How To Improve Your Listening Skills

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How To Improve Your Listening Skills là tài liệu hướng dẫn các bạn luyện nghe hiệu quả, có bài bản hướng dẫn cụ thể, giúp các bạn nắm được các mấu chốt của việc nghe tiếng Anh. Cuối tài liệu còn có các hướng dẫn giúp các bạn làm bài nghe TOEFL được tốt hơn. Mời các bạn tham khảo.

Nội dung tài liệu bao gồm:

  • I. Introduction
  • II. Are You a Good Listener?
  • III. Barriers to Listening
  • IV. How to Become a Better Listener
  • V. Active Listening
  • VI. Listening Tips for the TOEFL
I. Introduction

Studies reveal that most people spend as much as 90 percent of their working life in one of the four modes of communication: speaking, reading, writing, and listening. Of these four modes, we devote over half of our time to listening. We spend about 30 percent of our time listening to mass communication media (radio, TV, Internet) and about 25 percent listening to other people (in person or on the telephone). Clearly then, listening is a critically important skill to master.

As you probably already know, listening in a foreign language is a complex process. Learners have to be able to understand the main idea of what is said as well as specific details. They may also need to check any predictions they have made, and understand the speaker’s meaning, emotions, and opinions. They may have to infer relationships between speakers, or identify the context in which the speakers are operating. Learners may well have to use several of these skills in the course of a single listening activity.

In order to become a good learner, you need to become a good listener. You may be surprised to know that hearing and listening are not the same thing. You could say that good hearing is the foundation of good listening. Listening is a specialized form of hearing, and is the primary function of the ear (not hearing).

  • Hearing is a passive process. It merely involves the detection of sounds around us.
  • Listening is an active process. It involves the conscious desire to determine the meaning of what is heard.
Many people have excellent hearing but are poor listeners. If you think you might be a poor listener, read on as this e-book has plenty of tips to help you improve your skills in this area.

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