Listening skills in the EFL classroom

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Listening, like reading,  is a passive skill but this does not make it any less important than the active skills of speaking or writing. After all, we cannot have a conversation if we can’t follow what the other person is saying. Think about the following questions related to teaching listening skills and then read on for the answers:

  1. What types of listening skills do we use?
  2. Is listening in the classroom more difficult than listening in the real world or vice versa?
  3. How can we make sure listening in the classroom helps students in the real world? Continue reading “Listening skills in the EFL classroom”
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Coursebooks – How to use and adapt them

On our CELTA courses in Munich, we use two coursebooks with the students (currently Speakout and English Unlimited) but as the course progresses and trainees become more confident in the classroom, we encourage them to move away from the coursebook a little. Why?

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