Listening was defined as the ability to effectively perceive and interpret messages in the communication process. It was an important key to all effective and valuable communication. Messages would be easily misunderstood without the ability to listen accurately. Subsequently, the communication would break down and the sender of the message can easily end up with irritated or frustrated. In order to master one communication skills, listening was the answer (SkillsYouNeed, 2017). Researchers continue to regard listening as a multidimensional process which includes the physical, mental, emotional, and social behaviours of people (Brownell, 2002). Different models of the listening process incorporated with preparing to listening, hearing, attending, cognitive processing, reacting, translating, accessing, remembering, and listening channels” (Thompson, 2005).In addition, the significant of listening was to set up the understudies about the advantages of the skills that actually lead to better productivity, satisfaction and efficiency. It was imperative for the understudies to be conducted since most employers acknowledge the importance of listening skills by providing listening skills training for their employees (SkillsYouNeed, 2017). Besides, students also were set up with the relevance listening skills in order to be the best solver, settle on better choice, and long life training. It was significant for the students to be independent thinker since there were many employments required employee with basic listening capacity (Arono, 2014). Flowerder dan Miller focused more on integrative listening learning like pre-listening, while-listening, and post listening. Thompson also described active integrative listening learning which should be possible into few steps like prepare for listening activity, apply listening model, value listening viability, and actualize new objectives in listening activity (Flowerder & Miller et al.,2010). In fact, listening was an active process. The listener can, and should, be at least as engaged in the discussion as the speaker. The process of being fully involved in conversation was known as ‘active listening’. Based on research, it showed that adults spend an average of 70% of their time engaged in some sort of communication. Of this, it demonstrated that an average around 45% was listening contrasted with 30% speaking, 16% reading and 9% writing (Adler et al., 2001).