Eye Contact Approximation Activities
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The Eye Contact Approximation Activities
This is a comprehensive teaching resource designed to assist children who face difficulties in maintaining eye contact during conversations. This discomfort can often lead to confusion or misunderstandings as making eye contact is an essential part of communication and interaction.
The package provides methods which encourage kids to practice 'pointing/aiming their eyes' at the person they are interacting with, or 'pointing/aiming their words' towards the other person's face. It contains interactive activities suitable for students from kindergarten through grade 5, aimed at improving this crucial aspect of social communication.
- Talking Targets - Teaches kids where to aim their gaze during a conversation. Includes versions with and without points for flexibility in teaching methods.
- Touchdown Talk - Interactive activity that uses conversation topics for fun practice sessions. Comes in different color options including black and white versions.
- Frame It - This activity simulates real-life conversations by focusing on topic cards within a frame – enhancing verbal-visual coordination during talks either in groups or one-to-one settings.
All three activities are supplemented with scorecards which helps keep track of your child’s progress over time. These tutorials cater specifically to those working on improving life skills such as making meaningful eye contact while communicating.This salient resource comes ready in PDF format, easy-to-integrate into your ongoing classroom setup or homeschool regime.
Included Please Find: 42 Pages
> Activity 1: 'Talking Targets'
Suggestions For Use
Directions For 'Talking Target'
Color 'Talking Target' One with points and one without
Black and White 'Talking Target' One with points and one without
> Activity 2: 'Touchdown Talk'
Directions For 'Touchdown Talk'
In 3 Colors and Black and White "Touchdown Talk"
> Activity 3: 'Frame It'
Directions For 'Frame It'
In 3 Colors and Black and White 'Frame It'