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Presentation  speaking and listening
Presentation  speaking and listening
Presentation  speaking and listening
Presentation  speaking and listening
Presentation  speaking and listening
Presentation  speaking and listening
Presentation  speaking and listening
Presentation  speaking and listening
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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

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