|Àrea temàtica||Llengua i literatura|
|Professorat||Andrea Tolve, Jonathan White|
|Data||del 6 al 10 de juliol. De 8:30 a 11:30|
|Adreça||Esc. Joan Pelegrí, c/Consell de Cent, 14|
Can we “teach” our learners to listen better? Language learning depends on listening and this provides the aural input that serves as the basis for language acquisition enabling our learners to interact in spoken communication. We will look at how we can help our students to develop listening strategies to deal with a variety of situations, types of input and listening purposes and demonstrate how improving listening skills can serve to make learners better communicators.
In this course we will:
* Raise awareness of listening issues that teachers face in the classroom.
* Consider the implications for listening tasks in the classroom.
* Examine approaches to exploiting listening for language.
* Look at how we can integrate listening into the learning process through other skills.
Overview of contents
What is listening? The goals and problems in teaching listening.
The listening cycle – looking at listening in three different parts, pre, while and post listening.
Listening skills versus listening strategies.
From comprehension to acquisition.
From receptive to productive – transferring the skills.
Amb la col·laboració de Cambridge University Press