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 This course is aimed at helping students achieve a higher level of listening comprehension through diligent listening practice. Students can expect their listening skills to increase over time as they practice listening to passages and conversations by native speakers and those with various dialects of spoken English.
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 (’mŽ¯E—‰ð)
 Increase listening rates/Vocabulary development
 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 Critical thinking/Concentrated listening training/Gist understanding of spoken English
 (‘Ô“xEŽuŒü«)
 Develop and record thoughtful reactions to what is being heard
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 The first part of this course will focus on building word-based listening skills while the middle part of the course will give students time to develop focusing strategies by setting a purpose to listen before actually hearing what is being spoken. Students will be given short follow-up speaking activities to allow them to express their own ideas. The final part of this course will aim to integrate vital topics of real world listening tasks while having an opportunity to develop their curiosity and ignite their ideas and opinions through the an interaction link in the passages.
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 Students will listen and react to people talk about their relationships, weighing pros and cons, conveniences and hazards of modern technologies, and talking about others in order to develop listening strategies that help them become part of the conversation instead of merely listening.
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 (’mŽ¯E—‰ð)
 50% listening activities
 (ŽvlE”»’fE•\Œ»^ŽvlE‹Z”\EŽÀ‘H)
 40% task-based listening projects
 (‘Ô“xEŽuŒü«)
 10% active listening
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 Kenton Harsch & Kate Wolfe-Quintero (2016) Impact 3 Listening. Pearson Longman Press
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y—šCã‚Ì’ˆÓz
 Students should develop regular practice schedules for listening to spoken English outside of class. A notebook PC is a valuable component for learning, as is quick reference web access for translation, word checks and vocabulary building. A B5 notebook for keeping records and timely completion of projects is recommended.
 
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 Please allow some flexibility and patience for the introduction of this course online. I will try my best to deliver some online instruction.

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