After both the speaker and listener have spoken, the observer may ask clarifying questions, may comment on anything they noticed in their partners’ exchange, and may add their own comments.
As each group rotated and students took turns as speakers, I watched as they moved more deeply into conversation.
Only after listening to the answers were they free to share their own thoughts.3.
The stays silent, witnessing and ensuring that the focus is on listening.
Michelle Oberman is the Katharine and George Alexander Professor of Law at the Santa Clara University School of Law.
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I wanted to deepen their understanding of their own beliefs about abortion, and more, to teach them to listen deeply to those who see things differently.
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