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Listening in the Language Classroom by John Field

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Classroom Planning,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Language Arts,
  • General,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10436389M
ISBN 100521685702
ISBN 109780521685702

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  Drawing upon this information, the book proposes a radical alternative to the comprehension approach and provides for intensive small-scale practice in aspects of listening that are perceptually or cognitively demanding for the learner. Listening in the Language Classroom was winner of the Ben Warren International Trust House Prize in /5(24). This book challenges received ideas about the teaching of second language listening, and offers a radical alternative based on a true understanding of the listening process. Listening in the Language Classroom John Field Limited preview - 16 Strategy instruction in second language listening Part VI Conclusion This book has a long history. It grew from an interest in second language listening that goes back over 25 years, and from an idea that was first Listening in the Language Classroom. Listening in the Language Classroom (Cambridge Language Teaching Library series) by John Field. This book challenges the orthodox approach to the teaching of second language listening, which is based upon the asking and answering of comprehension questions.

How to Teach Listening is a practical guide to the theory of listening in the language classroom. It includes: practical ideas for conducting an effective How to Teach Listening - a practical guide to the theory of listening in the English language classroom and the skills required in its teaching.4/5. + Why Use Audio Books? Exposure to patterns, intonation, expressions, different accents & dialects, and pronunciation of a language Provides example of fluent reading Dramatized audio books can increase students interest in the text Allows “readers” to enjoy a book at their interest level, even if it is above their reading level Students can work at the same paceFile Size: 1MB. Drawing upon this information, the book proposes a radical alternative to the comprehension approach and provides for intensive small-scale practice in aspects of listening that are perceptually or cognitively demanding for the learner. Listening in the Language Classroom was winner of the Ben Warren International Trust House Prize in Price: $ In the active world of the kindergarten classroom, there is an abundance of sound — so much so, that listening becomes not only an important language skill, but a vital technique for successful group integration, individualization, and self-esteem.