Wednesday, October 7, 2009

"Secrets" to Improving Your Listening Skills

Learning how to improve your listening skills in English---or in any other language---can be a real challenge if you don't know how to develop these skills. In this video, I talk about some of the "keys" to improving your comprehension. You can download the PowerPoint and a study guide from my Website at:

- http://esl-lab.com/webconference/webcenter.htm

The video below is the first half of the presentation; you can view the entire talk by visiting the link above.

Randall

5 comments:

  1. Hi Randall!
    Do you think I could embed this presentation on my blog? It's very useful and if I just post the link, many students will not see it (I know...).

    Thanks in advance and keep posting interesting things!!

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  2. Maribel,

    You are welcome to post the link to the video on your site. You can find more information about the video at:

    http://esl-lab.com/webconference/webcenter.htm

    Randall

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  3. Hi Randall
    I would like to use these videos when I teach ESL students. How do I download it so that they can see the videos. It is very useful, easy and student friendly .

    Thanks
    Aziza

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  4. The video called "Seven Keys to Boosting Your Listening Skills" is available for download at:

    http://esl-lab.com/webconference/webcenter.htm

    My other videos on the page below are for online use only:

    http://esl-lab.com/videoclips.htm

    Best,

    Randall

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  5. ""Secrets" to Improving Your Listening Skills"

    There are several ways to improve our listening skills, such as listening to the music, watching videos and films,but not only in this context. Also, it is necessary to listen to dialogues related to any subjects, specially,those ones that concern us according to our learning needs. When we are able to understand any conversation, weare ready to produce speaking and writing.

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Thanks for posting a comment. I appreciate your interesting in sharing your ideas.

Best,

Randall