Through role playing, games, art activities, watching video clips, and using worksheets, quizzes, and charts, she shows busy educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents how to teach body language:
Choose from a range of scenarios to demonstrate to students such subtleties as knowing when a conversation is ending, what excitement looks like, or how to acknowledge someone with raised eyebrows. The companion CD-ROM includes many of the activities for printing out and using in the classroom or to practice at home.
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Body Talk is particularly well suited to elementary school special education teachers, but the skills and methods Crissey discusses are also relevant to teachers of older students and those who may not be identified as autistic or special needs.Apr 26 2013 | Read Full Review of Body Talk: Teaching Students ...
Veteran special education teacher and autism consultant Crissey targets the interventionists already assisting individuals with disabilities about how to observe and interpret the meaning of unwritten communication and subtle gestures. Although her intended audience is not specifically people wit...May 01 2013 | Read Full Review of Body Talk: Teaching Students ...