Fun Facts
Perspective Taking
Ask A Question
Problem Solving
True or False
100

Share a fun fact about yourself

100

Dwight and Jim have always been very close friends. Recently, Jim has been spending lots of time with the new student, Daryl.

What is Dwight thinking?

What can he do to fix the problem?


100

Ask someone a question about school

100

TRUE OR FALSE: talking about your favorite topics all the time is exciting for your friends

FALSE: We need to think about OTHER people's interests

200

Share a fun fact about your best friend

200


Braxton and Janie want to spend time together on the weekend. Braxton wants to go out for dinner, but Janie wants to stay in and watch a movie.

Tell 3 different things that Braxton is thinking?
Tell 3 different things that Janie is thinking?


200

Ask someone a question about their weekend

200

TRUE OR FALSE: Asking questions during a conversation in impolite

FALSE: Asking questions lets people know we are listening to them and that we want to keep the conversation going.

300

Share a fun fact about yourself

300


Brandon is fantastic at sports. He is always chosen first. Lucy finds sport difficult. The class is about to play soccer, and the captains are choosing their team mates.

Tell 3 different things that Lucy is thinking.
Tell 3 different things that Brandon is thinking.


300

Ask someone a question about something you have IN COMMON

300

TRUE OR FALSE: The three TOPIC RADAR strategies are: Think about what people are interested in, think about things you have in COMMON, think about things in your environment

TRUE

400

Share TWO fun facts about someone in this group

400


Sophie’s mom always invites her friend, Jacqueline, over on a Saturday night. Jacqueline always brings her daughter, India. Sophia and India do not get along. It’s Saturday afternoon and Sophie’s mum is getting ready.

Tell 3 different things that Sophie is thinking?
Tell 3 different things that Sophie’s mum is thinking?


400

Ask someone a question about something THEY ARE INTERESTED IN

400

TRUE OR FALSE: If a friend starts a topic about something that is not interesting to you, you can just change the subject to something you want to talk about

FALSE: If you only talk about things that are interesting to you, it makes the other person think you don't care about their interests.

500

Share THREE fun facts about people in our group

500

Toby and Pam just got their exam results back. Toby got an A. Pam got a D-.

Tell 3 different things that Pam is thinking?
Tell 3 different things that Toby is thinking?



500

Ask someone questions about their day

500

TRUE OR FALSE: It is important to make sure you share the conversation so your friends don't get bored

TRUE

Click to zoom
M
e
n
u