Listening, Viewing and Speaking
you here, see, talk to me now?
to listen and use information gained for a variety of purposes,
such as gaining information from interviews, following directions,
and pursuing a personal interest.
to select and listen to readings of fiction, drama, nonfiction,
and informational presentations according to personal preferences.
to acknowledge the feelings and messages sent in a conversation.
to use responsive listening skills, including paraphrasing,
summarizing, and asking questions for elaboration and clarification.
to determine main concept, supporting details, stereotypes,
bias, and persuasion techniques in a nonprint message.
to use movement, placement, juxtaposition, gestures, silent
periods, facial experessions, and other nonverbal cues to
convey meaning to an audience.
volume, stress, pacing, and pronunciation can positively or
negatively affect an oral presentation.
how to ask questions and makes comments and observations that
reflect understanding and application of content, processes
for Various Occasions
Learn to speak for various occasions, audiences and purposes,
including conversations, discussions, projects, and informational,
persuasive or technical presentations.