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The authors discuss social listening vs. accurate classroom listening; eye contact and body language, and neurological evidence on the importance of efficient sitting positions.

The Structure of the Programme
The structure of the programme

This programme comprises a short series of interesting lessons and games to teach people how to listen and attend. It covers both active listening in conversation and effective listening and attention in large groups. There are clear and detailed lesson plans, activities, questionnaires and posters. There are follow-up activities to ensure long-term improvement in listening skills. The purpose of this programme is to encourage participants to formulate their own ideas, which can be translated into skills that they can use throughout their lives, and particularly to be able to use them in other learning situations. It encourages respect for others, shows them how to maximise the listening process and helps with self-awareness. The programme has already ...

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