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  • 1. THE POWERFUL ART OFLISTENING
  • 2. There is a definite relationbetween: Listening Speaking
  • 3. But who does the listening? It isn’t us, the ones carrying out this discussion. It’s our subconscious. It does all of the listening. It takes in any available data, but only makes you aware of a small, tiny piece of it.
  • 4. Studying=Concentration We can all agree that in order to learn, one must focus, listening can do exactly that. It is very rare that one finds complete peace and quiet, so, listening can help one that is somewhere he can hear the sound of passing cars, neighbors or even family. I mean listening to music. After a short while of listening to music, the brain automatically blocks out the sound, placing it somewhere in the background.
  • 5. Listening has it’s highway to memoryWhen you have a sheet of paper with data onit, and u want to put it up on the wall, you can’t justslam it against the concrete, you need to put a pinin it, or use duct tape. The same goes for listening.If a teacher is speaking in the classroom, a neattrick is using some kind of sound that he repeats ata constant rate. Like a cat’s meow, or a hollow snapof some sort. Later on, when the student hears thatsound again, his subconscious will immediatelycreate a tether to where it had heard that soundpreviously.
  • 6. Thank you for you TimeHOPE YOU ENJOYED LISTENING TO MY PRESENTATION

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