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Listening Skills

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These are some tips taken from the web that can help us to improve our listening skills.

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  • know that everyone has a different listening profile, so vary your presentation to other listening styles rather than to how you take in information (listeningimpact.com)
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Listening Skills

  1. 1. Rocío Mahecha Sánchez<br />ImprovingListeningSkills<br />
  2. 2. Sources of Difficulty by the Speaker<br /> http://www.drnadig.com/listening.htm<br />Voice volume too low to be heard.<br />Making the message too complex, either by including too many unnecessary details or too many issues.<br />Getting lost, forgetting your point or the purpose of the interaction.<br />Body language or nonverbal elements contradicting or interfering with the verbal message, such as smiling when anger or hurt is being expressed.<br />Paying too much attention to how the other person is taking the message, or how the person might react.<br />Using a very unique code or unconventional method for delivering the message.<br />
  3. 3. STRATEGIES<br />http://esl.about.com/od/englishlistening/a/listen_tips.htm<br /> “ Once you have begun to listen on a regular basis, you might still be frustrated (adjective=upset) by limited understanding. What should you do? <br />Accept the fact that you are not going to understand everything. <br />Keep cool (idiom=stay relaxed) when you do not understand - even if you continue to not understand for a long time. <br />Do not translate into your native language (synonym=mother tongue) <br />Listen for the gist (noun=general idea) of the conversation. Don't concentrate on detail until you have understood the main ideas.”<br />

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