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Entscheidungen und deren Beeinflussung, Allgemeine Regeln und Status Quo (Quelle, Werner Kroeber-Riel, Gundolf Meyer-Hentschel, Werbung, Steuerung des Konsumentenverhaltens, S. 47-58)

The “HOW you say it” game

I love fun ways to interact with your children, especially when they provide wonderful teaching moments. This game helps to teach tone of voice and body language as well as how it affects others’ feelings.

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Look, Listen, & Learn when interacting with others! Not only is EYE-GAZE important in connection and communication, eye gaze also regulates & cues speaker-listener turn-taking. From Head-to-Toes, the BODY Always Shows...the TRUTH!!!

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The last description of Echolalia (in the linked article) can be just as helpful as embarrassing. While I pick up accents at the drop of a hat- I also pick up lilts and phrases that help me connect/relate to the person im conversing with

What an awesome idea! Would like to see if this really works and what level of kids it could work with.

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