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25 Sep 2016

Listening and Speaking - Classroom Implications

Listening and Speaking - Classroom Implications

For an English Teacher:
After leing exposed to a variety of authentic listening inputs, the learner practices her/his speech using the authentic models she/he has listened to. Thus the teacher develops good speaking skills
The teacher hasto perform 2 tasks in the classroom:
• Give model listening input
• Help the learner to form good speaking habits.
(Ex: - avoiding pronunciations like ‘garal’ instead of ‘girl’, ‘warest’ instead of ‘worst’)

For a Mathematics Teacher:
After being exposed to a variety ofauthentic listening inputs on shapes, sizes, symbols and graphical representations, a maths teacher gets acquainted with the expressions that would be apt for a  Mathematics
classroom.

The teacher has to perform 2 tasks in the classroom:
• Use mathematical expressions regularly and freely iii the classroom contexts.
• Help the learner to use mathematical expressions in English naturally

For an EVS Teacher:
After being exposed to a variety of listening inputs that deal with scientific concepts and terminology related to environment, community, culture, social issues etc., the teacher gets acquainted with the required key expressions that can be effectively use in the classroom

The teacher has to perform 2 tasks in the classroom.

  • use key expressions to explain, describe, demonstrate, guide and facilitate during the teaching learning process.
  • Help the learner to use the terminology related to science and technology, culture, community, environment etc. freely i their speech.

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