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“Communicating Effectively”. Objectives. To help youth communicate effectively utilizing verbal and nonverbal skills. To help youth identify parts of a speech. To help youth build their communication skills through simple speaking opportunities.

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objectives
Objectives
  • To help youth communicate effectively utilizing verbal and nonverbal skills.
  • To help youth identify parts of a speech.
  • To help youth build their communication skills through simple speaking opportunities.
  • To provide communication activities to be utilized at the 4-H Club meeting.
objective 1

Objective 1

To help youth communicate utilizing verbal and nonverbal skills.

nonverbal communication
Nonverbal Communication

What is nonverbal communication?

Body Language

  • Facial Expressions
  • Eyes, Eye Contact
  • Arm Movement
  • Body Stance
silent tv activity
“Silent TV” Activity
  • Try to figure out what the characters are saying and doing based on their nonverbal communication.
  • Write down what you think they are saying.
silent tv activity continued
“Silent TV” Activity continued
  • Describe what characters were saying and doing.
  • What were the nonverbal cues?
  • Write down any nonverbal cues that you observe.
objective 2

Objective 2

To help youth identify parts of a speech.

parts of a speech
Parts of a Speech
  • Introduction
  • Body of the speech

(3-5 main points)

  • Closing
writing a speech
Writing a Speech
  • Introduction- You tell them what you’re going to tell them
  • Body- Tell them
  • Closing-Then tell them what you told them
objective 3

Objective 3

To help youth build their communication skills through simple speaking opportunities.

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FORE!

Clear communication is important.

now what
Now What
  • Whose role is more important, the person talking or the person listening? Why?
  • How can you be sure that you heard someone correctly?
  • What steps can we take to communicate more clearly?
sources
Sources
  • Conquering Fears of Speaking in Public (4-H 1001 Volume 1, 2007). 4-H Youth Development, West Lafayette, IN. Purdue University Extension Service.
  • Picking Up the Pieces (4-H CCS BU-08156, 2005). National 4-H Cooperative Curriculum System, Inc.
  • Wiebers, Justin. Writing a Speech. The University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service.
  • Jackson, Tom. Activities That Teach Life Skills. www.activelearning.org
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