How to be a good listener

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  • Hello Class today we are going to learn how to listen. The first step to being a good listener is to make good eye contact, don’t interrupt what the other person is saying. There’s always something good you could hear in someones story.
  • Here is step 2 and 3. A good listener doesn't look around when the person is talking, waiting for something to interrupt. They wouldn't check their phone in the middle of a conversation while the other person is sharing a story.
  • What are steps 4 and 5?
  • Well, here are steps 4 and 5. A good listener doesn't wait to get their sentence in. They would understand the conversation and then talk. They would also ask questions to support what the speaker is sharing, so the speaker doesn't fell cut off.
  • Let's go on to steps 6 and 7. A good listener would use good body language. They would lean in and listen to what the person is saying. A good listener would also not go to the speaker thinking they already know the point and the speaker hasn't even said their actual point.
  • Sure!
  • Do you guys want to hear steps 8 and 9? Alright, so a good listener has to care about what the other person is saying. A good listener also knows to agree to the speaker with respect. They can't just go "I know what you mean." That would be disrespectful.
  • By teacher. See you tomorrow!
  • These are the 2 last final steps of becoming a good listener. A good listener has to remembers to follow up the conversation for ongoing conversation. The last step to becoming a good listener is that they treat the conversation with confidence. They use the info only for good. That is our lesson for today class you are now dismissed!
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