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  • 1. SCHOOL OF LANGUAGESLINGÜISTICS MASTERY’S PROGRAM TEACHER: NADIA JARAMILLO STUDENT: LUIS CUZCO SUBJECT: TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATIONAL TOOLS IBARRA – OCTOBER 2012
  • 2. 10 KEYS FOR LISTENING SKILLS
  • 3. RECEIVING SKILLS Listening is composed of six distinct components Hearing: The physiological process of receiving sound and/or other stimuli. Attending: The conscious and unconscious process of focusing attention on external stimuli. Interpreting: The process of decoding the symbols or behavior attended to. Evaluating: The process of deciding the value of the information to the receiver. Remembering: The process of placing the appropriate information into short-term or long-term storage. Responding: The process of giving feedback to the source and/or other receivers.
  • 4. Facts about Listening Listening is our primary communication activity. Our listening habits are not the result of training but rather the result of the lack of it. Most individuals are inefficient listeners. Inefficient and ineffective listening is extraordinarily costly. Good listening can be taught.
  • 5. Styles of receiving:There are a number of styles of receiving information. The appropriate style is dependent upon the relative importance of content compared to the relationship and the involvement of the individual receiving the information.
  • 6. Ten Keys for Effective Listening By Lyman Steil
  • 7. The Poor Listener: Tunes out dry topics.1.- Find areas of interest. The Good Listener: Seizes opportunities: "Whats in it for me?" The Poor Listener: Tunes out if delivery is poor.2.- Judge content, not delivery. The Good Listener: Judges content, skips over delivery errors. The Poor Listener: Tends to enter into argument.3.- Hold your fire. The Good Listener: Doesnt judge until comprehension is complete. The Poor Listener: Listens for facts.4.- Listen for ideas. The Good Listener: Listens for central theme. The Poor Listener: Is busy with form, misses content.5.- Be a flexible note taker. The Good Listener: Adjusts to topic and organizational pattern.
  • 8. The Poor Listener: Shows no energy output, fakes attention.6.- Work at listening. The Good Listener: Works hard; exhibits alertness. The Poor Listener: Is distracted easily. The Good Listener: Fights or avoids7.- Resist distractions. distractions; tolerates bad habits in others; knows how to concentrate. The Poor Listener: Resists difficult material; seeks light, recreational material.8.- Exercise your mind. The Good Listener: Uses heavier material as exercise for the mind. The Poor Listener: Reacts to emotional9.- Keep your mind words.open. The Good Listener: Interprets emotional words; does not get hung up on them. The Poor Listener: Tends to daydream with slow speakers.10.- Thought is faster The Good Listener: Challenges, anticipates,than speech; use it. mentally summarizes, weights the evidence, listens between the lines to tone and voice.