4-Listening - Listening Chapter 4 Understand Audience...

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Listening Chapter 4
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Time Percent Remembered Understand Audience Memory Understand Audience Memory
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Understand Audience Listening Understand Audience Listening What Students Think About During Lecture 0 5 10 15 20 25 Erotic Thoughts Reminiscing Worrying/Thinking about Lunch Religious Listening to Lecture Recall Lecture Percent of Students
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What You Do with Your What You Do with Your Communication Time? Communication Time? 45% 9% 16% 30% “Most people spend between 80 and 90 percent of their waking hours communicating with others.”
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Most People are Poor Listeners!
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Hearing vs. Listening Hearing: physiological process of decoding sounds. Listening : to hear something with thoughtful attention
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How do we best remember? Chunking Primacy/Recency Impact of repetition (on retention) Impact of redundancy (on retention)
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The Listening Process Receive Understand Remember Evaluate Respond Receive Understand Remember Evaluate Respond
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