Remembering it is important listening process because

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4. REMEMBERING- it is important listening process because it means that an individual has not only received and interpreted a message but has also added it to the mind”s storage bank; but just as our attention is selective, so too is our memory- what is remembered may be quite different from what was originally seen or heard. 5. EVALUATING- it is a stage in which active listeners participate; it is at these point that the active listener weighs evidence, sorts fact from opinion, and determines the presence or absence of bias or prejudice in a message; the effective listener makes sure that he or she doesn’t begin this activity too soon ; beginning this stage of the process before a message is completed requires that we no longer hear and attend to the incoming message-as a result, the listening process ceases 6. RESPONDING- this stage requires that the receiver complete the process through verbal and/or nonverbal feedback; because the speaker has no other way to determine if a message has been received , this stage becomes the only overt means by which the sender may determine the degree of success in transmitting the message. Types of listening skills General Listening Types: The two main types of listening - the foundations of all listening sub-types are: Discriminative Listening Comprehensive Listening Specific Listening Types Discriminative and comprehensive listening are prerequisites for specific listening types. Listening types can be defined by the goal of the listening. The three main types of listening most common in interpersonal communication are: Informational Listening (Listening to Learn) Critical Listening (Listening to Evaluate and Analyse) Therapeutic or Empathetic Listening (Listening to Understand Feeling and Emotion DISCRIMINATIVE LISTENING is when the listener distinguishes between the verbal and the nonverbal message. For instance, your friend may tell you that they are feeling good, but the frown on their face and their sluggish posture may tell you otherwise. This type of listening can be used for all types of public speeches. COMPREHENSIVE LISTENING is listening to understand. Many situations can require us to listen for knowledge. For instance, if your boss at work tells you how to complete a specific task you would need to utilize this type of listening if you will be able to understand and complete the task as he instructed. Most of the public speeches will require a listener to utilize this type of listening and it is mostly used when listening to an Informative speech. APPRECIATIVE LISTENING is the process of listening to appreciate what the speaker is talking about. This type is often used when listening to people who we enjoy spending time with. It is also widely used when listening to many forms of entertainment, music, television, stage shows. Thus, listeners will always use appreciative listening when listening to entertainment speeches. This type is also used when listening to
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