Teaching Listening in the Language Classroom – S$7.00
This booklet presents ways to teach listening systematically. It provides teachers with a simple but comprehensive framework for designing listening tasks. Sample lesson outlines to demonstrate the integration of listening with other language skills are presented. The author explains how teachers can use process-based discussions, listening diaries and perception activities to increase learners, awareness about listening in another language. Ideas for using authentic materials such as literary texts, CD ROMs and the World Wide Web, are also discussed. Each chapter includes tasks that enable readers to reflect on key points about teaching listening as well as develop activities and lessons appropriate for their classes.
Christine C.M. Goh is an assistant professor in the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She teaches methodology and applied linguistics courses in degree and postgraduate programmes. Her area of specialisation in ELT methodology is the teaching of listening, speaking and pronunciation. She was an in-service teacher trainer in Malaysia and a teacher of English and Literature for many years.
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Title: Teaching Listening in the Language Classroom
Size: 210 x 148mm
Pages: 4pp Cover + 62pp Content
Finishing: Perfect Bind
|Dimensions||21 × 14.8 cm|
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