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Instructions
The Kentucky Comprehensive Listening Test (KCLT) is designed to evaluate your auditory listening skills. So, there is no video on this test–only audio. If you rely heavily on visual cues, you may find this test to be especially challenging. However, you may find yourself limited to audio cues in many of your day-to-day listening experiences. Identifying your strengths and weaknesses will assist you in improving your skills.
The three areas of listening comprehension that the KCLT assesses include short-term listening, short-term listening with rehearsal, and interpretive listening. Don’t be surprised when you hear a considerable amount of background noise in the second portion of parts I and II. Keep in mind that you need to interpret and analyze your test results in your application essay and/or other assignments outlined by your instructor.
Note that in the original test format, students listened to a cassette recording in a face-to-face classroom setting. You will hear references to a tape recording, an answer sheet, seating arrangements, and example questions. You will also hear the narrator ask students who cannot hear the questions or instructions to raise their hands. In our reproduction of the test for online use, we have deliberately presented the audio recording as it was originally administered. You may disregard the portions of the recording that do not apply to your test-taking environment.
Kentucky Comprehensive Listening Test- Please go to the link below to access the test. Your test results can be found under My Listening Test Results at the bottom of the Course Content area.
Assignment Instructions (very similar to Watson-Barker Write-up with this exception):

After taking the Kentucky Comprehensive Listening Test, submit an analysis of your results (500 words minimum) that provides the required overview and clearly answers the five questions found below. Specifically, provide a descriiptive paragraph for each question and number your answers, but do not provide the question. This assignment should be submitted here in your assignment folder.

I. Information that should be contained in your Overview:
* Section One/Recall, Discrimination # of questions were answered incorrectly/score of ???%
* Section Two/Delayed Recall, Comprehension # of questions were answered incorrectly/score of ???%
* Section Three/Listening for Emotional Meaning. # of questions answered incorrectly/score of ?? ?%
Overall Score: ???%
Once again you will post the overview of your scores.
II. Questions for Analysis (One paragraph per question and number your answers)
Remember to provide a descriiptive paragraph for each question. You should compare your results to the Watson-Barker pre-test to assist in your explanation.
1. What specific strengths were identified in your test? Provide specific examples from the test.
2. What specific weaknesses were indicated? Provide specific examples from the test.
3. Relate the strengths and weaknesses to your daily comprehensive listening experiences. What parallels do you see?
4. What external noise may have affected your performance on the test?
5. What internal noise may have affected your performance?
Internal noise is defined as a distraction within the listener/communicator (physical such as a cold or fatigue or psychological daydreaming or prejudice).
Reminder: You should compare your results to the Watson-Barker pre-test to assist in your explanation.
III. Write an Introduction and Conclusion as part of your analysis. The Introduction gains reader’s attention, addresses the importance of the topic, and includes a preview of what the analysis will cover. The Conclusion should summarize issues discussed.
IV. Incorporate APA citations (in-text and reference page).
Deadline: Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. ET on Tuesday of Week 3.

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