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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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• 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
• Increase active vocabulary
(Class overview with Im sensei)
Tune In 3 - Shopping – Do you like shopping? (Unit 1.1); Activities
Tune In 3 -Shopping – Are you a smart shopper? (Unit 1.2); Tactics for TOEIC Unit 1
QUIZ 1 (Tune In 3 Unit 1); Tune In 3 - Entertainment – That sounds like fun (Unit 2.1)
Tune In 3 - Entertainment – Whatfs on TV? (Unit2.2); Tactics for TOEIC Unit 2
QUIZ 2 (Tune In 3 Unit 2); Tune In 3 - Travel – Letfs go somewhere different this year! (Unit 3.1)
Tune In 3 - Travel – So how was your trip? (Unit 3.2); Tactics for TOEIC Unit 3
QUIZ 3 (Tune In 3 Unit 3); Tune In 3 – Eating In & Out – What do you have for breakfast? (Unit 5.1)
Tune In 3 – Eating In & Out – Letfs go eat! (Unit 5.2); Tactics for TOEIC Unit 4
QUIZ 4 (Tune In 3 Unit 5); prep for TOEIC Listening Test
TOEIC Listening Test 1
Activities & TOEIC practice
TOEIC Listening Test 2
Continuing your listening studies
Learner-Centered; Constructivist – After establishing the foundation of the learnersf 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.
• Listening Quizzes 60% (4 quizzes – 3 best will be counted @ 20% each)
• Practice TOEIC Listening Test 15%
• 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%
Tune In 3 Learning English Through Listening – Student Book; by Jack C. Richards 6 Kerry OfSullivan
Tactics for TOEIC Listening and Reading Test Introductory Course; by Grant Trew [ISBN 9780194529761]
Students should bring an English – Japanese dictionary to every class.
Your English is better than you think it is! Through this class I will help you to develop listening skills for both interacting with others in English and improving your TOEIC listening score.
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