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1st ed.
Oxford : Oxford University, 1995
154 s. : il.

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ISBN 0-19-437135-2 (brož.)
Language teaching : a scheme for teacher education
Obsahuje glosář, dodatky, rejstřík
Bibliografie: s. 143 - 148
Angličtina - poslech - příručky učitelské
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Contents // The authors and series editors v // Introduction vii // Section One: Explanation—Research into listening // 1 What is listening comprehension? 3 // 1.1 Introduction 3 // 1.2 What is successful listening? 5 // 1.3 One view of listening: the listener as tape recorder 9 // 1.4 An alternative view of listening: the listener as active // model builder 11 // 1.5 The relationship between listening and speaking 15 // 1.6 The relationship between listening and reading 17 // 2 Listening skills in native speakers 21 // 2.1 Introduction 21 // 2.2 Speech perception 22 // 2.3 The acquisition of listening skills in childhood 25 // 2.4 Developing listening skills in young native speakers 28 // 2.5 The influence of task and context 30 // 3 Listening skills in foreign learners 33 // 3.1 Introduction 33 // 3.2 The role of comprehension in L2 learning 33 // 3.3 Background problems 35 // 3.4 Language problems 37 // 3.5 Listening problems 40 // 4 Graded development of listening skills 44 // 4.1 Introduction 44 // 4.2 What makes listening easy or difficult? 46 // 4.3 Relevant features of listening input 47 // 4.4 Relevant factors in listening tasks and contexts 56 // 4.5 Summary 60 // Section Two: Demonstration—Listening materials // 5 Listening in the L2 classroom 63 // 5.1 Introduction 63 // 5.2 What counts as ‘listening’? 63 // 5.3 Teaching listening or testing listening? 66 // 5.4 Listening or remembering? 70 // 5.5 Orientation of questions 71 // 5.6 Types of response: learner
involvement 74 // 5.7 Task materials 78 // 6 Approaches to grading L2 listening 80 // 6.1 Introduction 80 // 6.2 Grading through text characteristics 81 // 6.3 Grading through task factors 87 // 6.4 Grading complexity, or the complexity of grading 94 // Samples from a graded listening programme 97 // 7.1 Introduction 97 // 7.2 Background to the materials 97 // 7.3 Diagrams 100 // 7.4 Maps 107 // 7.5 Narratives 116 // 7.6 Conclusion 121 // Section Three: Exploration // 8 Investigating listening in your classroom 125 // Glossary 139 // Further reading 141 // Bibliography 143 // Appendices 149 // Index 151

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