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Assignment No; 01
"Types of listening"
This activity will help students to;
• provide students with the opportunity to apply the concepts regarding levels and types of listening to the routine life interactions
Listen the interview of Barrister and Senator Aitzaz Ahsan by Famous TV anchor Kashif Abbasi, in program “Off the Record” at this link
(http://www.pakfiles.com/watch/?v=S0xUaUUyTWJlSHc=&user=44) and answer the following questions after watching this interview vigilantly:
a) What type of listening Journalist Kashif Abbasi is involved in? Justify your opinion with logical arguments.
b) Which level of listening Senator, Mr. Aitzaz Ahsan is involved in? Justify your opinion with logical arguments.
•To develop the skill of critically analyzing and judging journalists and politicians in a communicative context
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Empathetic listening is paying attention to another person with empathy [emotional identification, compassion, feeling, insight]. One basic principle is to "seek to understand, before being understood. Another basic principle is to connect emotionally with another person while simultaneously attempting to connect cognitively. An excellent technique to help one connect cognitively is called "active listening" whereby you repeat back to the person what you think she or he said to make certain you understand. A technique to connect emotionally is to ask how the person feels about the situation or perhaps to make a statement about how you believe the person feels.
For example, a student might say, "My dog got hit by a car this morning." An active listening response might be, "Your dog got hit by a car?" or "Was it hurt?" Another response might be, "I can see this has upset you. Do you want to talk about it?" Whatever the response, it is intended to clarify the facts or information being presented [obtain understanding] and to identify and respond to the emotions or feelings of the other person.
When listeners have to evaluate a message and respond with their opinion, this is called critical listening. You need to scrutinize what is being said, and play an active role because it usually requires you to make a decision, form an opinion or solve a problem. Making a judgment requires you to assess the situation, and requires you to both listen to what’s being said while analyzing it at the same time.
Focus on these three aspects as you perfect your critical listening skills
bahut achy khan bhai good job
just show which listening type they have and write some about both types
1: Mr. Aitzaz Ahsan is involved in Protective Listening (Level)
2: Kashif Abbasi is involved in Critical Listening (Type)
protective kaise hai koi mj btay ga plzz