Assignment Listening & Communication
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Being able to accurately recall and paraphrase something you hear is called hearing.29falsetrue
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Being able to accurately recall and paraphrase something you hear is called hearing.falsetrueTrue or False60s
_______ listening allows listener to relax and enjoy the conversation.
_____ listening allows listener to acquire information, solve problems and persuade or dissuade the speaker, and requires full attention.
A function of the ears; an intake of information
Focusing your full attention on the speaker attentively.
Attaching a meaning to the speaker’s message.60s
being able to accurately recall and paraphrase something you have heard
concentrating on the speaker and what he/she says
attaching a meaning to the speaker’s message
a function of the ears; an intake of information60s
Concentrating on the speaker and what he/she says is called:
"I think that what you're saying makes complete sense," is an example of:
Ask "Can you repeat the last detail of the story?" when someone finishes speaking, is an example of:
Asking for clarification.
Nodding, smiling and thumbs up are examples of:
Asking for clarification.
What can get in the way of active listening?
Thinking about your response while the speaker is talking.
Sitting upright in your chair and facing the speaker.60s
Which of these is an open-ended question? (Only one.)
Did you take out the trash today?
You did a great job!
How did that make you feel?
What time is it?60s
What is an example of allowing yourself to get distracted?
Pausing your game and making eye contact with the speaker.
Giving feedback and asking questions during the conversation.
Leaving your phone in front of you while the person is talking.
Focusing all of your attention on the speaker.60s
When is a good time to give verbal feedback or ask for clarification?
While the person is talking.
When there is a natural pause in the conversation.60s
Nonverbal communication: Frowning is an example of
Nonverbal communication: Shrugging and crossing your arms are examples of:
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