Listening Concepts

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You will need to keep a Listening Journal for at least a few days during the week. Keep track of your listening behaviors. Now, after reading the text and listening to lecture, identify at least three listening concepts. Give the definitions of the concepts. Use your Listening Journal to find examples that show these concepts you identified. Talk about what you learned about each concepts and your effectiveness as a listener. Discuss, based upon the information above, whether you believe that you are an effective or ineffective listener. Discuss the strategies that you take to become an effective listener. Add any final thoughts.

Take the field notes from your Listening Human Communication Field Research. What did you learn from the field research? Provide specific examples to support your answer. What are you going to change about your own communication behaviors? How will you measure your success?

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henryprofessor
School: Rice University

Attached.

Listening Concepts and Effective Listening - Outline
I. Introduction
II. Listening concepts
A. Active or reflective listening
B. Passive or attentive listening
C. Competitive or combative listening
III. Factors learned
A. Stages of learning
(i)

Receiving

(ii)

Understanding

(iii)

Remembering

(iv)

Evaluating

(v)

Responding

IV. Strategies to become an effective listener
A. Anticipating and removing possible distractions
B. Watching for non-verbal communication cues and tone of voice
C. Taking notes
V. Listening to Human Communication Field Research’s contribution
VI. Changing communication behavior
VII.

Measuring the change


Running head: LISTENING CONCEPTS AND EFFECTIVE LISTENING

Listening Concepts and Effective Listening
Name
Institution

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LISTENING CONCEPTS AND EFFECTIVE LISTENING

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Listening Concepts and Effective Listening
Listening skill is essential to an effective reception of messages. It is a combination of
hearing what another individual is saying as well as the psychological involvement with the
person who is talking. Listening requires an individual's desire for understanding another
person as well as an attitude of respect, acceptance, and willingness to open the mind to see
what things from another's the point of view. It demands high levels of concentration from
the listener who has to set aside his or her thoughts and agendas to try to see the world from
the speaker's point of view (Asemota, 2015). Some of the components involved with listening
include an individual's recognition of words and understanding their meaning, identification
of expressions and logical grouping of works, and the connection of linguistic cues to nonlingui...

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Good stuff. Would use again.

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