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 1/20/11 The importance of Listening Victorian Age:  punishment for delinquents Primitive Society:  offenders  Withheld from being listened to
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 1/20/11 Reception Message through both auditory and visual stimuli Listen through visual system-reading clues such as facial  expressions, posture, movement, appearance etc.
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The listening process  Listener Speake r M e s a g Reception Attention Assignme nt of Meaning Listener’s Response Feedba ck
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 1/20/11 Reception Hearing vs. Listening We spend 50-70 % of our waking time listening Noise Recall and Participation
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 1/20/11 Dale’s Cone of Learning
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 1/20/11 Attention Attention Span Factors in Concentration Motivation Difficulty Processing Speed Paraphrasing
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 1/20/11 Assignment of meaning  Perception – the sifting process Perceptual filter Selective Perception Assigning Meaning
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2011 for the course COMM 107 taught by Professor Gardner during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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