Listening and speaking skills

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  • 1. LISTENING ANDSPEAKING SKILLS
  • 2. LISTENINGINTRODUCTION
  • 3. LISTENING PROCESS LEVELLING ASSIMILATION SHARPENING
  • 4. DIFFERENCE BETWEENLISTENING AND HEARING
  • 5. TYPES OF LISTENING ACTIVE LISTENING PASSIVE LISTENING MARGINAL LISTENING PROJECTIVE LISTENING SENSITIVE LISTENING
  • 6. DETERRENTS TO THE LISTENING PROCESS LACK OF INTREST EGO INVOLVEMENT WITH SELF IMPERFECT PAST, PRESENT TENSE AND UNCERTAIN FUTURE FEAR PRECONCEIVED IDEAS AND NOTIONS STRESS
  • 7. FACTORS THAT HELP IN LISTENING SENDER CREDIBILITY POSITIVE ATTITUDE CONCENTRATION QUESTION-ANSWER SEQUENCES
  • 8. POSITIVE CONNOTATIONS OF GOOD LISTENING WIDER PERSPECTIVE INCREASED SENSE OF COMPETENCE AND CONFIDENCE GREATER OPEN MINDEDNESS ENHANCED KNOWLEDGE LEVELS
  • 9. SPEAKINGINTRODUCTION
  • 10. FEATURES OF SPEAKING RATE PAUSES VOLUME PITCH/VOICE MODULATION PRONUNCIATION AND ARTICULATION LANGUAGE
  • 11. TYPES OF SPEAKING INFORMAL SPEAKING FORMAL SPEAKING GROUP DISCUSSION JOB INTERVIEW MEETINGS & CONFERENCE PUBLIC SPEAKING & PRESENTATIONS
  • 12. FACIAL EXPRESSIONS EYE CONTACT BODY LANGUAGE
  • 13. ACTIVITYToday at 11 oclock there will be a total eclipse ofthe sun. This is when the sun disappears behindthe moon for two minutes. As this is somethingthat cannot be seen every day, time will beallowed for employees to view the eclipse in theparking lot. Staff should meet in the lot at ten toeleven, when I will deliver a short speechintroducing the eclipse, and giving somebackground information. Safety goggles will bemade available at a small cost
  • 14. THANK YOU