Some professors mostly hold class discussion. DURING CLASS THE PROFESSOR:. LISTENING BEHAVIORS SURVEY. 1 . I stay awake during class. 2. I maintain eye contact with the speaker. 3. I don't fake interest in the subject. 4. I understand the instructor's questions.
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1. I stay awake during class.
2. I maintain eye contact with the speaker.
3. I don't fake interest in the subject.
4. I understand the instructor's questions.
5. I try to summarize the information.
6. I look for organizational patterns(e.g. causes and effects, listing of items).
7. I set a purpose for listening.
8. I forego the temptation to daydream during class.
9. I try to predict what will come next.
10. I take notes regularly (but not constantly).
11. I ignore external distractions such as loud noises, late arriving students.
12. I try to determine the speaker's purpose.
13. I recognize that the speaker may be biased about the subject.
14. I write down questions the instructor poses during class.
15. I copy down items from the chalkboard or overhead projector.
If you can repeat the fact, then you have heard what has been said.
Let's go back to zebra lecture: When you hear that no two are alike, think about what that might mean. You might think, "Maybe this means that the pattern of stripes is different for each zebra."
Do you believe what you have heard? You might think, "How could the stripes to be different for every zebra? But then again, the fingerprints are different for every person. I think this seems believable."
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commenting on non-verbal signs
(such as leg and foot movements,
known as “nonverbal leakage”):Even “If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips, betrayal oozes out of him at every pore.”
The way a speaker is standing, the tone of voice and inflection he or she is using, and what the speaker is doing with his or her hands are all part of the message that is being sent.
“A teacher surrounded by students remains the only way in which education
in the full sense takes place.
Body language, tone of voice, personality and emotionare all indispensable.”