Listening in the Classroom: Teaching Students How to Listen
Listening in the Classroom: Teaching Students How to Listen

Listening in the Classroom: Teaching Students How to Listen

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FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY

216 Pages, 7 x 10

Formats: Paperback, ebook: EPUB

Paperback, $45.95 (CA $61.95) (US $45.95)

Publication Date: November 2021

ISBN 9781945351907

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Overview

Teaching listening means more than just giving students listening activities and checking for understanding—it means teaching them how to listen. Listening in the Classroom takes promising research findings and theory and turns them into practical teaching ideas that help develop listening proficiency.

Reviews

"Teaching listening is one of the areas that I have seen many educators struggle with, and the information provided in this book is crucial and beneficial." —Hind Elyas, English Instructor

Author Biography

Marnie Reed is professor of education and affiliated faculty in the Program in Linguistics at Boston University. She is also director of the graduate program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages in the College of Education, where she teaches courses in linguistics, second language acquisition, and applied phonology. Tamara Jones has taught in Russia, Korea, England, and Belgium. She is currently the associate director of the English Language Center at Howard Community College in Columbia, Maryland, USA. Tamara holds a PhD in education from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom.