anonymous
  • anonymous
During active listening, which response is NOT an example of providing feedback to the speaker to show that you understand his or her thoughts? A. nodding your head B.turning your back to the speaker C.saying, "You're saying that his reaction made you feel appreciated?" D.saying, "Sorry to interrupt, but can you explain that part again?"
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Tarantulagirl98
  • Tarantulagirl98
B or D seems to make the most sense, all of the other choices are giving feedback.

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