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Most of us are aware of the importance of non-verbal communication,
regardless of whether or not we have communicative difficulties. But
for those who do, they become even more important. Especially when
you consider that 55% of emotional meaning is conveyed with facial
expression, body language and gestures while only 7% is expressed
Getting the Message looks at non-verbal communication as a highly complex and subtle language, but an essential one that students must master. To this end, the book provides facial expression cards and written scenarios for use in assessments as well as in teaching activities. Students learn to read the expressions on the cards and in the scenarios and once mastered, to generalize this knowledge. Covers a too often neglected area that will help your students more effectively read critical social interactions and situations. By the author of Picture Directions, Pat Crissey.
Covered spiral bound book, 177 pp, includes Win/Mac CD with printable PDF, 2007.
Teaches to these 5 questions:
Can the student "read" facial expressions?
Does the student use appropriate facial expressions?
Does the student get the emotions that go with the expressions?
Can the student read and display basic emotions: happy, sad, scared?
Can the student read and display more subtle emotions than these?