This presentation "Teaching & Learning Listening Skill" is particularly designed for EFL Teacher Training Course.
1. Teaching & Learning Listening SkillsMd. Nahid Ferdous BhuiyanTeacher Trainer(Material Developer, Language Trainer & Educator)National Academy for Educational Management (NAEM)CPDTraining(Morning Session)
2. ObjectivesBy the end of the session, Ppts will be able-1) ______ basic principle of listening skills2) ______ characteristics of L1 & L2 listening3) ________ two teaching teachings oflistening4) ______ pre-listening activity for a listeninglessonCPDTrainingtelltellevaluateplan 3. Section-A(Language Game)Teacher SaysTeaching & Learning Listing Skills 4. Teacher saysRules of Game: PPs only follow your instructions whenyou say Teacher says before theinstructions. If T does not say Teacher says before aninstruction, PPs should ignore it.CPDTraining 5. Stage-BBasic Principles ofteaching listening skillTeaching & Learning Listing Skills 6. Basic Principles of teaching listeningskillLets consider the factors that affect the way inwhich we listen both in L1 & FL. Make a list of all kinds you do in L1 & FL inyour real life in pairs.e.g. listening to friends, listening to family etc.CPDTraining 7. Basic Principles of teaching listeningskill (Contd)There are two types of listening: Specific Information (Listening in detail) Gist (a more general listening)CPDTraining 8. Section-CIssues about TeachingListening in our classroomTeaching & Learning Listing Skills 9. Issues about Teaching Listening inour classroomQuestions for discussion in groups Why is it important to develop studentslistening skills? Can a teacher teach students to listen? Why is listening difficult for learners?CPDTraining 10. Section-DCharacteristics of L1 or L2listeningTeaching & Learning Listing Skills 11. Statement E or Sa) Most L1 listening takes place face to face.b) In most cases, we have to respond to what we listen to.c) We listen for pleasure, for information etc. That is, we always have apurpose for listening.d) Listening have more effective when we have some idea of what welisten to some knowledge of the topic or context.e) We dont expect to remember everything we listen to.f) We use a number of clues simultaneously to help us when we listen. e.g.gestures, facial expression.g) Sometimes we have to listen to long stretches of speech.h) Most of what we listen to in our L1 is informal, conversational lani) We learn to manage different speeds, unknown vocab & other problemswe listen.j) We are relaxed & confident about listening in our L1.k) We listen, we hear sounds we hear sounds, process them as words andfinally understand. 12. Section-EDemonstration Class onListeningTeaching & Learning Listing Skills 13. Demonstration on Listening(Technique-1)CPDTraining 14. Demonstration on Listening(Technique-2)CPDTraining 15. Demon on Listening (Technique-2)VocabularyLarge Suitcase BooksSmall Suitcase SwimsuitPresents UmbrellaCamera SweaterRadio MedicineTick the things the man/woman in the passage is goingSuppose you are going for a trip to London. Now chooseto take.& discuss in pairs what you would need to take. 16. Demon on Listening (Technique-2)Gap filling activityLarge suitcase Small suitcase Presents Camera RadioBooks Swimsuit Umbrella Sweater MedicineI wont need to take many things with me this time so Iwont need my ___________ big suitcase. As its only a short flightI wont take ________ books- I can read a magazine instead.Id better my some ________ presentsfor my friends when I getthere-flowers are always nice. As its not too cold at themoment I wont need a ________ sweaterbut I think Ill takemy _________ umbrellaas its the rainy season and I dont wantto get wet. 17. Section-FAnalysis of the 2 techniquesTeaching & Learning Listing Skills 18. Analysis of the 2 techniquesQuestions for Discussion in groups Which technique did you enjoy more? 1or2? Why? Which was the more effective technique?1 or2? Why?CPDTraining 19. Statement T1 T2Comparison of two techniques fora) The technique had activities before, during & after they listened. No Yesb) The teacher used a variety teaching of intonation. listeningNo Yesc) The teacher elicited answers from the SS No Yesd) The teacher asked for answer like in a test situation Yes Noe) The SS did nothing before listening to the main text. Yes Nof) It was easy for SS to record their answers. No Yesg) SS had to think while they were listening. No Yesh) SS listened to the text several times. No Yesi) SS (not the teacher) gave all the answers. No Yesj) SS had to rely on the memory to answer questions. Yes Nok) SS did more than one activity. No Yesl) SS had to find answers to questions while they listened. No Yesm) The SS could do the task. No Yesn) The Lesson was interesting and motivating. No Yes 20. Tips for a successful listening Class1) We understand better (R&W) if we are5) To really develop listening skill for real life3) In a good listening activity SS should not2) A pre-listening activity prepares SS & helpsgiven some preparation and we know thetopic beforehand.have them to activates rely too much any language on other and skills generalsuch asmemory knowledge or associated reading but with should the be topic.listening,thinking and guessingCPDTraining4) Ideally the way SS record their answersshould be quick so they can concentrate onlistening. They should not be distracted bythe problems of recording answers.Examples are ticking, underlining ornumbering.situation, SS should not be reading the textof what they hear. They must learn to rely ontheir ears. 21. Section-GPlanning Pre-listeningQuestionsTeaching & Learning Listing Skills 22. Wrap-up(Reflection on the activities and learningpoints in this session)Teaching & Learning Listing Skills 23. Teaching & Learning Listing SkillsAny question? 24. ThanksForYour cooperation