What are the 4 reasons for learning effective listening?
A. Avoid Misunderstanding
B. Get Along Better with Others
C. Learn More about the World
D. Be more Successful in school & on the job
What are the 5 main barriers to listening?
C. Close mindedness
D. Over emphasizing the source
E. Listening only to what's easy to understand
Identify 6 things that an active listener does.
A. Prepare to listen
B. Expand your vocabulary
C. Apply the message to yourself
D. Pick out the central ideas
E. Provide feedback
F. Remember what you hear
List 8 examples AND short definitions of faulty reasoning
Name calling. : giving a bad label to someone without evidence
Card Stacking: giving only those facts which support only the speakers view
Bandwagon Technique: become part of an overwhelming group in favor of something
Glittering Generality: so vague that everyone agrees without knowing what they are agreeing to
Testimonial: the opinion of a well-known person who is not an expert on the topic
Begging the Question: speaker takes for granted that their opinions are true
Non Sequitur: "it does not follow". evidence given that does NOT back-up statement
Hasty Generalization: absolutes--> everyone, no one, always, never. evidence not enough to support broad conclusion
5. Identify 6 non-verbal questions
C. eye contact
D. paralanguage. stress, voice tone, speaking rate.
E. proxemics. how close the speaker is to listener
F. body posture