Do your students have difficulty knowing the right thing to say? Do they have trouble connecting what people are saying to their facial expressions and body language? Can they read the mis-match between one person’s speech and another’s expression? Or do this with themselves?
Try this resource full of visual representations of people in different contexts, using facial expressions & body language, and speaking to each other in ways that just don’t match.
Talk through their responses and understanding of what is wrong with what is being said.
Use these visuals as a jumping off place for conversations in intervention.
✋ 30 visual scenes included in this resource.
✋ and suggestions for further activities are given.
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