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Body talk : the social survival handbook

By: Naik, Anita.
Series: Really Useful Handbook.Publisher: Tunbridge Wells ticktock Media 2009Description: 48 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781846969539.Subject(s): ADOLESCENTS | BODY LANGUAGE | SOCIAL SKILLS | COMMUNICATION | SELF CONFIDENCE
Contents:
1. Body language Introduction Making an entrance Be popular How to spot a fake|2. Flirting Flirting with confidence Flirtatious body language How to attract someone you like How to tell if someone fancies you|3. Communication Speaking with confidence Making new friends Talking to people you don't know Talking to authority figures Straight talking|4. Be confident Overcoming shyness How to be outgoing (when you're not) How to be confident in class Getting your way How to do well in an interview Dealing with bullies|The social etiquette quiz|Glossary|Further information|Index
Summary: "Terrible at making small talk? Always misreading signals? Want to know the ultimate flirting tip? Worried how to act in an interview? The Social Survival Handbook is here to help. It's full of Really Useful advice, facts, tips and quizzes on all these issues and more." - BOOK JACKETReview: As the cover says this may be a “really useful handbook” for teens struggling with social situations and more. While not specifically for people with an intellectual disability it is written in clear language with the main points in short bullet point statements. These are preceded by a brief paragraph of explanation. The handbook covers a range of situations such as making new friends, talking to people you don’t know and how to do well in an interview. This is a book that the reader can dip into to find the page that interests them without having to read the “boring bits”. Covers the broad topics of body language, flirting, communication and being confident. Recommended by Carolyn O’Neill who says they are aimed at teenagers and quite readable, so would translate well for people we support. Nice easy to read layout etc covering a wide range of topics. Well illustrated with a mix of simple drawings and photographs.
List(s) this item appears in: Social skills and teens. March 2017 | Body Language March 2019
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1. Body language
Introduction
Making an entrance
Be popular
How to spot a fake|2. Flirting
Flirting with confidence
Flirtatious body language
How to attract someone you like
How to tell if someone fancies you|3. Communication
Speaking with confidence
Making new friends
Talking to people you don't know
Talking to authority figures
Straight talking|4. Be confident
Overcoming shyness
How to be outgoing (when you're not)
How to be confident in class
Getting your way
How to do well in an interview
Dealing with bullies|The social etiquette quiz|Glossary|Further information|Index

"Terrible at making small talk? Always misreading signals? Want to know the ultimate flirting tip? Worried how to act in an interview? The Social Survival Handbook is here to help. It's full of Really Useful advice, facts, tips and quizzes on all these issues and more." - BOOK JACKET

As the cover says this may be a “really useful handbook” for teens struggling with social situations and more. While not specifically for people with an intellectual disability it is written in clear language with the main points in short bullet point statements. These are preceded by a brief paragraph of explanation.
The handbook covers a range of situations such as making new friends, talking to people you don’t know and how to do well in an interview.
This is a book that the reader can dip into to find the page that interests them without having to read the “boring bits”.
Covers the broad topics of body language, flirting, communication and being confident.
Recommended by Carolyn O’Neill who says they are aimed at teenagers and quite readable, so would translate well for people we support.
Nice easy to read layout etc covering a wide range of topics.
Well illustrated with a mix of simple drawings and photographs.

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Brilliant. recommend it very highly.

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