Many teachers and language acquisition researchers, myself included, have often bemoaned the apparent “under-appreciation” of...
Note-taking represents the operation of “working memory” – the interface between our attention, our sense...
This is a guest post from Marisa Ueda (www.listening-marisa.com) Here, two fundamental theories of the...
Being an active listener is very important in language learning. If we can encourage our...
When designing your own listening activities, three things are important: the input you use, the...
Ten tips to accelerate academic listening  Michael Rost Series Editor Contemporary Topics 4th Edition (Pearson) Academic listening...
Language Learning 41:2, June 1991, pp. 235-273 One of the most cited pieces of research...
Probably the least popular approach to teaching listening is “deliberate practice.”  It’s not popular because,...
Another approach to teaching listening – which I like to use as a “signature approach”...