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Listening S kills Development. General Rule:. Students ’ ability to understand what they hear can improve very much if they are regularly exposed to audio materials: the more English they hear, the more readily they will pick out individual words, then phrases and sentences . .

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general rule
General Rule:

Students’ ability to understand what they

hear can improve very much if they are

regularly exposed to audio materials:

the more English they hear,

the more readily they will pick out

individual words, then phrases and

sentences.

daily learning programme
Daily learning programme

a ‘hearing English’ component

a teacher as a listening exercise

classroom discussion activities

audio or video recordings

listening cycle
Listening Cycle

Prediction

Teaching

Listening

Reflection

Checking

before listening
Before listening

Prediction and establishing context

  • predict the key words and discuss with them what they can expect to hear, e.g. names and places when they turn on the news, or numbers and times if they listen to railway announcements
  • read a summary of what they are going to hear before they listen to the full text.
  • determine the type of a recording text and the purpose to listen (narrative, descriptive, comparison etc)
while listening
While listening
  • Encourage your students to identify the stressed syllables and words in a listening text (the ones which carry the message) rather than trying to listen for every single syllable.
  • Students should practise listening to and reading the question, so that they are sure they understand what they are listening for and what they have to do.
after listening activities
After listening activities
  • checking and reflecting
  • whole-class discussions
  • oral summaries
  • reading the text from the tape script and listening again
  • listening dictations
  • written reproductions
and at last
And at last

Try changing the focus of the tasks they do in class:

  • sometimes ask your students to listen for specifics,
  • sometimes for overall summaries.