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OUP Oxford, Mar 12, 1998 - Foreign Language Study - 143 pages
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Listening looks at what makes a good listener and how teachers can motivate learners to develop confidence and independence in listening. There are over 70 classroomactivities, including raising learners' awareness of individual sounds and intonation patterns, exploiting published materials, radio, and television, 'listening in real life', and listening projects. The appendix provides advice on making your own listening materials. This resource is from a series that gives teachers a guide to the practice of ket aspects of language teaching, and considers some of the underlying concepts. Table of contents: * Becoming a good listener * Helping students to create their own listening texts and tasks * Micro skills * Adapting published materials * Using authentic listening materials * Telephoning * Listening projects * Appendix 1: How to make good quality recordings * Appendix 2: Useful sources of listening materials.

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Alan Maley is currently a freelance consultant, and Series Editor for the Oxford University Press Resource Books for Teachers series.

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