As a follow-up to yesterday’s post (the recording of a webinar on Practical activities for teaching listening decoding skills, which was part of last year’s Electronic Village Online session on teaching listening), here are some links to activities that I collected for the session participants. These were meant as highly practical resources that could help the session participants to try out listening decoding in class. There are three sections:
- activities that could be adapted to a wide range of listening texts
- video extracts from lessons
- materials and excerpts from published books that you could try out.
SECTION A: activities that could be adapted to a wide range of listening texts
1. Fast speech frustrations by Olya Sergeeva (ET professional issue 112, September 2017)
Olya Sergeeva describes the lesson procedure that she uses in her Authentic listening courses with learners at B1 level and higher. The procedure could be used…
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