Active Listening Practice 

Tuesday, November 26 2013 | 8:00 PM (GMT Standard Time)

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About the Class

PRESENTER: Dr. Nellie Deutsch

PRE-CLASS TASK INCLUDED BELOW the class description.
Please respond in a comment on this page and comment on your colleagues' responses.

Active listening is allowing someone else to talk unconditionally. That means suspending any judgement or self-talk while they speak. Active listening is a key to effective communication in our personal and professional arenas. However, did you know that active listening can improve your well-being? There are many benefits to active listening. The participants will learn about and practice active listening.

PRE-CLASS TASK: Please post your answers HERE on this class page in the comments section below.

(1) What do you gain from talking and what do you gain from listening?

(2) How do you know when someone is really listening to you? List the things that indicate they are listening. You may provide examples.

Language of instruction: English

Feedback
By: LuciaMiletti
140 days 14 hours 21 minutes ago

evaluation is not important, listening is more important

By: lopez virginialiliana
140 days 14 hours 20 minutes ago

Technical problems happen, but I really learned at my age....THE IMPORTANCE OF TTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Excellen and clear comments for us to use with our sts and IN REAL LIFE!

By: ElenaRoznov
140 days 14 hours 19 minutes ago

a great experience!

By: María Magdalena IbáñezMéndez
140 days 14 hours 16 minutes ago

After listening Dr. Nellie´s exposition I have changed my opinion about an "active listener". thanks a lot for your contribution in the study of the learning of English language.

By: MOUMMIMohamed
140 days 14 hours 14 minutes ago

It is an amazing session.I have noticed many new things to make my students break down the routine,by practising sports inside the classroom.Also, it is a great opportunity to lesson to native speakers and how do they present their lessons.Finally, I think it is a good experience and I would like our teachers offer an opportunity to share our ideas at the end of lesson.Thank you dear teachers.See you soon.

By: MarcFrye
140 days 13 hours 56 minutes ago

As I wrote this morning regarding Paul's lesson, the course viewed both as an entirety as well as individual lessons is very enlightening and rewarding. Sylvia - so much thanks to you for connecting at linkedup! Otherwise I would have never found out about all of this... A magnificent illlustration of how one positive thing can lead to another! Keep up the good work guys ;-)

Discussion

Francisco Perez Espino

1.. i think from talking we can express a lot of things! it's the most common way to communicate with others and share feelings, experiences, wishes, opinions. etc. and from listening we can learn a lot of things! some of them very useful.
2. i think it's physical. you can see the person's attitude and gestures like eyes, face, smile, etc.
3. i prSee more

109 days 10 hours 21 minutes ago

Francisco Perez Espino

1. i think from talking we can express a lot of things! it's the most common way to communicate with others and share feelings, experiences, wishes, opinions. etc. and from listening we can learn a lot of things! some of them very useful.
2. i think it's physical. you can see the person's attitude and gestures like eyes, face, smile, etc.

109 days 10 hours 26 minutes ago

Arwa Ahmed

(1 )From talking we can express ourselves,our ideas,our opinions. We can reflect to others how we think.On the other hand from listening we can help others,make others feel relax,think effectively,have a good time to decide what to do.
(2 )
1-nobbing
2-eye contact.
3-agree,disagree.
4-smiling.
5-gesturing.
6-following my speechSee more

126 days 13 hours 25 minutes ago

Giulia

1) Talking, I can improve my fluency and have a better idea of the areas of the language I'm weaker on (grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation ...) and need to work on more. Listening, I can learn new words used in context, gather lots of examples of language strings and learn how words are pronounced differently by various speakers

2) I know that someSee more

127 days 20 hours 34 minutes ago

Rosalva Salcido De Robles

(1) From talking I gain practice in pronunciation, the opportunity to be corrected, and to realize bymyself if there is something wrong. From listening you gain new vocabulary, and different rhythms.

(2)If the other person pays attention and comments when needed. If they just listen and don´t speak you get the impression they don´t care.

131 days 8 hours 2 minutes ago

Tânitha Gleria de Medeiros

1. From Talking I take the feedback of my tone of voice, pronunciation, intonation, in other others, if I am really giving the message I want to.

From Listening: it will help me develop my language intuition and putting lots of correct sentences in my head. Then, I can imitate and produce similar sentences to express the meaning I want.

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137 days 17 hours 55 minutes ago

Eman Al-Hajjaji

(1) What do you gain from talking and what do you gain from listening?

I gain that answers to questions , show the knowledge, views , thoughts ,ideas and opinion for the speaker .

(2) How do you know when someone is really listening to you? List the things that indicate they are listening. You may provide examples.
I know if he /sheSee more

137 days 22 hours 37 minutes ago

Teacher Nia

Reposted!
Active listening is allowing someone else to talk unconditionally. That means suspending any judgement or self-talk while they speak. Active listening is a key to effective communication in our personal and professional arenas. However, did you know that active listening can improve your well-being? There are many benefits to active listening.See more

138 days 16 hours 40 minutes ago

Maria Godinez

a. I think I gain from listening is to get thoughts, ideas and even felling and emotions, at the same time I gain from talking is to share my thoughts, ideas and felling exchange listening and talking is the best way to communicate with other people.

139 days 16 hours 37 minutes ago

ishaq

Listening gives us knowledge of new words and ideas while as talking makes us confident of any language.
When someone is showing expressions like nodding head in positive and negative points in a way that is confirming the speech.

139 days 20 hours 44 minutes ago

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