions: Descriptions & Body Language CluesEmotions Practice Packet**If you previously purchased these products individually, you DO NOT need to purchase this bundle because you already have all of the contents! :)Emotions: Descriptions & Body
Straight-forward, practical ways to help students decode nonverbal communication. The clipart used targets older children, making this a great resource for Middle and High School special ed classrooms. Included in this product: - Body Language Components overview - Facial Expression Match (2 pages)
This body language lesson (whole group or small group) helps to develop positive communication skills by teaching students 1) how to understand the message others’ body language sends and 2) to be conscious of what their own body language is saying. This activity also helps to develop empathy and
*Over the course of a week you could cover reading, writing, speaking, listening and grammar activities, all based around the theme of body language!*WORKSHEETS AND ACTIVITIES INCLUDED:Listening and Speaking ActivityA listening activity in which learners watch a short instructional video on how to d
7th - 9th
Decide who could have said the statement by making inferences based on facial expressions and body language. Pre/teens will be engaged by the fun pop art comic-style pictures! Nonverbal communication and social inference skills are an important part of social interactions. Make sure your students wi
► What can I use this product for?This lesson is perfect for life skills teachers, speech therapists, school counselors, or any educator looking to teach the basics of interpreting body language & facial expressions. ► What is included in this product?⭐ 15 slide PowerPoint with facial expressio
This resource is also included in the following DISCOUNTED resource:SEL Mega BundleSocial Skills BUNDLEGrowing MEGA BUNDLEABOUT THIS RESOURCE120 Pages Print and Digital (PDF and Google Slides)Grades 3-12, Students with Autism, Students with Disabilities, ELL’s, and Special Education StudentsThis res
Teaching students to be aware of their and other's body language is a lifelong skill. This resource can be displayed on a computer for students or printed and used as a book to teach students develop skills and lean to read social cues. Included:✔A 12-page story to explain what body language is and
Includes: - Reading Body Language Worksheet - Reading Body Language Activity In this activity, students will watch a YouTube clip with the sound off. Using the worksheet provided, students will fill in dialogue for the characters by reading each character's body language. At the end students will
This speed-dating style activity helps students understand and practice active listening! Students will work in pairs as the speaker and listener rotating after each round. An introductory slideshow and handouts help students understand what active listening and attentive body language are, why th
It can be a challenge to find age-appropriate materials for older speech students, which is why I created this social skills Google Slides activity specifically for students in upper elementary and older! NO PREP REQUIRED! Your speech and language students will love using this resource to work on
Not Grade Specific
These sign language cards are perfect for students who are learning ASL sign language or who are non verbal and need an alternative way to communicate.The tabs and size of these cards make it easy to hang anywhere in your classroom so that these signs are at your fingertips when you need them.Pictur
Note - This listing is for a Boom Cards deck, not a printable file. You will need a Boom Learning account in order to access this file.Students analyze eleven picture cards to understand body language and nonverbal cues. After being presented with each card, students are shown four followup question
Do you need a TED Talks 21st century skills mini-unit that can easily be assigned as independent or small-group study in any in-person or digital classroom? Would your students benefit from learning more about how humans interact and communicate through body language and non-verbal communication?**
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Let’s face it. . . .walking into a beginning drama class can be a little intimidating at first for the inexperienced performer. Look no further than this fun, active, and reflective unit on mime and body language, the perfect place to start young performers! In the two week unit, you will guide your
7th - 12th
ORAL LANGUAGE ACTIVITY SKILL BUILDER! This product has over 50+ Behavior Task Cards to Interpret! Plus additional activity create & play sheets!.Body language speaks loud! And a single gesture can be interpreted many ways.This is a fun group exercise targeted to interpreting a person's body lang

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