4 edition of guide for the teaching of second language listening found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David J. Mendelsohn and Joan Rubin, editors.|
|Contributions||Mendelsohn, David J., Rubin, Joan, 1932-|
|LC Classifications||P53.47 .G85 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||98114645|
Teaching and Learning Second Language Listening book. Metacognition in Action. offers a comprehensive treatment of concepts and knowledge related to teaching second language (L2) listening, with a particular emphasis on metacognition. The metacognitive approach, aimed at developing learner listening in a holistic manner, is unique and Cited by: ESL Curriculum Planning for Teaching English. Kenneth Beare has taught English and English as a second language teacher since This curriculum plan for non-trained teachers of ESL/EFL focuses on building a program for your class or private students. The first part focuses on the basics of : Kenneth Beare.
There are many non-professional teachers who are teaching English as a 2nd or foreign language. The teaching setting varies widely; to friends, at a charity, on a volunteer basis, as a part-time job, as a hobby, etc. One thing quickly becomes clear: Speaking English as a mother tongue does not an ESL or EFL Author: Kenneth Beare. Building on the considerable strengths of the original book, this Second Edition updates every chapter with new concepts, teaching scenarios, reflection activities, and suggestions for further readings include the first publication of the long-awaited revision of the Beliefs about Language Learning Inventory; features streamlined formatting; and includes new terms and concepts Availability: Live.
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A Guide for the Teaching of Second Language Listening David J. Mendelsohn and Joan Rubin (eds.) () San Diego, CA: Dominie Press Pp. ISBN (paper) US $ Listening has come to be recognized as an active rather than a passive skill and its importance acknowledged in the acquisition of s: 1.
Tony Lynch is Senior Lecturer at the Institute for Applied Language Studies, University of Edinburgh, by: Teaching and Learning Second Language Listening advocates a task-based, constructivist, collaborative metacognative approach towards listening in a second language of active planning, monitoring, evaluating and reflection.
This book is mainly geared for university listening classes and other teaching/learning situations where task-based Cited by: This book is a collection of essays by Canadian, British and American applied linguists, some of them well-known in the field of second and foreign language teaching and learning.
It is mostly directed at teachers in training and therefore aims at providing the necessary background to help them become more effective teachers of listening. It reflects the growing need to include the.
With the emergence of video and multimedia as teaching tools, it is being given renewed attention. This book is a collection of essays by Canadian, British and American applied linguists, some of them well-known in the field of second and foreign language teaching and learning.
Author: David J. Mendelsohn,Joan Rubin; Publisher: N.A ISBN: Category: Education Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Reflects current thinking in second language listening. A blend of theory and practice and provides readers with an understanding of how people listen, the listening process itself and some tested recommendations for teaching listening.
Very many second language learners find that listening is the most difficult skill to master. Teaching Second Language Listening explains why this is the case and gives practical advice on how to help learners improve their listening skills. This advice is based on the author's long experience as a language learner, teacher, teacher trainer, and researcher.
This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of research methods in second-language teaching and learning, from experts in the field.
The Cambridge Guide to Research in Language Teaching and Learning covers 36 core areas of second-language research, organised into four main sections: Primary Considerations; Getting Ready; Doing.
Chamot, A. Learning Strategies and Listening Comprehension. In D. Mendelsohn, & J. Rubin (Eds.), A Guide for the Teaching of Second Language Listening (pp. San Diego: Dominie Press. has been cited by the following article.
knowledge related to teaching second language (L2) listening, with a particular emphasis on metacognition. The metacognitive approach, aimed at developing learner listening in. Teaching and Learning Second Language Listening: Metacognition in Action (review) Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Modern Language Review/ La Revue canadienne des langues vivantes 68(3) Author: Talia Isaacs.
A Guide for the Teaching of Second Language Listening. David J. Mendelsohn and Joan Rubin (eds.) () San Diego, CA: Dominie Press Pp. ISBN (paper) US $ Listening has come to be recognized as an active rather than a passive skill and its importance acknowledged in the acquisition of language.
The Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning is intended for researchers, practitioners, graduate students, and faculty in teacher education and applied linguistics programs; teachers; teacher trainers; teacher trainees; curriculum and material developers; and all other professionals in the field of second language teaching Cited by: This book challenges the orthodox approach to the teaching of second language listening, which is based upon the asking and answering of comprehension questions.
The book's central argument is that a preoccupation with the notion of 'comprehension' has led teachers to focus upon the product of listening, in the form of answers to questions Cited by: This book was given to me by a friend as a birthday present - she told me it was one of the most useful EFL books she's read, and I strongly agree.
It's added to the new way I approach teaching listening prompted by reading 'Listening in the Language Classroom' by John Field, also recommended by the same friend/5.
Provides learner support for the Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language syllabuses (/) for examination from This write-in workbook helps students build confidence with summary and note-taking skills, with guided help across six themes - Science and the body, Animal life, World of plants, Personal challenges, Leisure and.
second language listening, Nemtchinova explains how these new findings inform everyday teaching and offers practical suggestions for classroom instruction. The book thus provides a comprehensive over-view of the listening process and how to teach listening in an easy-to-follow guide that language teachers will find very practical for theirFile Size: KB.
Students get tired of listening to their teacher’s voice all the time, so these books provide them with a new voice, in addition to an engaging story.
How to Use Audiobooks in the ESL Classroom Many ESL teachers find that starting their class with a listening exercise is a great way to warm up the students and get their ears tuned into the Author: Lindsaynash. Twenty Tips for Teaching IGCSE ESL: a book of ideas for teaching English as a Second Language in preparation for the IGCSE examination Paperback – April 1, Other suggested resources Resources have not been through the Cambridge quality assurance process but have been found to provide useful support for the syllabus.
Get this from a library. A guide for the teaching of second language listening. [David J Mendelsohn; Joan Rubin;] -- Reflects current thinking in second language listening.
A blend of theory and practice and provides readers with an understanding of how people listen, the listening process itself and some tested. The purpose of this book is to take a new look at an old question: the relationship between second language teaching practice and what is known about the process of second language acquisition.
The usual way to do this is to discuss some research results first, outline a possible theory, and then list some by: Teaching English as a Second Language presents a thorough guide to TEFL/TESL, carefully and meticulously assembled of the course of nine years by author David Chapman, whose experience in TEFL in South Korea and Taiwan form the basis for its material.
Chapman offers a compilation of all the best ideas, reminders, games, and activities he has 1/5(1).The term listening is used in language teaching to refer to a complex process that allows us to understand spoken language.
Listening, the most widely used language skill, is often used in conjunction with the other skills of speaking, reading and writing. Listening is not only a skill area.