Voice Levels Voice Levels allow you to structure the volume of conversation in the C portion of your CHAMPS. The following numerical scale is very easy to understand and to teach.
Voice Levels 0 (Zero) No sound No talking. Examples: while taking a test or listening to a concert
Voice Levels 1 (One) Whisper (no vocal cords) Example: asking another student a question during independent work time when conversation is allowed
Voice Levels 2 (Two) Quiet Conversation (only people near can hear) Examples: 2 or 3 students walking down the hall; 4 students working in a cooperative group
Voice Levels 3 (Three) Presentational Voice (entire class can hear) Examples: a teacher teaching a class; a student giving a report
Voice Levels 4 (Four) Outside Voice (entire team can hear) Example: cheering at a football game
HOW WILL WE . . . • Teach it? (provide lots of practice) ________________________________________________________________________________ • Monitor it? (pre-correct problems we have) ________________________________________________________________________________ • Provide feedback to our students? (+ or reteach) ________________________________________________________________________________