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FACS 6th Grade
Strand 3 Standard 1
2 class periods of 45 minutes each
This lesson plan is to help students identify good listening and talking skills. Three different kinds of communication are verbal, written, and non-verbal.
Magazines, construction paper, glue, scissors, types of communication cards, communication definitions.
The different types of communication
Students should know what communication is.
Students will identify and practice the skills necessary for effective communication including reading, listening, and non-verbal.
Direct their attention to the misunderstandings that followed and potential problems stemming from the inadequate communication.
Have each student get a magazine and tell them to look for pictures of people where faces give away the emotions. Have them cut out at least 5 pictures. Tell them to glue the faces to the front of the construction paper and label each picture with the non-verbal message that the person is showing.
Non-verbal collage-20 points,2 points per picture, 2 points per label.
Sketch to Stretch-25 points for participation and completed poster
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