communication / Social Thinking

Making Inferences – Think with Eyes

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This
Making Inferences Unit is part of the Social Thinking framework.

This lesson was developed to help my students use their eyes to find social clues (facts) that people present during conversations. These are nonverbal behaviors (facial expressions, body language, gestures, eye contact and proximity).
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Once my students mastered this skill, I added the next step – Making Inferences! My students had to talk all of the observations (facts) to make Smart Guesses of what the person is feeling / thinking.

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