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Title:   " Trained Ear, The "

The premise of this lesson is that the ear of the listener is as important to effective communication as the mouth of the speaker. From the more than 2,000 messages the ear receives each day, the mind must sort out what is important. Dr. Grandgenett suggests 13 skills which students can use to develop their listening. These include getting ready to listen, identifying the structure and ideas behind the presentation, being selective but open to what is said, and watching for non-verbal clues to meaning. These skills are especially important in a classroom situation, since the lecture is the major element of most college courses.

A NETCHE Production

Production Date:  1975
Length:  30 minutes
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Subject:  Communications Language Arts
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