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Free eBook Listening In Action: Activities for Developing Listening in Language Teaching (Language Teaching Methodology Series) download

by Michael Rost

Free eBook Listening In Action: Activities for Developing Listening in Language Teaching (Language Teaching Methodology Series) download ISBN: 0135387787
Author: Michael Rost
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 edition (November 6, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 162
Category: Mention
Subcategory: Foreign Language Study and Reference
Size MP3: 1437 mb
Size FLAC: 1471 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Principles for developing listening ability We can identify different strengths in the learning styles of each of these four types of learners.

Principles for developing listening ability We can identify different strengths in the learning styles of each of these four types of learners.

Paperback: 128 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0135387788.

Teaching methodology in the mainstream has not yet caught up with theory.

White (1998) presents a series of principles for activities in which learners progress through repeated listenings of texts. Teaching methodology in the mainstream has not yet caught up with theory.

The content of teaching listening with describing its techniques, strategies, developing activities, using textbook .

The content of teaching listening with describing its techniques, strategies, developing activities, using textbook activities. Using authentic materials and situations. Goals and Techniques for Teaching Listening.

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ISBN 13: 9780135387788.

It is important to understand your own assumptions and beliefs-why we do what we do in the classroom-and critically examine the impact of our own practices for learners.

The principles of teaching listening comprehension. 10. Rost, Michael, Listening in action. Prentice Hall International, 1991. The purpose and nature of the listening comprehension programme. The structure of listening comprehension and types of activities. Listening comprehension tests. The usage of the listening material. Listening comprehension tests present an effective method for developing listening abilities. 11. Scott, Wendy . and Yterberg, Lisbeth . Teaching English to Children.

In current methodology listening comprehension plays a dual function: as.Inferences, implications, relationships – these are as vital in listening as in reading.

In current methodology listening comprehension plays a dual function: as a means and as an aim of instruction. In real school practice these two functions are closely interrelated. Listening is frequently a group activity in which the listener’s response can be influenced by his companions’ reactions; reading is usually a solitary activity with time for reflection. The listener may influence the speaker; the reader is remote from the writer. Listening comprehension should result in a critical reaction to what is heard.