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Noticeable by their absence, it is always pleasing to see the appearance of any new book that focuses on second-language listening, and the latest publication to emerge is Second Language Listening: Theory and Practice , a volume in the Cambridge Language Education series.
This website is no longer being maintained. Second language L2 listening comprehension is a complex process, crucial in the development of second language competence. Listeners use both bottom-up processers linguistic knowledge and top-down processes prior knowledge to comprehend. Knowing the context of a listening text and the purpose for listening greatly reduces the burden of comprehension. Teachers can help students develop sound strategies for comprehension through a process approach to teaching L2 listening.
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Listening is the process of receiving, constructing meaning from and responding to spoken and or non-verbal message (Emmert cited in.
Please note that ebooks are subject to tax and the final price may vary depending on your country of residence. This book guides language teachers in planning and teaching activities that promote the development of speaking and listening skills at all levels of target language proficiency, for teachers of any modern language. Kathleen M.
An explanation of how listeners can use strategies to enhance the learning process is presented, with a review of the existing research base on how second language listening is taught. The major part of the paper presents and discusses pedagogical recommendations, as well as examples of performance checklists for developing metacognitive awareness. Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Don't already have an Oxford Academic account?
This book combines up-to-date listening theory with case studies of actual pedagogical practice. The paperback edition combines up-to-date listening theory with case studies of actual pedagogical practice. As an essential part of communicativeMoreThis book combines up-to-date listening theory with case studies of actual pedagogical practice. As an essential part of communicative competence, listening is a skill, which deserves equal treatment with the other basic skills of speaking, reading, and writing. The authors describe current models of listening theory and exemplify each with a textbook task. They address the role of technology in teaching listening, questioning techniques, and testing.
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