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Listening and speaking  predicting
Listening and speaking  predicting
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Listening and speaking  predicting
Listening and speaking  predicting
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Listening and speaking  predicting
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    • 1. LISTENING AND SPEAKING ILISTENING STRATEGY: PREDICTING MGS. PAOLA A. CABRERA SOLANO 1
    • 2. PredictingWe can improve our listeningcomprehension by predictinginformation we are going toreceive as we listen, and a goodway to do this is with predictionquestions. 2
    • 3. Critical thinkingYou can use the followingquestions:What is the purpose of thisconversation?Who is the audience?What is one characteristic of..? 3
    • 4. Vocabulary Expanson:Synonym Search• A synonym is a word that has a similar meaning to another word. For example, a synonym of bad would be terrible.• Synonyms add variety and make writing more interesting. We often use a thesaurus to find synonyms of words.• Pay attention to synonyms during the listening or locate them in the text. 4
    • 5. Some examples…. WORDS SYNONYMS NARRATOR SPEAKER AUTHOR WRITER RECOLLECTIONS MEMORIES MISPLACE LOSE ACQUANTANCES FRIENDS BAD TERRIBLE ILLNESS DISEASE 5
    • 6. Interrupting Politely to Ask a QuestionWhen you want to interrupt someone whois talking to ask a question, there arephrases to use that are polite.For example:Sorry to interrupt. 6
    • 7. Prounciation of TH: think, this• Practice pronunciation of th; practice phrases for reacting to new information;integrate the concepts, vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, and function in order to improve your speaking skill. 7
    • 8. Some examples…. WORDS PRONUNCIATIONTHEY VOICEMOTHER VOICEANYTHING NO VOICETHANKS NO VOICE 8
    • 9. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTIONGOOD LUCK!

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