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Connecting with people

$10.00$120.00

This chart provides visual prompts that support conversational skills and verbal cues that can be used to start a sentence in conversations.

This chart provides visual prompts that support conversational skills and verbal cues that can be used to start a sentence in conversations.

The purpose of the questions is to support connection with another person and send a message that says, ‘I am interested in finding out more about you’.

For example, if a person is ready to share about their holiday experience, we can ask:

  • Who did you spend time with?
  • What did you do in your holidays?
  • Where did you go on your holidays?
  • When did you go on holidays?
  • Why did you choose that place for your holidays?
  • How did you like your holidays?

These prompts can also be used in reverse to support people with sentence starters when they share about themselves in regards to a particular topic. For example, if asked ‘what did you do in your holidays?’ a person can share along the lines of:

  • Who they spent time with
  • What they were doing on their holidays
  • Where they spent their holidays
  • When they went on their holidays
  • Why they chose that place for their holidays
  • How they liked their holidays

Connecting with people

$10.00$120.00

This chart provides visual prompts that support conversational skills and verbal cues that can be used to start a sentence in conversations.

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