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Title: Teaching Listening


1
Teaching Listening
  • Serena Chu
  • English Language Fellow
  • UASLP
  • Diplomado A

2
What are some Mexican wedding traditions?
3
Making predictions
  • You are about to listen to a reading on wedding
    traditions. Predict which 6 words you will hear
  • candle
  • shoes
  • ceremony

rings red dance cake
lights dress flowers church
4
Retelling
  • Now, retell the story on weddings in your own
    words. You can use the key words to guide you.

5
Dictation
  • Listen to the sentences and write down what you
    hear.

6
Predict the story
  • Based on the dictation and the photo, what do you
    think the story is going to be about?

At a place where the snow seemed very solid, the
ice broke. He would have to build a fire now to
dry his clothes and boots. He sat and looked at
the place where the fire had been. The dog was
still watching him.
7
Now, listen to the story and read along
  • To Build a Fire by Jack London

8
Storyboard
  • Create storyboard to show sequence of story
  • Retell story using your own words

9
Another sequencing activity
  • Video

Whats the difference between getting the gist of
something and getting the details?
10
Sequencing activity songs
  • Listen to the song Pretty Woman and put the
    lyrics in the order that you hear them

11
Movie clips
  • Now lets watch a clip from the movie!
  • Now, with the sound turned off, act out the
    scenes with your partner (or do a role play)

12
Filling in charts and tables
  • First, lets do the pre-listening activity
  • Coping with stress

Have you been in similar situations? Which of
these situations is most stressful?
13
Pre-listening discussionThese can be stressful
situations. Add one more. Then rank them from 1
(most stressful) to 10 (least stressful)
____ shopping for gifts ____ preparing for
exams ____ meeting new people ____ being stuck in
traffic ____ speaking English
____ dealing with family problems ____ trying to
save money ____ speaking in front of a group ____
starting a new job ____ ____________________
Now, compare your ideas with a partner. How do
you cope with these stressful situations?
14
Now listen! Four people are talking about
stressful situations. Write the reason for each
persons stress
Reason for stress Solution
Andrew
Sonya
Brent
15
Post-listening discussionWhats the best way to?
Whats the best way to? Classmate / Advice
keep feeling young
keep calm when speaking English
cure a cold naturally
avoid stress when youre stuck in traffic
16
Another prediction activity cloze
  • Look at the reading on Prince William. How much
    do you know about him? Try to fill in the blanks
    with a partner.
  • Now, lets listenhow did you do?

17
And one more listening activity...
  • Running dictation!

You can use this as a pre-listening or
post-listening activity to check for comprehension
18
Here are the correct answers to the dictation
  • Prince William married Kate Middleton in April,
    2011.
  • He was born in London in 1982.
  • He loves animals and has a pet dog.
  • He attended school at Oxford University.
  • His brothers name is Gordon.

19
Now, with your group
  • Decide which of the dictation sentences are true
    and which are false.
  • Correct the false statements

20
Check out these websites!
  • Voice of America
  • www.voanews.com
  • Randalls ESL Cyber Listening
  • www.esl-lab.com/

21
Practical English Language Teaching Listening
  • Choose an activity from the book. Explain
  • What is the activity? What listening skill does
    it address?
  • What level is it for?
  • Do you think the activity is effective? Why or
    why not?

22
Strategies for listening, p. 70
  • 1. Predicting
  • 2. Inferencing
  • 3. Monitoring
  • 4. Clarifying
  • 5. Responding
  • 6. Evaluation
  • Choose three of the above. In your notebooks,
    freewrite Why are these 3 strategies are
    important? Give examples.
  • Share with a partner.

23
Resources
  • Jones, Leo. Lets Talk 3. New York Cambridge
    U. Press, 2008. Units 6 and 9.
  • Helgesen, Marc and Brown, Steven. Practical
    English Language Teaching Listening. New York
    McGraw Hill, 2007.
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