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How well do you listen?

Spacing out: When I am having a conversation with someone and


they keep talking for days and days I space out.
Pretend listening:When my mom talks bad about my sister i just sit
there quietly and pretend like I am listening but I am really ignoring
her.
Selective Listening:I do this when I ask a teacher about something and then
I go onto something else.
Word Listening: I do this when I really dont like the person and they try
talking to me.
Self-centered Listening: I do this to my boyfriend when i really dont care what
he is talking about. He talks to me about something and I just start talking
about my day.
Self-Evaluation activity
Your Best friend:0
Your Parents: 2
A team partner: 3
A friend at school: 4
A family member: 3
How did you do? To improve your listening skills, lets first decide what are
some barriers to listening.
Some barriers to listening are have an interesting conversation and know how
to continue the conversation
Examples of barriers to listening:
The examples of barriers are when one is only trying to talk about something
that concerns themselves or they just dont know how to continue a
conversation

What makes it easy to listen to another person?


That the conversation is interesting and there is nothing or noone there to
distract us.
4: Exemplary 3: Proficient

2:
Progressing

1: Emerging

3.3
3

Topic/Co
ntent

Thoroughly
developed,
vivid
narrative
that clearly
addresses all
parts of the
writing task
and
demonstrates
a clear
understandin
g of purpose
(150+ words)

An
adequately
developed
narrative,
addresses all
parts of the
writing task
and/or
demonstrates
a general
understandin
g of purpose
(125-150
words)

A minimally
developed
narrative,
addresses
only parts of
the writing
task and/or
demonstrates
little
understandin
g of purpose
(100-125
words)

Lacks a
4.0
sequence of
0
events,
addresses
only one part
of the writing
task and/or
demonstrates
no
understandin
g of purpose
(fewer than
100 words)

Writing
Style

A consistent
point of view,
focus, and
organization
al structure,
including
paragraphin
g when
appropriate
and includes
a variety of
sentence
types

A mostly
consistent
point of view,
focus, and
organization
al structure,
including
paragraphin
g when
appropriate
and presents
a central idea
with mostly
relevant

An
inconsistent
point of view,
focus, and/or
organization
al structure
and suggests
a central idea
with limited
facts, details,
and/or
explanations

Lacks a clear 3.0


point of view, 0
focus, and/or
organization
al structure
and lacks a
central idea
but may
contain
marginally
related facts,
details,
and/or
explanations

facts, details,
and/or
explanations
Mechanic Nearly
s
flawless
spelling,
sentence
structure,
grammar,
punctuation,
capitalization

Minor errors
in spelling,
sentence
structure,
grammar,
punctuation
capitalization

Errors in
spelling,
sentence
structure,
grammar,
punctuation,
capitalization
order that
become
distracting

Poor
mechanics
that are
distracting
and
confusing

3.0
0