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Critical Listening

Listening critically means being able to put yourself in the speaker's shoes, to find out the intention, attitude or purpose of the speaker. This programme is the ideal introduction to the concepts of critical listening. Using dramatised examples we cover: hearing versus listening; listening for purpose; listening for choice of language; tone; pitch; volume; visual cues such as body language; pause and emphasis; effective listening skills.

Rating: E
Production Year: 1999
Duration: 20 min
Printable Resources: Yes

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