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  • 1. How to do material for them Edgar Lucero
  • 2. Agenda Why listening and speaking? Types of listening and types of speaking Material for listening and material for speaking What skills can be activated in listening and speaking?
  • 3. Why listening and speaking?SPEAKING LISTENING Conversational discourse  To process and internalize Pronunciation linguistic information thru(intonation, stress, rhythm) reception. Accuracy and fluency  To build and rebuild our schemata in the TL by Affective factors processing meanings. Clustering, redundancy,  To master different types of reduced forms. spoken language. Performance  To trigger language use for(type of language, tempo) communication of meanings.
  • 4. Types of Speaking and ListeningSpeaking Listening Talking to oneself Imitative Reactive Responsive Intensive Intensive Responsive Interactive Transactional Selective ExtensiveInterpersonalextensive
  • 5. A listening… A lion in love
  • 6. Material for listeningit must… Follow a process of pre-, ongoing, and post-listening. Not be unidirectional, only receiving. Activate schemata and/or background knowledge. Activate and develop the skills of meaning comprehension and negotiation. Exercise different types and characteristics of spoken language.
  • 7. An example of speaking Please, join in groups, 6 groups exactly. The 3 houses we live in… Descriptions Advantages Disadvantages
  • 8. What skills can be activated in…Speaking Listening Discriminate syntactical features  Recognize pronunciation in the TL. patterns. Recognize and interpret meanings expressed in different  Distinguish syntactical ways. boundaries. Recognize and interpret  Process speech with its features. cohesive, coherence, and rhetorical devices.  Comprehend meaning by Infer contexts (leteral or establishing relationships implied) by connecting among syntactical features. syntactical features.  Infer and predict contexts. Develop and use speaking strategies.  Develop and use listening strategies.
  • 9. Considerations for…Speaking Listening Be sure you activate speaking  Be sure you activate listening skills skills Set timing for the activity you  Focus on one type of listening suggest preferably  Account for authentic Focus on few aspects of listening activities speaking, don’t try to cover  Provide pre- and post- many listening Guarantee some individual  Determine what aspects of practice before performing listening students must focus State your role as a teacher on the most