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 Become more confident and competent with English listening for both casual use and preparation for the TOEIC listening test through practice, guidance and vocabulary development.
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 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 • Gain confidence listening to native speakers of English and your fellow classmates
 • Develop listening comprehension and listening as acquisition skills
 • Develop listening skills and vocabulary for success on the TOEIC Test
 • Gain test taking skills for each part of the TOEIC Listening Test
 • Increase active vocabulary
 
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 This class will follow the same structure as English Listening 1-3
 
 Weeks 1-2 - Course overview and introduction
 
 Weeks 3-11 - Completing 8 units in the daily textbook and 4 units in the TOEIC textbook; this will include taking 4 quizzes
 
 Weeks 12-15 - TOEIC Listening Practice Test preparation and completion (2 tests)
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 Learner-Centered; Constructivist – After establishing the foundation of the learnersf English language level, communicative language skills and confidence to use English are developed through goal-oriented tasks with transparent objectives and assessment points; students learn in a structured but very active classroom where the teacher aims to facilitate learning through textbook and classroom activities and assignments focused on the learner.
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 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 • Listening Quizzes 60% (4 quizzes – 3 best will be counted @ 20% each)
 • Practice TOEIC Listening Test 15% (best score from 2 attempts)
 • Homework – 10%
 • Class Participation – 5% (participation includes: being prepared for class; actively participating in classroom activities; asking and answering questions in class; student attitude)
 • Attendance – 10%
 
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 Listening Impact 2 – by Jill Robbins & Andrew MacNeill
 Tactics for TOEIC Listening and Reading Test; by Grant Trew
 
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 Students should bring an English – Japanese dictionary to every class.
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 This course continues on from English Listening 2 & 3 - if you really want to improve your listening skills, this is the course for you!

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