Students will further breakdown communication into the four styles and discuss the pros and cons of each: passive, assertive, aggressive, passive-aggressive.
Students will describe and demonstrate an understanding of active listening behaviour and its importance.Students will learn what active listening looks, sounds and feels like, as well as the role of paraphrasing and asking thoughtful questions when actively listening
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Explaining how someone made us feel and sharing the specific action that made us feel that way followed by an explanation of the impact of the actions helps us get away from blaming others and leads to more effective communication.
Spreading rumours, gossiping, saying hurtful things, and sharing information that is not yours to share are all examples of “trouble talk”. Students will not only explore what trouble talk is , but will also look at ways to avoid it.
A Socratic Circle (also known as a Socratic Seminar) is an approach to understand and examine a text through questions and answers founded on the belief that all thinking comes from asking questions, and that asking one question should lead to asking further questions.