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Oral communication in the classroom

This job defines listening and speaking and why they look like in the classroom. Why are they important? How might we teach them?

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Please allow my ideas to help:

First of all, please note that I personally define listening as evidence of students actively engaged in the content. In other words, they are not merely "hearing" the lesson, but they are processing, interacting, responding, questioning, and engaging with the lesson content.

As you then define speaking, I think that it looks like all kids in the class ...

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This job discusses forms of verbal communication in the classroom. Examples are given.