An active listener should also show signs of listening like different gestures and verbal, non-verbal messages. Active listening is a structured form of listening that helps to focus attention on the speaker. The listener must listen attentively to what is being said and then repeat it to the speaker in the listener’s own words, thus showing the speaker how much he has understood and heard. If he has any problem then the speaker can explain some more. Quite a few times, the listener can interpret the speaker’s words in terms of feelings and then while paraphrasing he can say that from this speech I gathered that you felt happiness or sadness or anger, etc.
Although some people claim to overlook this power and keep an open mind, language is the true “key to identity” that cannot be shaken even after a first impression fades away. Certainly, there are idealists and altruists who make the claim that they are able to keep an open mind when meeting someone. And sometimes, based on a first impression, one might not make a judgement based on a language or dialect. These people claim that they look more at body language, confidence, and other more physical traits. They claim that the language a person uses is not the most important factor when it comes to knowing and making a clear judgement.
William Blake When the “Action of Ignoring” occurs within one’s direct experience it may be very difficult to notice that happening at first. But gaining that noticing as a practice is the challenge of Stage One that can be met by practicing the noticing of the closing of the sense perception door and opening it once again. And by also accepting the awareness and the pointing out of our closing’s by others, such as family members, friends, colleagues, teachers and even strangers as they compassionately share their noticing with us to be helpful to us. At the same time, actually employing the openness practices on a regular basis are the very best way to experience openness continually. There is no better way to live fully and completely that to be open to the fresh new evolving universe generally and our very own evolving selves as Be-ing the universe all the time or as much as possible.
Lastly, openness to experience outline to what extent one is receptive to novel ideas, curious, creative, and potential thrill-seeker (BBC, 2016). The test has been completed during the lecture as the result is shown in Table 2 and the test question is attached at the Appendix 1. As the result of the test, conscientiousness is on the top of the scale, followed by openness to experience, emotional stability, agreeableness, and lastly
The aforecited study was backed up by the study conducted by Munroe (2012), which confirmed the effectiveness of using open-ended approach in increasing students understanding of concepts and consequently, their performance in the subject. This was done by establishing a friendly environment where students were free to share ideas and opinions without being teased by their group mates. In like manner, students encourage their peers and at the same time, being encouraged to do their best. More advanced students were asked to assist the struggling
I am a great deal more than a nationality. I am a person why should willing find out about all cultures and to join from them the perspectives that I wish. I think there are advantages to having culturally diverse connections. Each culture has their own particular beliefs and methods for having so as to consider; a receptive outlook to others' points of view, you open your eyes to circumstances. A chance to see the world through another's eyes; possibly assisting you with seeing things in an unexpected way (better or more regrettable), and rolling out improvements inside of yourself/activities.
The ability to take the role of the generalized other is essential to the self. This self is in accordance with G.H.Mead. According to Berger and Luckmann(1966),human relationships are ordered by means of vocabulary and the language marks the co-ordinates of my life in society and fills the life with meaningful objects. According to G.H.Mead, Language is a vocal gesture which is a significant symbol for communication. It is important because individual can convey his opinions and assume the roles of others and thus interact with people.