The instructor asks learners to listen
to a dialogue and mark on a transcript the rising and falling intonations using lines and arrows, then choose the answers below that best describe the intended meaning.
His example helped her recognize the importance of maintaining an open stance and forestalling early foreclosure, illustrating McRae's (2015) commitment to listening with curiosity: "My father could listen
to anyone: sit quietly, follow what they had to say even if he abhorred it--for instance the racism in some of my family members--and later use it for teaching, for pedagogy" (Dworkin, 2002, p.
Do you follow the general rule of treading on no more than 25 percent of the speakers time (coincidently, an anagram for listen
Still, we do interact; we do try to live; and we do try to listen
to each other.
to the recording for a third time and verify points of disagreement, make corrections, and write down additional details through negotiation.
The learners' responses also reflect the difference in proficiency: fewer learners of psychology specialization had to listen
three times--6% versus 23%, while almost the same percentage of learners in both groups had to listen
Have selected staff listen
without asking questions.
As for mind-drift, leaders who listen
up have a cure: They listen
with a purpose, increase their attention span by taking notes; hold the mind by making mental repetition of the speaker's points, analysing, evaluating and interpreting the message as it comes in streams, to achieve full comprehension.
The goal is to teach students to use their own hands to independently review their own body's readiness to listen
The next time you are in a meeting and trying to listen
well, notice how your mind classifies the information coming in.
Now go,/ listen
to the mountains,/ winged-feather/ spirits, four-leggeds, even/ scale-bodies athrob/ in water.