Kinds of Listening?

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There are different kinds of listening. Listening involves interaction between two people or one person and a group of people. It can be passive listening in which one person talks and gives information such as a teacher and another person or group of people such as students quietly listen and process the information on a personal level for future interaction with the person or teacher. Listening can also be active. Active listening involves two people talking with each other and interacting with each other at the present moment. This occurs when a teacher elicits a discussion with the students and the students respond to the teacher's questions with comments or questions of their own.
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