English for Academic and Professional Purposes Ppt



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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