Briefly describe the four stages of listening.

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1)  Briefly describe the four stages of listeningSee page 4 of the online lecture.

2)  The lecture introduced four Listening Styles.  Using just one sentence for each, describe a listening opportunity when you could use Informational Listening; a listening opportunity when you could use Critical Listening; a listening opportunity when you could use Appreciative Listening; and a listening opportunity when you could use Empathic ListeningSee page 11 of the online lecture.

3)  Describe your normal (most frequently used) listening dispositionSee page 12 of the online lecture.

4)  Most of us have used each of the Listening Preferences.  Many of us have a combination of two Listening Preferences; for example, a person who frequently listens with the intent to ‘fix’ a problem as soon as possible would have a combination Action Focused and Time Focused listening preference.  Which of the four Listening Preferences, or which combination of two or more of those four, best describes your normal listening?  Support your selection with a description that explains your listening preference. See page 13 of the online lecture.

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