Identify which ones describe Good or Poor listening skills. ***This download is a fillable worksheet which allows the option to type or click directly into the document using an electronic device. A PDF Reader (Adobe, Foxit, etc.) is required in order to use fillable features. Worksheet can be saved on the device or sent electronically without the need to print. Learn more about fillable worksheets here! Worksheet can also be printed for in-person use with clients.
Back a million years ago when I taught 3rd grade before, I used to make a t-chart to show what Active Listening was and what Active Listening was not. Then we would do some practice scenarios where students were actively listening and some scenarios where students were not actively listening and we would talk about the differences. In Kindergarten, we always spent a lot of time talking about what it means to listen. We practiced a lot- we practice the whole year. There are a million cute…
Active listening is about listening to people and understanding them, rather than being understood. It is about valuing the speaker, their speech and their feelings . . . and also finding out the unspoken.
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Improve communication in the classroom by encouraging students to develop their active listening skills. Illustrated cards feature 10 actions students can take to become better listeners. Pair with the Conversation Starters bulletin board set to build speaking and listening skills and keep the conversation flowing.