In this course, you will be introduced to some of the challenges of teaching and learning listening and speaking, such as paralinguistics, performance variables, reduced and regional forms, and differing types of oral discourse. Don't worry--you'll learn what those mean, too! Then you'll learn how to ease the acquisition of listening and speaking for your students. The course also highlights the powerful opportunity to include pronunciation in listening and speaking classes and offers strategies to incorporate pronunciation activities.
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thank you Arizona State University and Coursera for creating such a great content! it improves my skills and more understand of strategies we can apply in the teaching-leaning process
Lessons and videos in this class have been very well crafted and created. The lessons are both entertaining and informative at the same time. Good job ASU Teach English Now! Team!
Excellent Course. Ms. Jessica and Dr.Shane were at their best as usual. Special thanks and appreciation to Dr.Justin for the wonderful course content. A bit challenging too.
This course teaches you how to teach listening, speaking and pronunciation. The instructors apply all the strategies and techniques, so it is not just in a lecture form.
This course is amazing! Very interesting display, interactive instructors and motivating. Thank you so much for those who built it. I really appreciate your great work.
This course is helping me to understand listening, speaking and pronunciation regarding a second languages as well as one's native language.\n\nDr. Zenobia A. james
This course absolutely suits my field because in the future I want to be a multilingual lecturer. I currently study in English Education Department at University.
Wonderful course. I loved the way the lecturers delivered the course. Wow, the casual style which is simply unique helped me learn more. Simply mesmerizing...!
Recommended for teachers new and experienced alike. I have been teaching overseas for a decade and still learned a tremendous amount from these courses. A+
Absolutely educational in every sense. I got so many great ideas on how to integrate speaking, listening and pronunciation into my lessons, thanks a lot!
A fun-filled course that shows that the course designers have really put in a lot of effort. I wish more innovative strategies discussed in this one.
This class was really interesting! I learned really great strategies to assist not only ELL but native speakers as well. Thank you so much for that!
This is a great course, giving you the tools to enhance teaching skills and comprehend learners' issues and improve, with good material and fun.
it was such a very useful course and I do recommend this course for everyone looking to learn listening,speaking and pronunciation principals
Each and every course I say the instructor could never be more amazing than this and they amaze me more and more. The content is unbeatable.
It was so amazing not like typical boring serious lectures. I love the idea and the way it was executed made difficult things fun and esay.
Thank you for this course. In spite of my experience I gain more and more skills and knowledge through my studying here. Maya Martuchenko
I liked this course and the content. I just wish on the peer reviews I would get more then a "good job" for feedback from other students.
Great course! Loved the opportunity to keep planning lessons and incorporating skills learned in previous courses in pragmatic ways.
I really enjoyed the lessons that related to various parts of the Wizard of Oz....made the class meaningful and "sticky". Well done!