Teaching receptive skills

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Teaching receptive skills

  1. 1. LISTENING & READING
  2. 2. “Listen or your tongue will keep you deaf.” Native American Indian Proverb “Every man who knows how to read has it in his power to magnify himself, to multiply the ways in which he exists, to make his life full, significant and interesting” Aldous Huxley
  3. 3. LISTENING READING Understanding what  Understanding written others say. texts
  4. 4. LISTENING READING Study  Study Language acquisition  Language acquisition Model  Model Language  Language Better listeners  Discussion
  5. 5. LISTENING READING Significant  Authenticity Interesting  Topics Different types
  6. 6. THE LISTENING PROCESS THE READING PROCESS PRE-LISTENING  BEFORE-READING DURING-LISTENING  DURING-READING AFTER-LISTENING  AFTER-READING
  7. 7. LISTENING READING The tape recorder is just as  Reading is not a passive skill important as the tape  Students need to be engaged Preparation is vital with what they are reading Once will not be enough  Students should be Students should be encouraged to respond to the encouraged to respond to the context of reading a text, not content of the listening, not just to the language just to the language Different listening stages  Prediction is a major factor in demand different listening reading tasks  Match the task to the topic Good teachers exploit  Good teachers exploit listening texts to the full reading texts to the full
  8. 8. Techniques for videos:•Playing the tape without sound•Playing the tape but covering the picture•Freezing the picture•Dividing the class in half Extra suggestions…
  9. 9.  Scan SkimPURPOSE OF READING: Pleasure Detailed comprehension Confirm expectations Recognise functions, discourse patterns and markers Deduce meaning
  10. 10. LISTENING READING

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