Presentation on theme: "Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Nine What to Do When You Do Not Understand."— Presentation transcript:
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Nine What to Do When You Do Not Understand
Talk to Me Last lesson we talked about using good manners. Who can remember what we talked about? Today we are going to talk about ways to tell someone that you do not understand what they are saying.
What to Do When You Do Not Understand When someone is talking to you, it is very important that you understand what they are saying. When people do not understand what the other person is trying to tell them, it can make everyone feel mixed up and confused.
What to Do When You Do Not Understand There are ways we can tell someone that we do not understand what they are saying. Write on the smart board some ways to let others know that you do not understand them.
What to Do When You Do Not Understand Some things you might say are: *I’m sorry can you please say that again? *I’m not sure what you meant when you said...? *I’m sorry but I do not understand.
What is wrong in this picture? Circle the RIGHT answer. A) The boy does not understand what the girl is saying. B) The girl is wearing a dress. C) The boy does understand what the girl is saying.
I’m sorry I didn’t understand when you said the rabbit was near the fence Oh that’s okay, the rabbit was trying to crawl under the fence...
What is right with this picture Circle the RIGHT answer. A)The boy is being rude. B)The girl is not talking at all. C)The boy has told the girl that he does not understand what she said.
Activity Your teacher will now give you each a picture of two people talking to colour in. You will notice that there are empty speech bubbles. Please write in the speech bubbles what one of the people might say to the other person, when they do not understand what they are saying.
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