Cornerstone: Creating Success through Positive Change 6th edition

Cornerstone: Creating Success through Positive Change 6th edition

Cornerstones for Career College Success 3rd edition Topic: Listening/Note-Taking Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Why Does Listening Matter?

For establishing and improving relationships Personal growth Showing respect to others Professional rapport Showing empathy and compassion Learning new information Understanding others opinions and views

Basic survival Entertainment Health Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Hearing v. Listening Hearing is automatic, involuntary Listening is learned, voluntary Active listening is a conscious effort to focus on what you hear Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/

Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Chinese Verb to listen [Note to production: please insert Figure 9.1 from p. 221 in Cornerstones for Career College Success 3e] Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Categories of Listening Listening with a purpose

What is the situation? Listening objectively Do I have an open mind? Listening constructively How can this help me? Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Four Listening Styles Action-oriented listeners

Time-oriented listeners People-oriented listeners Content-oriented listeners Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Obstacles to Listening Prejudging information or speaker Talking Becoming too emotional Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College

Success, 3e Listening in the Classroom Listen for numbers There are ten steps to Listen for key words The characteristics of a ____ include Listen for transition words For example In contrast Therefore Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/

Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Listening in Your Second Language Ask for clarification Jot down a question to ask later Build vocabulary by listening to local/national media broadcasts Record anything written in lectures Join a study group Find or start a conversation club on campus Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e

Why Take Notes? You become an active part of listening process You create a history of course content You have written criteria to follow You create a visual aid for material Studying becomes easier

You retain more information and have higher grades than non-note takers Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Tips for Effective Note Taking Physically and mentally attend class Come to class prepared Bring your textbook Ask questions Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e

The L-STAR System L-Listening S-Setting it Down T-Translating A-Analyzing R-Remembering

Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Three Note-Taking Systems Outline technique Cornell (split-page) technique Mapping technique Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Outline Technique

[Note to production: please insert Figure 9.4 from p. 232 of Cornerstones for Career College Success 3e] Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Cornell Notes [Note to production: please insert Figure 9.5 from p. 233 of Cornerstones for Career College Success 3e] Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/

Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Mapping System [Note to production: please insert Figure 9.8 from p. 236 of Cornerstones for Career College Success 3e] Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e What If I Get Lost?

Raise your hand and ask instructor to repeat Ask instructor to slow down Leave blank space and question mark in notes Meet with instructor after class Form note-taking group Do not disturb classmates during lecture

Rehearse note-taking skills at home Tape record lecture with instructors permission Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e Topic Reflections

Evaluate content before judging speaker Keep emotions in check Sit where you can see and hear instructor Listen for how something is said Listen for key words and ideas Use a separate notebook for each class Use abbreviations in your notes Capture instructors written content from lecture Pearson Education, Inc. (2013) Sherfield/ Moody, Cornerstones for Career College Success, 3e

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