Ch 4, P 68 72

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Ch 4, P 68 72

  1. 1. Listening…<br />p. 68-70<br />
  2. 2. To a Friend<br />Interpersonal Communication<br />More frequent than listening to formal speakers<br />
  3. 3. Have you ever…<br />Been sharing an emotional story with someone, only to be interrupted and have them tell you something they are thinking about that is way off subject or he/she changes the subject altogether! <br />
  4. 4. Function to “Listen” in the Body of Christ<br />Hebrews 12:12 NLT<br />“So take a new grip with your tired hands and stand firm on your shaky legs.”<br />Galatians 6:2 NLT<br />“Share each other's troubles and problems, and in this way obey the law of Christ.” <br />Support others by listening to them.<br />
  5. 5. For Comprehension<br />As a student, seek to learn and understand new info<br />Avoid routine and boredom<br />God’s plan<br />Work to gain all He has for you<br />
  6. 6. Identify the Speaker’s Pattern of Organization<br />Retell what the speaker said in a way you can understand<br />Take notes<br />Write questions you could ask the speaker<br />Actively involve yourself for “understanding”<br />
  7. 7. For Better Understanding, Take “Effective” Notes<br />1. Prepare<br />2. Examine<br />3. Listen or write<br />4. Review<br />5. Revise<br />
  8. 8. 1. Prepare<br />Supplies should be out & ready BEFORE speaker begins.<br /><ul><li>Pen/pencil
  9. 9. Paper
  10. 10. Highlighter</li></li></ul><li>2. Examine<br />Identify speaker’s organization or outline<br />A well-planned speech can be outlined<br />Look for “signposts”<br />Note important ideas & details<br />
  11. 11. 3. Listen or Write<br />Avoid doing both at once. <br /><ul><li>(Jack of All Trades, Master of None)
  12. 12. Listen first, then write the thought
  13. 13. Use “frags,” or short sentences
  14. 14. Writing every word, sets you up for “In one ear, & out the other”</li></ul>Listen first, then write.<br />
  15. 15. 4. Review<br />After the speech/lecture is complete, quickly go over notes<br />Highlight important points<br />Take note of new vocabulary<br />Identify concepts<br />
  16. 16. 5. Revise<br />When reviewing, check over notes. Make sure you understand your writing and meaning.<br />Fill in details, as needed<br />Write down questions to ask for clarification.<br />
  17. 17. Increase your Knowledge<br />God has given each of us a “Pool of Knowledge”<br />You determine if it will be a <br />Thimble full<br />A wading pool<br />A lake<br />A vast ocean<br />

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