Speech Notes 11400
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Date Created: 03/15/16
Chapter 4 Listening Listening vs Hearing Hearing accidental and automatic brain response Listening purposeful and focused attention Benefits of Good Listening 0 Better student 0 Better friend 0 Perceived as intelligent and accepted 0 Better public speaker Listening Styles peopleoriented 0 This listener is interested in speaker and how speaker feels actionoriented 0 This listener wants to know What action is expected content 0 This listener is interested in the message itself learning Stand Up Speak Out ACS 101 timeoriented 0 This listener wants message that gets right to the point Why Listening Is Difficult 0 noise anything that interferes with ability to understand message 0 Physical Noise actual noise like construction trucks dogs that affects O Psychological Noise noise in head personal problems 0 Physiological Noise listeners body hunger sick 0 Semantic Noise confusion over meaning of words Sources of Semantic Noise 0 reciever apprehension fear of not understanding message 0 attention span length of time listener can focus on message Stand Up Speak Out ACS 101 0 receiver biopsies reference to speaker avoid jumping to conclusion make listener confused Stages of Listening 1 Receive intentiona1 focus on speaker s message 2 understanding goal when trying to learn message 3 Remembering reca11 accurately meaning of message 4 Evaluating judging speakers competency and other 5 Responding Verba1 and nonverbal feedback by listeners during and after speech 0 formative Feedbackoccurs throughout communication process notes 0 summative Feedback occurs at end of communication event clapping Listening Critically 0 The use of careful systematic thinking to see Whether a message makes sense Stand Up Speak Out ACS 101 3 0 Critical listening and thinking can be learned and developed through practice Six Ways to Develop Critical Listening 1 Recognize difference between facts and opinions 2 Uncover assumptions 3 Be open to new ideas 4 Rely on reason and common sense 5 Relate new ideas to old ideas 6 Take notes Listen Ethicallyhonest intentions give full attention no phones extend respect Stand Up Speak Out ACS 101
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