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21st Century Skills - Learning Communication & Teamwork Gr 3-8+ - cover

21st Century Skills - Learning Communication & Teamwork Gr 3-8+

Sarah Joubert, Rosalyn Gambhir, Paul Laporte, Amanda McFarland, Michael Oosten, Harriet Vrooman

Publisher: Classroom Complete Press

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Teamwork & effective communication are the essential skills required to find and keep the right jobs. We include practical real-life activities, role-playing scenarios and open-ended strategies to help the next generation become successful leaders and communicators. Learn essential skills on how to communicate with your peers and supervisors. Work together in project-based exercises while using technology and media to better learn how to network and collaborate. Use creative arts projects to learn what it means to be a leader. Then, practice with our role-playing scenarios while you effectively debate and argue your position. Chocked full of standalone reproducible worksheets to give young learners of today all the tools they need to become effective communicators and team players.

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