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Development of teaching & learning listening skill

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A brief explanation about the development and background of teaching and learning listening skill

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Development of teaching & learning listening skill

  1. 1. S I T I H A M I Z A H H A S H I M N A J L A A D I B A H A B D W A H A B N O O R F I L Z A T I Z U L K E P L I N O R H A N I Z A H A S H I M N U R Y A S M I N H A S S A N S E C T I O N 2 , G R O U P 3 DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING & LEARNING LISTENING SKILL
  2. 2. History & overview  According to International Listening Association: - 45% of a student’s day is spent listening - Students are expected to acquire 85% of the knowledge they have by listening - Only 2% of the population ever received formal listening instruction  Students use listening skill in every subject and it will benefit them throughout life
  3. 3. Listening in digital world  We are now living in a media-saturated age - where how new technologies are affecting our perspectives on listening and literacy - how technologies are: 1) changing our view of what listening is 2) changing our view of the relationship between listening and literacy and 3) changing our view of what a literacy program should be
  4. 4. Listening & technology  Audiobooks provide students an alternative way to acquire knowledge and an opportunity to add a dimension to reading through listening  Digital technology allows interactive learning to take place
  5. 5. Recent curriculum developments relating to listening  Training in these skills has traditionally been neglected by many higher education courses  Purpose of this training in the higher education curriculum: - to produce graduates who can demonstrate skills based knowledge and competences.
  6. 6.  As language teaching has moved toward comprehension-based approaches, listening to learn has become increasingly important in the English as a second language (ESL) classroom (Van Duzer, 1997)  The central role of listening in this discipline has generated a lot of research into the processes involved in second language listening and comprehension (Field, 1998; 2004).  Considerable attention has also been given to the development of techniques and tools to encourage the development of skills in this area (Wilson, 2003; Hulstijn, 2003).
  7. 7. References  Rose, D. & Dalton. B., (2007). Plato Revisited: Learning Through Listening in the Digital World.  History and Overview of Listening. (n.d.). Retrieved March 1, 2015, from Learning through Listening: http://ltl.learningally.org/Listening- A-Powerful-Skill/The-Science-of-Listening/History-and-Overview-of- Listening/91/  Shepherd, T., Braham, J. & Elston, C. (2010). Listening and Interpersonal Skills Review.

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