I made this to work with some of my higher level pragmatics students who tend to speak in monologues and have a hard time picking up on subtle cues about when the topic of conversation needs to be changed. My students that fit in this category typically will change the topic when cued to do so, but need to work on independence and awareness.
I emphasize for my students that this will really help when they go in for job interviews, or when they are in clubs, or basic communication all day every day.
Includes: 12 pages to teach some listener interest body language clues (eye contact, leaning forward, crossing arms, etc.)
6 practice pages at the end
Pages do not advance on mouse clicks, but with arrows. Mouse clicks on the correct picture bring the green circle. I added notes under some slides to guide myself through the lesson as well!