2011 Ch7 Listening - LISTENING: MORE THAN MEETS THE EAR...

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LISTENING: MORE THAN MEETS THE EAR
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Listening We spend the most amount of time in our day listening, yet we are never taught “HOW” to listen.
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Listening Defined The process of making sense of others’ spoken messages (p. 234) HEARING : __________…sound waves bounce off of ear drums. LISTENING : __________…your interpretation of what you hear.
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Mindless vs. Mindful Listening MINDLESS Listening occurs when we process information ___________________________________________ __________________________________________. MINDFUL Listening involves giving ___________________________________________ ______________to the message.
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Elements of the Listening Process HEARING Influenced by a number of factors… 1. _________ 2. Fatigue 3. ___________________ 13 million people in US have some type of hearing problem.
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_______________ Actually paying attention to what we hear… We would go CRAZY if we had to attend to
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