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Have you ever been so excited to talk that you interrupted another person? Help young conversationalists wait their turn to speak with a social skills activity.
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- Set up a Socratic seminar to model the back-and-forth flow of a conversation
- Use in a counseling office or resource center
- Designed for learners with autism, but applicable for mainstream classes as well
- Compares a conversation to a tennis game as a real-life example
- Promotes brainstorming, critical thinking, and collaboration
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