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Physiology of Hearing Becoming a Better Listener Helping Students Become Better Listeners Ineffective Listening Key Terms/Misc.
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What is the process of hearing?
The outer ear receiving sound waves that are then funneled through the auditory canal.
100
What is concentration?
The focusing of attention on the verbal message.
100
What is effective speaking and listening?
Four different techniques that teachers can use to promote _____.
100
What is pseudo listening?
Giving the appearance of listening, when in fact the listener is not attending to the message.
100
What is insensitive listening?
Taking the speaker's comments at face value and not considering the full message.
200
What is amplitude?
The stronger the _____, the louder the noise.
200
What is attention?
The concentration on the speaker.
200
What is classroom interactions?
Teacher initiation through questioning, student response, and feedback from the teacher closing the interaction.
200
What is selective listening?
Attending to information that is only of interest or relevant to the self.
200
What is empathy?
Understanding the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of another.
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What is hertz?
Frequency, measured by ____, determines the pitch of the noise.
300
What is objectivity?
Open and unbiased listening process.
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What is active listeners?
Teachers can use a catch phrase or hand gesture that calls children's attention to become ___ ___.
300
What is ambushing?
Listening to gather information to personally attack someone.
300
What is the auditory canal?
The scientific term for ear canal.
400
What is the oval window?
A connector for the middle ear to the inner ear through the cochlea.
400
What is strategic pauses?
The silence in conversation that allows for comprehension and consideration of the message.
400
What is diversity?
Every classroom has ___ in learners, yet many teachers use one approach to teaching.
400
What is stage hogs-conversational?
Individuals whose intent is to turn attention to themselves.
400
What is listening?
A process that entails hearing, attending, understanding, responding, and remembering.
500
What is the ossicles?
Formed by the hammer, anvil, and stirrup.
500
What is you cannot listen while you are talking?
"I've never learned anything while I was talking." -Larry King.
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What is metacognitive processes?
The acknowledgement or awareness of one's own thought processes.
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What is tuning out?
If a student doesn't want to discuss a topic, they will "____" and not listen effectively.
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Who is Oliver Wendell Holmes?
"It is the province of knowledge to speak; it is the privilege of wisdom to listen."




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