The Language of Perspective Taking
Help your students feel more comfortable in social situations as they learn to see things from someone else’s point of view. Help them learn to “read” people’s faces and understand how to interpret facial expressions. Help them read and listen to discussions of events involving people’s feelings or emotions by teaching them different words that refer to feelings and emotions.
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