BY ESTHER NAMIRIMU
The very nature of listening and attention is fragile. It is governed by many factors; these include the student’s personal ability to focus on a task, current health and mood, distractions in the environment and the content of the task – its attractiveness, level of difficulty, and so on. Linda Sanyu, a teacher at Lohana Academy, argues that listening itself can be described as paying attention to a sound stimulus. The sound stimulus in question here is the
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