LISTENING TO LEARN. Chapter 7. 4 Types of Listening (Figure 7-1 – p. 214). Discriminative Distinguish among sounds and develop a sensitivity to nonverbal communication Aesthetic Listen for pleasure or enjoyment Efferent Listening to learn and acquire information Critical
Students are more likely to become lifelong readers
1. Preview the video.
2. Plan how to use the video.
3. Set the purpose.
4. Use the pause function.
5. Re-view the video.
6. Vary the procedures used to show videos.
7. Compare the author’s and camera’s views.
8. Respond to the video.