Thank you for sharing all your thoughts on the job that you think require the highest levels of speaking and listening. There have been some great comments! But there can only be two winners... and this time they are:
Precious_rainforest of Upton Cross Primary School in the United Kingdom, who thinks speaking and listening is more important if you are a teacher as you have to be confident and listen to students!
crafty_peach of Ormiston Sudbury Academy in the United Kingodom, who thinks that speaking and listening is more important if you are a judge because they have to control a courtroom and make decisions!
Welcome to the competition! There are three important rules:
- DON'T COPY OTHER STUDENTS
- FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
- ENTRIES MUST BE THREE SENTENCES OR LESS
If you don't follow the rules, you will not be able to win and your account may be deactivated.
This competition will close on Wednesday 15th June for judging! We will announce two winners on Thursday 16th June. Good luck!
There are a lot of discussions happening on the Hub about why speaking and listening is so important for audio journalists - people who create news stories for others to listen to.
Speaking is important for audio journalists because they must share the most important facts clearly and explain them to people who might be hearing about an idea for the first time. Listening is important for audio journalists because they must research a range of perspectives on a news story so they can present it fairly.
Pip thinks that speaking and listening is more important for audio journalists than any other job.
Your job this week is to tell Pip why they are wrong by suggesting why speaking and listening is more important for a different job. You should share examples to support your points.
- You could structure your entry like this:
"Pip is wrong because speaking and listening is more important if you are a... /insert job here/. Speaking is important for this job because... . Listening is important for this job because... .
- Read the other entries first and try to choose a job that hasn't already been said
- Make your entry personal to you - there are no wrong answers