Effective Teen Communication
(Presentations and Interviews)
High school students often have difficulty pulling together the skills they need for effective presentations, interviews and self-advocacy. There may be concerns about.....effectively listening to their conversational partner, answering a question completely, providing sufficient (but not too much) detail, speaking with tone, projection, and engaging so that their message is heard and processed by classmates, teachers, or adults.
We teach students to communicate using speech goals (easy to remember cues for clarity). They learn to listen for the key word or idea in their partner's question to frame their answer. Students learn that speaking with tone, body language and phrasing do make a positive impact on their listener.
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