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Annotated Bibliography Mental Health Practice 9.5 (Feb 2006): p.12(7). (4622 words) From General OneFile Listening is a conversation Many people think that they’re good listeners because they’re good talkers. It is very easy to confuse good listening skills between good conversation skills. The best listening are the ones with few ego needs. Humility is better than talkativeness to being a good listener. Bentley, Sheila C. "Listening better: a guide to improving what may be the ultimate staff skill." Nursing Homes 47.n2 (Feb 1998): 56(3). General OneFile. Gale. Eastern Michigan University. 12 Apr. 2009 <http://find.galegroup.com/ips/start.do?prodId=IPS>. Listening in a hostile environment This article was basically about how to listen better in a hostile loud environment like a nursing home. Even though this article was for better help at a certain place, you can use some of this information anywhere. One example/technique the author used was to Give verbal and nonverbal feedback that demonstrates that you are listening and indicates a supportive climate. Like to give I contact, nod your head smile, and have good body posture. McPherson, Keith. "Listening carefully.(literacy links)." Teacher Librarian 35.4 (April 2008): 73(3). General OneFile. Gale. Eastern Michigan University. 12 Apr. 2009 <http://find.galegroup.com/ips/start.do?prodId=IPS>. Basic Strategies of listening This article explains how listening behaviors can be taught. These listening skills can be taught from the grades of K-7. The "Give Me Five" listening strategy by Prouty and Fagan is an example of an elementary-level preparing-to-listen strategy. This strategy helps kids settle down and prepare them to listen.
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Glew, Ruth. "Speaking and listening: implementing a programme.(Primary)." NATE
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