What is Reflective Listening? - Definition & Examples


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Which of the following is NOT a part of reflective listening?

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1. The opposite of reflective listening, high risk responses take the focus off of the the speaker and generate negative feelings. High risk responses include _____.

2. In reflective listening, it is important to use your body language to express _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and worksheet will help you find out how much you know about reflective listening. To do well on the quiz, you'll need to be familiar with the parts of reflective listening and high risk responses.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use these assessment tools to test your understanding of:

  • High risk responses
  • The focus with reflective listening
  • Parts of reflective listening
  • Ways to remove barriers and distractions
  • Significance of using body language with reflective listening

Skills Practiced

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about ways to remove barriers and distractions
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding reflective listening and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about the significance of using body language with reflective listening

Additional Learning

If you have an interest in learning much more about reflective listening, you should review the accompanying lesson called What is Reflective Listening? - Definition & Examples. The lesson addresses the following objectives:

  • Define reflective listening
  • Comprehend examples of reflective listening such as conversations with a pastor and a friend
  • Review the techniques that are used in the lesson's examples
  • Explore what high-risk encounters are and how they affect reflective listening