TEACHING LISTENING

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TEACHING LISTENING by Mind Map: TEACHING LISTENING

1. GENERAL UNDERSTANDING

1.1. Storytelling

2. LISTENING PRINCIPLES

2.1. P1.- Encourage students to listen as often and as much possible.

2.2. P2.-Help students prepare to listen.

2.3. P3.- Once may not be enough.

2.4. P4.- Encourage students to respond to the content of a listening, do not just to the language.

2.5. P5.- Different listening stages demand different listening task.

2.6. P6.- Good teachers exploit texts to the full.

3. LISTENING SKILLS

3.1. PARALINGUISTIC CLUES

3.1.1. Intonation

3.1.2. Mood

3.1.3. Meaning

3.2. ESPECIFIC INFORMATION

3.2.1. Times

3.2.2. Platform numbers etc.

4. LISTENING SEQUENCES

4.1. BEGINNER ONWARDS

4.2. PRE INTERMEDIATE

4.3. UPPER INTERMEDIATE

5. REASONS FOR LISTENING

5.1. GOOD PRONUNCIATION

5.2. BE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND

5.3. ABILITY TO SPEAK

5.4. KNOW REGIONAL VARIETIES

6. DIFFERENT KINDS OF LISTENING

6.1. EXTENSIVE LISTENING

6.1.1. FOR PLEASURE

6.1.2. LEARN OUT OF SCHOOL

6.2. INTENSIVE LISTENING

6.2.1. THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER

6.3. LIVE LISTENING

6.3.1. STORY TELLING

6.3.2. INTERVIEWS

6.3.3. CONVERSATIONS

6.3.4. READING ALOUD

7. LISTENING LEVELS

7.1. IGNORING

7.1.1. Making no effort to listen.

7.2. PRETEND LISTENING

7.2.1. Making believe or giving the appearance that you are listening.

7.3. SELECTIVE LISTENING

7.3.1. Hearing only the parts of the conversation which interest you.

7.4. ATTENTIVE LISTENING

7.4.1. Paying attention and focusing on what the speaker say and comparing that to your own experiences.

7.5. EMPHATIC LISTENING

7.5.1. Listening and responding both with the heart and mind to understand the speaker's words.

8. MORE LISTENING SUGGESTIONS

8.1. JIGSAW LISTENING

8.2. MESSAGE-TAKING

8.3. MUSIC AND SOUND EFFECTS

8.4. NEWS AND OTHER RADIO GENRES

8.5. POETRY

8.6. STORIES

8.7. MONOLOGUES

9. AUDIO AND VIDEO

9.1. PLAY THE VIDEO WITHOUT SOUNDS

9.2. PLAY THE AUDIO WITHOUT PICTURE.

9.3. FREEZE FRAME

9.4. DIVIDING THE CLASS IN HALF