by Gianfranco Conti, PhD. Co-author of 'The Language Teacher toolkit', 'Breaking the sound barrier: teaching learners how to listen', 'Memory: what every teacher should know' and of the 'Sentence Builders' book series. Winner of the 2015 TES best resource contributor award, founder and CEO of www.language-gym.com, co-founder of www.sentencebuilders.com and creator of the E.P.I. approach.
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How to exploit the full learning potential of an L2 song in the language classroom
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Hello, I am finding these articles very useful whilst writing an assignment on how to teach listening skills. What do you tell your students to do whilst listening in an exam? I was always told at university to make as many notes as possible in L2 on the 1st hearing and then commit to my answer on the second listening. However, I often found that whilst writing I would miss vital information. What do you think? Any tips would be much appreciated!
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