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Teaching listening. Project done by Vira T і umina. The teacher’s role is very important and his objectives are:. Exposing students to a range of listening experiences Making listening purposeful for students Building up students’ confidence in their own listening ability. Teacher’s steps:.

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teaching listening

Teaching listening

Project done by Vira Tіumina

the teacher s role is very important and his objectives are
The teacher’s role is very important and his objectives are:
  • Exposing students to a range of listening experiences
  • Making listening purposeful for students
  • Building up students’ confidence in their own listening ability
teacher s steps
Teacher’s steps:
  • Choose a listening text
  • Check that the activities are suitable
  • Adjust the level of difficulty of the activities
  • Think about visual aids
here are some ideas for while listening activities
Here are some ideas for while-listening activities:
  • Marking and checking items in the picture
  • Putting pictures in order
  • Spotting mistakes
  • Carrying out actions
  • Completing grids
  • True or false
  • Multiple-choice questions
  • Gap filling
post listening activities include
Post-listening activities include:
  • Problem solving
  • Decision-making
  • Role play
  • Summarising
  • Dictation
pre listening
  • Have you ever been to a Chinese restaurant?
  • Do you know the way they eat in these restaurants?
  • What Chinese dishes do you know?
while listening sample text a chinese dinner
While listeningSample text“A Chinese dinner”
  • Mr Wilson was a London businessman. He had to travel all over the world.
  • Once he went to China on business. It was his first time there and he did not speak Chinese. In the evening he felt hungry and decided to go to a restaurant. Soon he found a small restaurant which he liked very much, because it was nice, with very clean table cloths and white napkins on the tables.
  • The waiter did not understand English and so Mr Wilson tried to show with his hands that he was hungry and wanted something to eat.
  • The waiter smiled, he understood.
  • After some time he brought him some soup. It was exellent. Fifteen minutes later he brought him a plate full of small pieces of meat. Mr Wilson found it very good but he did not know what he was eating.
  • He wanted to find out what kind of meat it was, “Perhaps, its goose or duck,” he thought.
  • Suddenly he had an idea: he took a piece of meat, showed it to the waiter and asked, “Quack, quack?”
  • The waiter smiled and answered, “Bow-wow.”
post listening
  • Complete the sentences1. Mr Wilson did not work only in London, he also worked in … .2 .He was hungry and so he … .3. He wanted to know what kind of … .4. On the plate there were … .5. Mr Wilson found it very … .6. The table cloth was clean, and … .
  • Agree or disagree1. MrWilsn went to China on business.2. In the evening he went to a restaurant.3. The waiter smiled.4. Mr Wilson felt hungry in the evening.5. The waiter brought him some soup.6. The waiter brought the plate fifteen minutes later.7. It was duck’s meat.

Put the verbs in brackets into the correct past form1. Mr Wilson (to travel) … to China.2. He (to stop) … at a restaurant.3. He (to want) … to show that he was hungry.4. The waiter (to put) … a plate on the table.5. He (to read) … an English newspaper.

  • Role playWork in pairs: one of you is a waiter, the other one is Mr Wilson
  • The internet
  • Newspaper “English” # 38, 2007