In the initial stages of this technique, students are supposed to listen for general understanding and later they should listen for details as they add to their notes through negotiating with their peers.
Then they will decide on details that require further attention, and listen for additional information.
Because I had already previewed the questions, I knew what I should listen for.
When I listened, I did not need to understand all the words and phrases; I listen for the messages only.
I learned to listen for
each voice, to achieve the proper balance among the voices in replication as well as in my own interpretation.
One of the first principles in crisis intervention is to listen for
the emotions exhibited by the subject and how they relate to the facts of the situation.
My wife Janet and I take time each morning on waking to pray and listen for
direction from the God who has led us so wonderfully all these years in fair weather and foul.
In essence, the call to listen is itself a call to prayer: "We are a people of prayer and discernment; come and listen for
God's voice with us.
One way to avoid interrupting unintentionally is to listen for words that indicate the speaker may have more to say, such as "and' "also' "beside, ""in other words.
Effective listeners listen for ideas and concepts, not just facts.
Alert children to the organizational structure of your message and tell them what to listen for
("Today you will be working in groups on the class newspaper.
If a patient wants you to listen for
20 minutes and you only have 10, you can prepare them for the interaction so they don't feel rushed.
The basic musical elements the coach must listen for
include correct pitches, rhythms and words.