Listening strategy training for young learners of english as a foreign language at an a2 level.8
PEREZ CARBALLO, ENA JOCELYN
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Listening has been one of the most obnoxious skills to be practiced in a classroom, if not the only one. The fear surrounding this skill is mainly due to the lack of confidence while doing this task. This feeling does not come from the fear of facing a task with a higher level, but on how to cope with the information we are to receive. Listening is not as reading, where we can have the information in front of our eyes, and if in doubt we can go back to it. Listening is about the perception of the information given. The purpose of this present study was to identify students‘ listening strategies by means of a questionnaire which was applied before giving a training or a pre-test. Also, the aim s the study was to develop a listening strategy training, basing on the questionnaire results and the KET (Key English Test) listening part required strategies. And finally, analyze, whether the training had an effect on the participants.
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