Teaching Listening Skills to Children


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Why do children so often not listen?

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1. How can children learn to monitor their own listening?

2. How can mirrors be helpful in learning listening?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Listening is a learned skill. The quiz, in partnership with this worksheet, can help you assess what you understand about the process of teaching children to develop listening skills. The quiz questions have been written to address why listening is important, and how to acquire listening skills.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

During the quiz, you will be tested on these concepts:

  • Learning to self-monitor listening skills
  • Why children may not listen
  • Avoiding boredom while listening
  • Using mirrors to teach listening

Skills Practiced

Strengthen these skills through the completion of the quiz and worksheet:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson about how to teach listening skills to children
  • Making connections - use your knowledge about listening to understand why it is important for children to develop the ability to listen
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about strategies children can use to successfully learn to listen

Additional Learning

Interesting in hearing more about listening? Check out the accompanying lesson entitled Teaching Listening Skills to Children. Key objectives found within the lesson include:

  • Learn how to channel listening potential constructively
  • Identify the types of cues that are given while listening
  • Understand specific strategies to combat distraction while listening