Listening is a “black box” Many teachers and language acquisition researchers, myself included, have often...
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, it’s important to focus on “active listening”, that is...
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”...
When asked about approaches to teaching listening, I often recommend that teachers identify an initial...