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Listening Skills - Following Directions

Listening Skills - Following Directions

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Published by D B Karron, PhD
Faculty of Education University of Windsor
Education 203 J/I Methodology Simulation 1

Listening Skills: Following irections
by J. C. Powell Ph.D., D.B.A.
o J. C. Powell 1 967

education ZOO

Listening Skids

Oimulation 1

Following Directions

Rationale Much of the instruction which is conducted in the typical classroom involves one person listening to the prepared talk of another. Other aspects of listening, such as sound discrimination, music appreciation, attending to a dramatic performanc
Faculty of Education University of Windsor
Education 203 J/I Methodology Simulation 1

Listening Skills: Following irections
by J. C. Powell Ph.D., D.B.A.
o J. C. Powell 1 967

education ZOO

Listening Skids

Oimulation 1

Following Directions

Rationale Much of the instruction which is conducted in the typical classroom involves one person listening to the prepared talk of another. Other aspects of listening, such as sound discrimination, music appreciation, attending to a dramatic performanc

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Published by: D B Karron, PhD on Oct 27, 2012
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Faculty of Education
University of Windsor
Education 203
J/I Methodology
Simulation 1
Listening Skills:
Following irections
by
J. C. Powell
Ph.D., D.B.A.
o
J. C. Powell 1 967
 
education ZOO
istening Skids
imulation
1
Following Directions
Rationale
Much of the instruction which is conducted in the typical
classroom involves one person listening to the prepared talk of
another.
Other aspects of listening, such as sound discrimination,
music appreciation, attending to a dramatic performance, em-
pathic listening interpersonally and the like are also important
listening experiences and should also be included in the schooling
program.
Learners listen for information, to follow directions and for
enjoyment. Each of these uses of listening involve special skills
which are not always learned without direct instruction and ex-
plicit practice.Repetitive skills can often be learned best when presented in
a game context.
Objectives
Cognitive
. The learners will improve their ability to followoral instructions.
2.
The learners will increase their ability to recog-nize and use the direction conventions used in
map making.
3.
The learners will increase their ability to recog-nize and use coordinate systems as used in
mapping and graphing.
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