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Listening. Tonja L. Root, Ed.D. Early Childhood & Reading Education Valdosta State University Valdosta, GA 31698. Listening Process. “The process by which spoken language is converted to meaning in the mind” (Lundsteen, 1979, p.1). Listening Process Step 1: Receiving.

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listening

Listening

Tonja L. Root, Ed.D.

Early Childhood & Reading Education

Valdosta State University

Valdosta, GA 31698

listening process
Listening Process
  • “The process by which spoken language is converted to meaning in the mind” (Lundsteen, 1979, p.1).

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listening process step 1 receiving
Listening Process Step 1: Receiving
  • The listener receives the aural stimuli, or aural & visual stimuli presented by the speaker.

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listening process step 2 attending
Listening Process Step 2: Attending
  • Listener focuses on selected stimuli while ignoring distracting stimuli.
  • “Paying attention” component
  • Not necessarily related to physical behaviors

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listening process step 3 assigning meaning
Listening Process Step 3: Assigning Meaning
  • Listener understands the speaker’s message.
  • Uses assimilation & accomo-dation to fit the message into their existing cognitive structures or to create new structures.

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purposes for listening
Purposes for Listening
  • Discriminative: to distinguish sounds & develop a sensitivity to nonverbal communication
  • Comprehensive: to understand a message; required in instruction
  • Critical: to comprehend & evaluate a message; to detect propaganda devices & persuasive language

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comprehensive listening strategies forming pictures or mental images imagery strategy
Comprehensive Listening Strategies:Forming pictures or mental images/ Imagery strategy
  • Students may form mental images or pictures while listening to messages which include visual descriptions and/or details.

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comprehensive listening strategies monitoring
Comprehensive Listening Strategies:Monitoring
  • Students may ask themselves questions to monitor their listening:
  • "Why am I listening?"
  • "What does this mean (in my own words or thoughts)?"
  • "Does this information make sense?"
  • "How can I use this information?"
  • "What will I have to do with this information?"

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comprehensive listening strategies asking questions
Comprehensive Listening Strategies:Asking Questions
  • Students may ask the speaker questions to clarify meaning, deepen their understanding, and/or reduce/eliminate confusion.

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comprehensive listening strategies discovering the plan
Comprehensive Listening Strategies:Discovering the Plan
  • Ability to recognize the organizational plan of the speaker, & to use the plan to understand & remember the message.
  • Teach each organizational pattern separately before requiring students both to identify the correct pattern & to apply the pattern to their listening.
  • Incorporating graphic organizers for each of the organizational patterns allows an auditory message to become more visual.

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Comprehensive Listening Strategies:Discovering the Plan
  • Note-taking: Students may apply knowledge of organizational plans & use graphic organizers to assist with note-taking.
  • Organizational Patterns:
    • Categorization
    • Description
    • Sequence
    • Comparison & contrast
    • Cause & effect
    • Problem & solution

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lesson plan guidelines
Lesson Plan Guidelines
  • General Information
  • Title of Lesson: Efferent Listening: Note-taking during __________
  • Primary Learning Outcome(s)
  • Related QCC Standard(s)
  • Materials and Equipment
  • Technology Connection

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procedures step one introduction comprehensive efferent listening
Procedures: Step One: Introduction Comprehensive/Efferent Listening
  • Do something that emphasizes the importance and/or use of the strategy to capture students' attention.
  • If the strategy is similar to another listening or reading strategy previously taught, then review that strategy (i.e., activate prior knowledge &/or experiences). List questions.
  • Let them know that they will be using the strategy while they are listening during this lesson.

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procedures step two teaching 1 content comprehensive efferent listening
Procedures: Step Two: Teaching- 1. Content Comprehensive/Efferent Listening
  • Introduce & explain the listening process.
  • Introduce & explain the strategy.
  • Model the strategy:
  • Listen to a tape or someone reading a passage of information; verbalize your thoughts while applying the strategy; and do whatever you are going to require your students to do.

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procedures step two 2 check understanding comprehensive efferent listening
Procedures: Step Two: 2. Check understanding Comprehensive/Efferent Listening
  • Ask the students questions.
    • What is the listening process?
    • What are we using to help us remember to what we are listening?
    • When will we use this strategy?

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procedures step two 3a practice feedback comprehensive efferent listening
Procedures: Step Two: 3a. Practice &FeedbackComprehensive/Efferent Listening
  • Read a passage to your students, play a tape, and/or present part of a mini-lesson on some new information.
  • The information must be new to your students, or you will not know whether the students applied the listening strategy effectively or whether they recalled previously learned information.

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Procedures: Step Two: 3a. Practice &FeedbackComprehensive/Efferent Listening
  • As an entire class (large group), share, discuss, & record information in the same form as you are going to require your students to do & as you modeled during instruction.
  • Clarify misunderstandings & model for them the application of the strategy to their listening.

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procedures step two 3b practice feedback comprehensive efferent listening
Procedures: Step Two: 3b. Practice &FeedbackComprehensive/Efferent Listening
  • Read another passage to your students, play a tape, &/or present part of a mini-lesson on some new information.
  • Information must be new, or you will not know if the students applied the strategy effectively or if they recalled previously learned information.
  • In small groups (about 4), have students share, discuss, & record information in the same form as during instruction & Step Two: Teaching-3a (Practice & Feedback).

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procedures step three closure comprehensive efferent listening
Procedures:Step Three: ClosureComprehensive/Efferent Listening
  • Explain connections among lesson parts.
  • Review the listening process.
  • Summarize the strategy.
  • Give situations in which its use would be appropriate.
  • Summarize the content learned, as related to the primary learning outcome.

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procedures step four assessing comprehensive efferent listening
Procedures:Step Four: AssessingComprehensive/Efferent Listening
  • Read another passage to your students, play a tape, and/or present part of a mini-lesson on some new information.
  • Information must be new to your students.
  • Individually, have students record information in the same form as you modeled during instruction and guided practice & they practiced in small groups during independent practice.

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children s literature related to listening
Children's Literature Related to Listening
  • Balian, L. (1972). The aminal. New York: Abingdon Press.
  • Keats, E.J. (1962). The snowy day. New York: Viking.
  • Lester, H. (1995). Listen Buddy. New York: Trumpet.
  • Pfeffer, W. (1999). Sounds all around. New York: Scholastic.

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children s literature related to listening cont
Children's Literature Related to Listening (cont.)
  • Showers, P. (1990). Ears are for hearing. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Junior Books.
  • Showers, P. (1961). The listening walk. New York: HarperCollins.
  • Stanley, D. (1983). The conversation club. New York: Macmillan.
  • Wells, R. (1973). Noisy Nora. New York: Dial Press.

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