Use follow-up questions to keep the conversation going. (Worksheets To Teach Conversations Skills To Autistic Children )


This material is designed to develop conversation skills in autistic children, focusing on the use of follow-up questions to keep conversations active and meaningful. Through practical exercises and concrete examples, children will learn to construct dialogues as if they were building a tower with blocks, where each block represents a part of the conversation, be it a question or an answer. The importance of paying attention when speaking with others, interpreting emotions, and responding appropriately to different moods is emphasized, using a specific question approach (When, Where, Why, What, Who, Which, How) to delve deeper into topics of interest and encourage open and interesting interaction. This practical and visual approach not only improves communication skills but also teaches children to be more empathetic and aware in their social interactions.


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