ENGLISH FOR ACADEMICAND PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Paul Nikko Corpuz Lubat, LPT Process of transmitting ideas from one person to another Exchanging of information between or among persons for better understanding Communication has two main divisions: Verbal Non-Verbal Non-Verbal Communication Includes facial expression, body movement, signs, and gestures used to convey or to deliver ideas Concerned more with how to reinforce the transmission of ideas without words Generally refer to a mode of communication transmitted thru actions and appearance Verbal Communication Both written and oral communication Concerned more with what words shall be used to express a message or an idea Maybe in writing or oral writing Specific Competencies in Language Learning/Arts: Listening Skills Speaking Skills Reading Skills Writing Skills Measured by one’s ability to understand and remember the word or words spoken and heard ACTIVE LISTENING Process of exemplifying the conscious and attentive way of using the sense of hearing Exemplifies the hearer’s interest to actively participate in understanding what is being heard Passive Listening Process of using the sense of hearing in submissiveness Indicative of one’s attitude of being relaxed and somewhat unconcerned with what is being heard Serious Listening Corresponds to one’s way of assessing and evaluating whatever is heard from a speaker Further classified into two categories: Critical listening Social listening Critical Listening Mode of listening whereby the listener exercises evaluative and careful judgment. Sort of selective listening Attentive Listening- shows earnest and careful attention Reflective Listening- placing himself in the shoes of the affected Reactive Listening-reacts to what is heard with the form of excitation Social Listening Listener socially enjoys what is heard Appreciative listening- manifests non-verbal signs in appreciating what is heard Conversational listening – process of undergoing participative listening Courteous listening- polite and gracious way of interacting with someone who converses Foreign studies disclosed that 30% of a man’s time per day is regularly allotted to sleeping; 70% to his waking hours approximately distributed to the following communication channels: 1. Listening – 31% 2. Speaking – 21% 3. Reading 11% 4. Writing – 7% “Man was created with two ears and with only one mouth so that he could listen twice as much as he could speak.”
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