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LISTENING.ppttextbooklecture Ary -English Speaking Course Lucknow (CDI) – www.cdilucknow.blogspot.com

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Ch. 4 Listening

Listening vs. Hearing
‡ Hearing- the process in which sound waves strike the eardrum and cause vibrations that are transmitted to the brain ‡ Listening occurs when the brain reconstructs these electrochemical impulses into a representation of the original sound that gives them meaning

The listening process involves several stages
‡ Attending- paying attention to a certain stimulus ‡ Understanding-when we make sense of the message we heard ‡ Responding- when we give feedback t
Ch. 4 Listening

Listening vs. Hearing
‡ Hearing- the process in which sound waves strike the eardrum and cause vibrations that are transmitted to the brain ‡ Listening occurs when the brain reconstructs these electrochemical impulses into a representation of the original sound that gives them meaning

The listening process involves several stages
‡ Attending- paying attention to a certain stimulus ‡ Understanding-when we make sense of the message we heard ‡ Responding- when we give feedback t

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Ch. 4 Listening
 
Listening vs. Hearing
Hearing
-the process in which sound wavesstrike the eardrum and cause vibrations thatare transmitted to the brain
Listening
occurs when the brainreconstructs these electrochemical impulsesinto a representation of the original soundthat gives them meaning
 
T
he listening process involvesseveral stages
A
ttending
-paying attention to a certainstimulus
Understanding-
when we make sense of themessage we heard
Responding-
when we give feedback to the person who sent the message
Remembering
-what we actually remember of the message that we heard

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