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Listening Skills Advanced Speech. Listening vs. Hearing What is the difference? Passive vs. Active? Rate of speaking vs. brain comprehension?

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  • Listening Skills Advanced Speech
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  • Listening vs. Hearing What is the difference? Passive vs. Active? Rate of speaking vs. brain comprehension?
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  • Four Ways to Listen AppreciativeDiscriminativeEmpathicCritical Give examples of each.
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  • Faulty Listening Behaviors and Reasons for Poor Listening Habits Pseudo listening Stage hogging Selective listening Filling in the gaps Assimilation to prior messages Focusing of delivery/physical appearance Perception, stereotyping, status, experience
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  • Faulty Listening Behaviors and Reasons for Poor Listening Habits Insulated listening Defensive listening Ambushing Insensitive listening Criticizing Distractions-three types of noise Cultural differences
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  • Faulty Listening Behaviors and Reasons for Poor Listening Habits Effort Message overload Rapid thought Talking has more apparent advantages (interrupters) Lack of training Jumping to conclusions Ethnocentrism
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  • Become a Better Listener Take listening seriously Resist distractions Dont be diverted by appearance/delivery Make an effort Suspend judgments Focus your listening-into, body, conclusion
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  • Become a Better Listener Ask questions Invite comments from others Identify areas of commonalities Vary and provide clear verbal responses Use nonevaluative responses Provide affirming statements
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  • Become a better listener Provide affirming statements Demonstrate bodily responsiveness Lean forward Relaxed, but alert posture
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  • Become a Better Listener Establish an open body position Responsive facial expressions and bodily movement Direct eye contact Sit or stand close to the speaker Provide supportive utterances
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  • Rhetorical Devices/Propaganda Testimonials False comparisons Jumping on the bandwagon Stacking the deck Name calling
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  • Guess the device.
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