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by National Communication Association (U. S.),Pamela J. Cooper,Sherwyn P. Morreale
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    National Communication Association (U. S.),Pamela J. Cooper,Sherwyn P. Morreale
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There is growing awareness of the relationship between student success in grades K through 12 and competent communication skills

COMPETENT COMMUNICATORS: K-12 Speaking, Listening, and Media Literacy Standards and Competencies. There is growing awareness of the relationship between student success in grades K through 12 and competent communication skills. Communication shapes our sense of self and the way we interact with our environment, from gathering and presenting information to managing conflict.

Cooper, Pamela, and Morreale, Sherwyn, eds. 2002. In Creating Competent Communicators: Activities for Teaching Speaking, Listening, and Media Literacy in K–6 Classrooms, ed. Pamela Cooper and Sherwyn Morreale. Creating Competent Communicators: Activities for Teaching Speaking, Listening, and Media Literacy in K–6 Classrooms. Scottsdale, AZ: Holcomb Hathaway. Cooper, Pamela, and Morreale, Sherwyn, eds. Creating Competent Communicators: Activities for Teaching Speaking, Listening, and Media Literacy in 7–12 Classrooms. National Communication Association.

Adapted from: Cooper, Pamela and Sherwyn Morreale ed. Creating Competent Communicators. Activites for Teaching Speaking, Listening, and Media Literacy in Grades 7-12. Scottsdale: Holcomb Hathaway, 2003: 75-78. Television in our lives - E.

Creating competent communicators: Activities for teaching speaking, listening, and media literacy in grades 7–12.

& Morreale, S. ( 2003 ). Creating competent communicators: Activities for teaching speaking, listening, and media literacy in grades 7–12. Scottsdale, AZ: Holcomb Hathaway Publishers. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin. Lerner, N., & Ogren-Balkama, M. ( 2006 ).

National Communication Association Competent communicators: K -12 speaking, listening, and medialit-eracy . The standards movement aims to reform K12 education in the .

National Communication Association Competent communicators: K -12 speaking, listening, and medialit-eracy standards Some experiential learning terms [on-line. by raising expectations for student performance, by applying expectations to all children, and by monitoring achievement through authentic assessments. Prospects for implementing oral communication instruction in classrooms can be enhanced by aligning with this movement.

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Try these pairwork activities for ESL speaking time! . Create groups and assign each group or pair a side of an argument. Teach a class! is a fun activity for advanced ESL students. Use pair work time to allow students to develop their argument and conclude with a class-wide debate. Debate is made even more interesting when you present students with authentic materials to use as support for their claims. In this activity, you assign each pair a grammar, vocab or culture point that they’ll have to teach to the class. The pair works together to prepare activities and lesson plans and teaches the point to the class.

Post-listening activities.

From rear cover notes: "Competence in oral communication is the foundation to students' personal and academic success, and the need to address communication education in grades K-12 has become a crucial national concern. The teaching activities in this book are designed to help students meet communication standards and competencies set forth by the National Communication Association, by state and local accrediting agencies, and by professional education associations such as NCTE, NCATE, AND NCTM. These activities have been tested in classrooms and found to be successful in helping students develop competencies in the fundamentals of communication, speaking, listening, and media literacy. Specifically, the activities are designed to: appeal to students of all ability levels; provide for student interaction and involvement; involve students in sending and receiving messages in a variety of contexts for a variety of purposes; and help teachers integrate oral communication instruction across the curriculum. The activities are consistently formatted for ease of use in the classroom. Each activity includes the related communication standard, an objective, the procedure for implementing the activity, a debriefing of the activity using follow-up suggestions and/or questions for discussion, and assessment procedures."