KAU/ELC Summer 2008. Teaching Listening in TEFL classes Proposed by : Mrs. Neila Ben Rejeb. Plan. Introduction: 1) What is listening ? 2) Why it is the hardest skill to master What are the possible solutions? 1) Importance of warming up Tasks 2) While listening Tasks
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Teaching Listening in TEFL classes
Proposed by: Mrs. Neila Ben Rejeb
1) What is listening ?
2) Why it is the hardest skill to master
What are the possible solutions?
1) Importance of warming up Tasks
2) While listening Tasks
3) Post listening Tasks
4) Difficulties met by listening teachers and useful tips
Workshops: Group work
1) Preparation of a listening lesson
2) presentation of the work by groups spokeswomen
3) Peer observation feedback and discussion
To what extent can a teacher be successful in a listening class ?
particular kind of preparation prior to the act of listening
1) What is listening in the first place?
Wills lists a series of listening micro skills, she calls:
1- Importance of pre-listening tasks:
Selecting the appropriate tasks depends on:
diagrams, supplying cultural notes
vocabulary acquired in the listening.
and use pause button to give their brains a chance to catch up
CD, and the recording is fine
will be quiet outside, e.g. not at a lunchtime or when the class next-door is also having listening
The role of the listening teacher is:
for a limited lapse of time , so you have
to give them the fundamental knowledge that a student must walk away with
That’s all what teaching is about.