Directions: Listen to the first video presentation completely.  Then listen again to the first presentation writing main ideas and supporting details.  Listen one last time checking your notes with the presentation.  Answer the questions based on your notes.

Follow the same directions for videos two and three.

Email your answers to study@learntolisten.education

Review: Notetaking

Download: Listening_Notetaking_Q1

Faking it: How introverts succeed

  1. (Introverts / extroverts) have been taught to fake it in society.
  1. Susan Cain wrote a book called, “Quiet: The Power of (Introverts / Extroverts) in a World that Cannot Stop Talking.”
  1. Susan’s husband is an (introvert / extrovert).
  1. Extroverts feel best when they are (with people / alone).
  1. Introverts feel best when they are (with people / alone).
  1. Bill Gates is an (introvert / extrovert).
  1. President Obama is an (introvert / extrovert).
  1. (Introverts / extroverts) make better leaders.

Compare your answers, and then discuss in your group what the main idea was in the video.

What is meant by genetic difference?

  1. What are chromosomes made from?
  1. How many chromosomes does a person have?
  1. What chromosomes does a boy have?
  1. What chromosomes does a girl have?
  1. T F Genes are inherited from both parents.
  1. What are two examples of traits inherited from parents?
  1. How many genes influence height?
  1. If a boy has the genes to be tall, will he always be tall? Explain.

Compare your answers, and then discuss in your group what the main idea was in the video.

 

Birth Order

  1. What was Ella’s life like for the first three years?
  1. Did Ella want her little sister? Why or why not?
  1. What did Ella want from her parents?
  1. How did she get her parent’s attention?
  1. Why did Megan become interested in sports?
  1. What happened on Thursday evenings?
  1. Who took the leadership role? Why?
  1. Who was more dependent, Ella or Megan? Why?
  1. Who played by the rules, Ella or Megan? Why?
  1. Why do you think Ella and Megan were different?

Compare your answers, and then discuss in your group what the main idea was in the video.

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