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Title: Teaching Listening


1
Teaching Listening
2
Some considerations in teaching listening
  • Listening as a receptive skill
  • Listening as an active process
  • The difference between listening and reading
    (spoken and written language)

3
Principles
  • Use both top-down bottom-up knowledge to help
    effective listening
  • Combination of BU TD interactive processing
  • Activating previous knowledge gt pre-listening
    activity
  • Provide a context for interpretation and activate
    background knowledge which help interpretation
  • Provide different types of listening
  • Listening for specific information
  • Listening for global information / gist listening
  • Listening between the lines gt inferences

4
Principles
  • Provide different types of tasks
  • The students need experience with production task
    but dont be too much
  • Consider the nature of the text
  • Text difficulties
  • Text authenticity

5
Principles
  • Teach listening strategies
  • Predicting
  • Inferring
  • Monitoring
  • Clarifying
  • Responding
  • Evaluating

6
Classroom Technique and Tasks
  • Dictation
  • Cloze procedure
  • Listening for gist
  • Inferential listening

7
In the classroom
  1. A warm-up activities
  2. A main listening task
  3. A speaking task related to the previous task

8
Types of listening activities
  • No overt response The learners do not have to do
    anything
  • - Stories
  • - Songs
  • - Entertainment films, theatre, video
  • Short Response
  • - Obeying instruction
  • - Ticking off items
  • - True/false
  • - Detecting mistakes
  • - Cloze
  • - Guessing definitions
  • - Skimming and scanning

9
Types of listening activities
  • Longer responses
  • - Answering questions
  • - Note-taking
  • - Paraphrasing and translating
  • - Summarizing
  • - Long gap-filling
  • Extended responses (combined skills activities)
  • - Problem-solving
  • - Interpretation

10
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