Teaching Your Child the Language of Social Success

Marshall P. Duke, Stephen Nowicki, Elisabeth A. Martin

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This book describes and explains the methods and rules of nonverbal communication. The text offers definitions and techniques for assessing a child's strengths and weaknesses in this domain, as well as case studies, illustrations, and exercises for teaching or improving nonverbal skills at home or in the classroom. Specific chapters address: (1) the language of relationships; (2) assessing nonverbal skills; (3) teaching and remediation; (4) paralanguage; (5) facial expressions; (6) space and touch; (7) gestures and postures; (8) rhythm and time; (9) objectics; (10) teaching and remediation for individual children; (11) whole class approaches; and (12) a school-based curriculum for the development of nonverbal language skills. (Contains 22 references.) 

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Marshall P. Duke, Stephen Nowicki, Elisabeth A. Martin. Teaching Your Child the Language of Social Success (1996). Peachtree Publishers: Atlanta, GA. (183 pages).

Language: English

Formats Available: Printed Material

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Atlanta, GA
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Phone: (800) 241-0113

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Languages Available: English

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