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Teaching Listening to
Young Learners
throughSongs
Presented by:
1. Sari Afriza
2. Pratiwi Pangestu Harso
3. RachmatWahidi
...
Scope of
discussion
Introduction:
 Introducing teaching listening
 Teaching listening andYoung Learners
Main stages:
 D...
Introduction
 Introducing teaching listening
 Teaching listening toYoung Learners
 Young learner: a child who is in the...
Developing
listening skill
 Bottom-up processing
 Top-down processing
Listening
activities
Three stages in successful teaching listening:
Pre-listening
• Prepare students
to listen
Whilst-list...
Listening
strategies
Rost (cited in Richards, 2008) introduces similar
way to get successful teaching listening.
 Predict...
Principles of
teaching
listening
1. Focus on listening process
2. Combine listening and speaking in the
classroom
3. Focus...
Benefits
 Can memorize easily the alphabets and words
 Can increase the ability of reading
 Can memorize the phonemic f...
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  • Pre-listening activity:Teacher may measure students’ background knowledge related to material.If teacher finds inadequate background knowledge, he may possibly supply more information to students’ knowledge.Students will be ready and aware of what they are going to do in listening activities.These actions can be done by giving some materials, e.g. pictures, books, maps, and diagrams.Other teachers may do these activities by predicting the content of listening text.In whilst-listening activity:Students need to focus on what they are listening. They should not write a lot during listening because it makes students do not concentrate on the listening.If teacher provides them a written task, they should have done immediately after listening to avoid distraction.Post-listening activities:Teacher may evaluate all progress and find the problem that students encountered during whilst-listening period.Teachermay evaluate the approach whether it is suitable to use in a specific purpose or not, so modifying strategies is necessary to get a better experience in teaching listening.
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    1. 1. Teaching Listening to Young Learners throughSongs Presented by: 1. Sari Afriza 2. Pratiwi Pangestu Harso 3. RachmatWahidi 4. Riski Ananda
    2. 2. Scope of discussion Introduction:  Introducing teaching listening  Teaching listening andYoung Learners Main stages:  Developing skill of listening (bottom-up and top-down processing)  Listening activities and strategies  Principles of teaching listening  The song’s role in teaching listening to young learners
    3. 3. Introduction  Introducing teaching listening  Teaching listening toYoung Learners  Young learner: a child who is in their first six years of formal education, from the age of 6—12.  Teacher should requires some strategies in order to make students comfortable in the class and effectively develop their abilities.  Teaching English through songs.
    4. 4. Developing listening skill  Bottom-up processing  Top-down processing
    5. 5. Listening activities Three stages in successful teaching listening: Pre-listening • Prepare students to listen Whilst-listening • Students do the main task Post-listening • Students do evaluation
    6. 6. Listening strategies Rost (cited in Richards, 2008) introduces similar way to get successful teaching listening.  Predicting  Inferring  Monitoring  Clarifying  Responding  Evaluating
    7. 7. Principles of teaching listening 1. Focus on listening process 2. Combine listening and speaking in the classroom 3. Focus on comprehending meaning 4. Grade difficulty level 5. Include both bottom-up and top down listening
    8. 8. Benefits  Can memorize easily the alphabets and words  Can increase the ability of reading  Can memorize the phonemic features
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