Turn your students into active listeners – inside and outside the languages classroom – with these practical tips

Listening in the context of foreign language learning is not just a neurological process, but also a cognitive one. Not only do listeners hear sounds, they also need to translate those sounds phonetically into words and decode the words and structures to make sense of what they hear. In addition, listening may include understanding nuance through the way the utterance is
spoken by the speaker.

To learn more, explore How to maximise progress in listening at KS2 and KS3 a taster article from the latest Langauges Today magazine.

 

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