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Critical Thinking and Listening

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Rachel Lammey

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Transcript of Critical Thinking and Listening

Critical Thinking and Listening
Listening
"To pay attention to someone or something in order to hear what is being said, sung, played, etc."
Information
Communication Model
Broken C M's
Critical Thinking
Information
The Different Types of Learning
Auditory
Visual
Angela Fernandez
Beatriz Fraga-Gomes
Devin Lawrence
Lee Fernandez Roman
Rachel Lammey
Ryan Harty

How to Improve
Kinesthetic
Listening types
Active listening,
Selective listening,
Biased listening,
Evaluative listening,
Sympathetic/ Empathetic listening.
Thinking
Listening
Show you are listening,
Find most important points/remember them,
Show you care,
Don't interrupt,
Don't judge a book by its cover,
Stay concentrated.
Find the purpose,
Understand your perspective,
Consider the consequences.
Auditory learners remember by listening to a speaker.
Visual learners remember by looking at an example.
Listening is a fundamental skill everyone should possess. It not only is polite to let others speak, it can also help you learn about the world from different points of view.
Pros
Cons
Makes for better listeners,
Easier to remember names,
Good in debates and discussions,
Rhymes and songs help to study.
Can't concentrate when noisy,
Whisper to themselves while reading,
Uses voice to explain (often gets lost in words).
"Purposeful reflective judgement concerning what to believe and what to do."
Pros
Good at spelling,
Understands charts better,
Sign language is easier,
Note cards are more beneficial.
Cons
Pros
Most engineers are kinesthetic,
Usually grasps subjects more than others,
Better at sports,
Studies with music,
Good with memory games.
Cons
Takes more time,
More expensive,
Not ideal for classroom setting,
Takes more breaks when studying.
Not ideal for classroom setting,
Harder time on essays,
Bad at names,
Takes longer to learn.
Kinesthetic learners remember by doing things hands on.
Observe,
Analyze,
Informed conclusion,
Prediction
Self Awareness:
In order to be a effective communicator, you have to be aware of
what's being said
what the message contains
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