This is an A and B Conversation: See how to do it here!
Help students engage in a reciprocal conversation that is not self-centered.
Use this visual to guide the flow of conversation, encourage identifying the topic, and staying on it.
***Now with visual reminder to "sandwich" the meat of the conversation between greetings, small talk, and closing statements.
Helpful tip: add post-it notes to the bottom with specific questions/comments that were made during the conversation to help keep kids on track.
Looking for additional ways to practice those conversational skills? Check out the card-game companion to this visual HERE
Keywords: Pragmatics, pragmatic language, Autism, social skills, conversation, maintain, turns, speech-language pathology, speech therapy, SLP, Social work, social worker
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