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The Stages and Aims of a Listening Lesson (Published)

The Article Identifies the three stages of listening and explains the three stages clearly. It also shows the aims of each stage and how each stage is significant. The author shows what students do at each stage of listening and how each stage is done in class. It also shows what are good features of a good English lesson. The author explains that the three stages of a listening lesson are pre-listening while listening, and post-listening. The teacher has a specific role in each of these three listening stages. The author vividly explains the duration of the pre-listening stage and the teacher’s role in activating the schema at that stage. The stages differ in their length the pre-listening stage takes less time, while the other stages take longer time in class. Before entering the while listening stage the teachers equip the students by warming up and initiating the schema which is the background information of the content. Providing the students, the time needed to brainstorm and think before each stage. The Article shows the importance of listening and that it is as significant as reading and writing or speaking and even more important than the other skills.

Keywords: Teaching, post-listening, pre-listening, stages, while-listening

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