Active Listening Practice

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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.


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Ma. Lucila G. Anatalio

Where's my post? I just posted my answers for Q1 and Q2... A while ago it was just here - now it's nowhere ...

2232 days 21 hours 58 minutes ago

Ma. Lucila G. Anatalio

Talking allows me to share and express my ideas . Talking is an oral communication skill that enables me to connect with others . Communicating in this way helps me generate immediate response from others . Talking is an avenue to get to know others too. On the other hand, listening is taking in what others have to say. It is understanding and evaluatingSee more

2232 days 22 hours 56 minutes ago

Kavitha V

Talking helps the students to hear proper pronunciation and usage of a word. It gives you enough practice too.Listening will help identify problem areas of the students, We can understand if somebody is listening or not by asking probing questions. Students will have eye contact. They may nod their head in approval or otherwise. Theymay answer promptly.

2238 days 6 hours 47 minutes ago

mrs.hina mustafa

From talking v can express our own thoughts. ..From listening v get knowledge, ideas, decision making etc...v can come to know whether some one is listening or not through eye contact, body language n not answering. ..

2245 days 20 hours 20 minutes ago

Iraima Prieto

1) Gained from talking - a student is forced to think in the target language the ideas he/she wants to express, to construct the sentences with the correct word order, choose the appropiate vocabulary and make sure he is conveying the right meaning. In a few words, he/she develops fluency. Gained from listening - learning, knowledge
2) The person kSee more

2253 days 21 hours 35 minutes ago

Dan Savage

1) One thing you can get from talking is that since it requires you to carefully form your ideas before telling them to others it can help you see whether you're missing something or need to rethink something. Listening can give you a perspective that you may not have considered before, and by engaging with the ideas you hear you can understand the speakSee more

2260 days 17 hours 4 minutes ago

Tony Vega

thanks for this information....friends..is the best...I like..greetings everyone friends from ecuador..

2417 days 1 hours 24 minutes ago

Mira

When you talk, you develop your fluency, practise using your vocabulary, improve your pronunciation. When listening, you learn to understand people with different accents and backgrounds, you use your vocabulary and grammar to understand the person you are listening/speaking to. These 2 processes are interconnected:)
Things that indicate that someone isSee more

2439 days 22 hours 8 minutes ago

Rachel Herman

1. Gained from talking - expressing your own ideas, trying to work out connections, sharing your meaning with others; Gained from listening - knowledge, getting to know others.
2. In American culture, eye contact, mirroring body language, head nodding, uh-huh, yes.

2446 days 21 hours 8 minutes ago

Dr. Nellie Deutsch

Here's the post-class task: http://connecting-online.ning.com/group/active-listening-practice

2453 days 11 minutes ago

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PowerPoint Presentation : Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D English Language Teacher Education Leadership Curriculum Instruction and Technology University of Phoenix Atlantic University Active Listening Practice

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PRE-CASS TASK : PRE -CASS  TASK How do you know when someone is really listening to you? List the things that indicate they are listening. You may provide examples.  Active Listening Practice Relationship-based Interactive socially engaging activities

PRE-CASS TASK : PRE -CASS  TASK What do you gain from talking and what do you gain from listening to someone?  Active Listening Practice Relationship-based Interactive socially engaging activities

PRE-CASS TASK : PRE -CASS  TASK Do you prefer to listen or talk? Explain your choice. Active Listening Practice Relationship-based Interactive socially engaging activities

PowerPoint Presentation : Active Listening Practice Reading Brady, M. (2003). Wisdom of listening . Boston: Wisdom. Donoghue, P. & Siegel, M. E. (2005). Are you really listening? Keys to successful communication. Notre Dame: Sorin Book. Isaacs, W. (1999). Dialogue . New York: Currency. LeClaire, A. D. (2010). Listening below the noise: The transformative power of silence . New York: Harper

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