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Listening - Script

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Listening - Script
« on: November 21, 2012, 07:52:52 PM »
Introduction Talky Bit
Listening is very important. To be able to have a conversation, we need to be able to listen and need to be able to hear what the other person is actually saying. But do we do this? Most of the time, we like to talk. Many of us like the sound of our own voice and can't wait to say something.

(If there are 2 of you doing this assembly, maybe you could demonstrate how not to do things by constantly butting in and interrupting each other, maybe walking in front of the other while speaking etc. Especially if your focus for the assembly is on communication).

Exercise 1
For this you will need 3 people. So choose 1 or 2 volunteers, depending on how you want to play it. You will also need to bring a stereo with you, or an iPod with speakers etc. What you're going to do is give Person 1 a clipboard and move them to stage left. Person 2 is given some notes which they have to read out, and goes to stage right. On stage right, we also place the stereo. The point of the exercise is for Person 1 to hear what Person 2 is saying, while the stereo is blaring out loudly. Do this for around 10-15 seconds. Then stop the music and see what Person 1 heard from Person 2. Not a lot, if you've done it right!!

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