This lesson will focus on active listening, as students will be required to listen to the morning announcements and take note of important information. This will help them to become more engaged in their learning and to stay informed about school events and activities.
To develop the skill of active listening in students as they listen to the morning announcements.
To help students become more engaged in their learning and stay informed about school events and activities.
Note-taking materials for each student (e.g., paper and pencil).
Introduction (5 minutes):
Explain to students the importance of being an active listener and the role of the morning announcements in the school environment.
Highlight the benefits of paying attention to the announcements and how they can improve their learning experience.
Guided Practice (10 minutes):
Model active listening by reviewing sample morning announcements and asking students to listen carefully and take notes.
Pause the recording at key moments to model effective note-taking strategies.
Independent Practice (10 minutes):
Students will listen to the morning announcements and take notes on important information independently.
Students will be encouraged to use the note-taking strategies modeled by the teacher during the guided practice.
Closure (5 minutes):
Lead a debrief session in which students will be asked to share one important piece of information they learned from the morning announcements.
Ask students to reflect on their note-taking and active listening skills and identify areas for improvement.
Observe students during the listening activity and the debrief session to assess their active listening skills and ability to retain important information from the announcements.
Collect students' notes from the listening activity to assess their ability to take effective notes and recall important information from the announcements.