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  • The Importance Of The Five Senses

    Stop what you 're doing! Now, that I have your attention, I see that you’re reading this or at least listening to this. Did you notice you automatically read something without even thinking about it? Well, let me tell you this, imagine you can’t see, hear, smell, touch or even taste? Things would be different, that’s for sure. While most people go on with life without realizing they have one of the greatest gifts on Earth. With millions of people disabled, we need to realize how important our…

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  • An Analysis Of Authenticity In Edgar Allan Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart

    Misapprehension Vs Authenticity in Edgar Allan Poe’s the form of untrustworthiness; the trait of lacking a sense of liability and not feeling accountable for your actions What is the telltale to say if a man is mad or not? A man may talk like a wise man, and yet act insane. In Poe’s "The Tell-Tale Heart", the narrator portrayed a story that he killed the old man because of his “evil eye" that made his blood run cold. Although the narrator tried to persuade the reader that he was normal,…

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  • Drug Court Vs Rehabilitation Essay

    Drug Court is a successful option for many addict offenders. The Drug Court program focuses on rehabilitation for the root of offenders problems. Unlike regular probation, Drug Court allows the offender to have a more focused experience in the court system. Drug Court requires the participants to test negative on a urinalysis report weekly and also to participate in AA/NA groups or other recovery self-help groups. Through Drug Court, offenders are treated with the expectation of treatment being…

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  • Descriptive Essay On Smell The Roses

    sound of a train, I imagine the “sound” of the train’s whistle. If the text doesn’t mention the color of the train, I imagine that it’s red with clouds of white smoke pumping from the engine. In addition to using the senses of smell, sight, taste and hearing, through visualization, touch is another sense that I use. The extent to which each of the senses may be used depends on the type of…

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  • The Listening Book Summary

    the authors’ personal experience of listening. While he makes the division of passive listening and active practice, he also mentions the unison of both. He starts his writing by listening experience in everyday environment, including the sense of hearing, the appreciation of nature, and the protection of ear and so on. In this part, he emphasizes the relationship between keeping the ear open while being safe, that is, aware of the sounds around us while avoiding damaging sounds, such as…

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  • Reflective Essay: Two Different Types Of Listening

    Listening is very important. Listening is an acquired skill; hearing is a passive action. They are actually two different things. Hearing is just when you hear something and don’t really process what is being said. Listening is being engaged in the conversation. There are different types of listening; informational listening, critical listening, and active listening. When you are in a conversation, you are either doing one or even two of those types of listening’s. Then there are different…

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  • Descriptive Essay On A Soundwalk

    Before embarking on my soundwalk, I had a few basic expectations of sounds I would encounter, mostly based on prior memories of wandering MIT’s campus. I knew what the soft, low murmurs should sound like when traversing the corridors. I knew to expect the clip-clop of hard stepping walkers in the silent tunnels, and the high pitched buzzing and whining of electrical components overhead. Outside, the wind would make soft, mid pitched whuuu and shhh noises, which would serve as background for…

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  • Importance Of Managerial Listening

    Managerial Listening Introduction A major part of communication is not only being able to voice ideas, but also to clearly receive the the said idea. Hearing is a physical ability while listening is a skill, and listening allows a person to understand and make sense of what another person is saying. Managers and employees both need listening skills to work together in order to function as a whole system. When workers listen carefully, they are able to have a better understanding of the…

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  • Sensation Reflection Paper

    or taken away to notice a change is known as the difference threshold. The study that has been done was to show the absolute threshold and difference threshold. The study conducted was on three different people of different ages and tested their hearing on if the individuals could hear a clock ticking from twenty feet away. Subject A will be my stepmother, Stephanie, who is forty years old while Subject B will be my husband, Jonathan, who is twenty-four years old, and lastly, Subject C is going…

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  • Why Is Pseudolistening Important In Communication

    skills to understand and take information to which we convert the language to which we tend to understand the meaning of what we are hearing. The sound process and sent the signal to the brain to translate into the meaning words. For example, when the baby was born about one to two years old, parent like mother and father teaches the baby by making the baby hearing the repeated words every time like saying “mommy and daddy”. This process takes in listening skill by the time the baby got the…

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