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Can you help me understand this Writing question?Paragraph 1 — Three questions: What are your dominant past writing experiences? What is your current attitude about this course? Be honest—if it’s just to get a grade, it’s just to get a grade. What are concerns you have about academic writing? Paragraph 2 — One question: What is the difference between conversational writing and academic writing according to your understanding? Again, this is your own understanding. Do not goggle for help. These responses helps me make sure I provide proper resources within a course with a wide variety of student writing experiences. Paragraph 3 — Two parts. One question: What is your personal definition of listening? Again, this is your own understanding. Do not goggle for help. Two questions: Of the four communication modes, reading, writing, speaking, and listening, research repeatedly shows we spend the most time in listening, but receive the least amount of instruction on how to develop listening strategies. Have you ever had specific in-person training in listening skills? Give details and explain its usefulness. Have you ever read an article that gives you ways to improve listening? Give details and explain its usefulness. Paragraph 4 — Ratings and questions: Rate the way you listen in each of the following four contexts. You can create yourrating scale/words. 1. Personal (family/friends/self) listening. 2. Professional (work) listening. 3. Academic listening. 4. Entertainment listening. Would you like to learn listening strategies in any of these areas? Which of the 4 areas is the most difficult for you to listen well? Paragraph 5 — One story and one question: Share a time when you felt someone really listened to you. How/why did you “know” they were listening? Paragraph 6 — Open ended question: Any questions you have about the syllabus/course/me? It’s OK to say no, not at this time…or ask.
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