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Listening Skills Lesson Plan LOW PREP


Teaching listening skills doesn’t have to be boring – it can be fun! This interactive lesson helps develop whole body listening in elementary students. Bonus? The PowerPoint format means it’s super LOW PREP.
*Lesson plan works as a standalone OR as the first in a four-lesson unit bundle*
Engage your students in “The Case of the Super Students”: Ms. Lurnur’s class has gotten off the path towards becoming super students. Students become detectives and investigate what went wrong by copying what her class is doing (daydreaming, talking, looking away) and discovering how hard it is to learn like that. Then students learn that super student listening involves using your eyes, mouth, and brain too and engage in three different mini-challenges to show Ms. Lurnur’s students how it’s done!
This lesson was created with 2nd grade in mind and can work for 1st-4th grade depending on the depth of conversation throughout.
Resource includes:
• Written lesson plan with ASCA mindsets/behaviors and CASEL competencies. Lesson plan includes scripts for listening action story and listening drawing challenges.
• PowerPoint in two versions: one as a standalone lesson and one as part two in a unit
• Exit ticket
Open up the preview to see part of the PPT in action!
*Works great on PCs and MACs! Not compatible with Google Slides.*

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What others are saying...

“This was a great lesson to review listening. Our students were having a difficult time listening with the virtual learning so this was a great reminder for them!”

“Really interactive way to cover listening skills with a class that was struggling. It was a lesson that I could use the skills each time I was in the classroom. The teacher loved this lesson as well.”

“This was a great resource that I used in my Kinder, 1st, and 2nd grade classes after holiday break. My teachers appreciated the timely lesson.”

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