Kamis, 02 Desember 2010

Listening in The Classroom

  •  Listen & do activities

Listening is the skill that children get, in the event that they not learn to read. So, when they are taking & the children are listening, its important to say things clearly & to repeat them because the listeners cant re-listen. Its means that in case you are the listeners, you cant select how speedy you work. Young learners have a short attention. Sometimes you require to have a pleasant calm atmosphere & sometimes you require your children to move about. Of work, they also give them as much visual backup as feasible through facial expression, through movement, through mime & pics.
  •     Listening for information
These activities useful for checking what the pupils know, but they may even be used to give new information. You can make up simple identifying exercise.

Most classroom language is a kind of listen & do activity. There's also plenty of listen & do exercise which you can do along with your children. For example: count up0 & then walk to the blackboard & back. The advantages with this type you can see basically if your pupils have understood the message or not.
Beside that, in a mime story, teacher tells the story & the pupils & the teacher do the actions. Its physical movement & gives the teacher a chance to play along with the pupils.
Listen & draw is a favourite type of listening activity in all classes, but keep in mind that drawing takes time, so keep the simple pics. Tell the pupils what to draw. You can make up a picture or report a picture you have in front of you. This activity useful for checking object vocabulary, colors, & numbers.
  • Listen for the error
You can use the picture in your book but make mistake in the text you read, so that pupils must listen for the mistakes. The same can be completed using the correct text & the wrong picture, but this takes a bit more time to prepare.
  •     Listen & colour
Children love colouring pics & they can basically make this activity in to a listening activity. They can use any picture which the pupils have in their workbook. In lieu of letting them colour it by themselves, make it in to language activity.
  •   Filling in missing information
Pupils can fill in the missing words of a song or a text or a timetable.

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