How to teach listening

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How to teach listening

  1. 1. How to Teach Listening By FEME (Fa, Eka, Meli, Eyi’) 2nd of June, 2011
  2. 2. What is Listening....? Listening is pay attention to somebody or something that you can hear, take notice or believe what somebody says for something be prepared to hear a particular sounds (Oxford, Fourth Edition, 2008)
  3. 3. Is listening a passive or active skill? Listening is considered to involve the active selecting and interpreting of information coming from auditory clues so that a listener can identify what is happening and what is being expressed. -Richards, JC. 1983. “Listening Comprehension: Approach, design, procedure.” TESOL Quarterly 17:2.
  4. 4. Why Listening.......??? Natural Order  Listening  Speaking  Reading  Writing
  5. 5. Principles of teaching listening comprehension  Let students understand how foreigners speak English and build students’ sensitivities.
  6. 6. Principles of teaching listening comprehension  All we can do is give them some guidelines, provide an opportunity for meaningful practice and trust they will learn these things for themselves. (Buck, 1995) Buck, G., 1995. How to become a good listening teacher. In Mendelsohn and Rubin 1995. A guide for the teaching of second language listening. San Diego: Dominie Press. 113-130.
  7. 7. How to prepare students for listening task ? There are three useful steps how to conduct the listening task : 1.Pre-Listening 2.While Listening 3.Post-Listening
  8. 8. Pre-listening  Not every word is important!  make sure students know what they are listening for  Give the general questions  Pre-teach  Brainstorm  Avoid the text too long
  9. 9. While listening  play the recording once for overall  note any informations  Divide students into groups  Give students a different listening task  Try to repeat the recording
  10. 10. Post-listening  Students Compare and discuss their notes  Encourage students to respond to what they heard  Tell students to call out ‘Stop!’  Note any new vocabulary
  11. 11. Listening activities Use activities to wake up ss “Whispering/Broken Telephone” game.  Fill in the blank . ( song, poetry, or conversation ) 
  12. 12. THANK YOU…

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