Academic Listening Encounters Audio Sampler : Listening, Note Taking, and Discussion
These CDs contain the listening material for Academic Listening Encounters. The material includes warm-up listening exercises, informal interviews, and authentic classroom lectures. Using a content-based approach, Academic Listening Encounters helps prepare high intermediate ESL/EFL students for listening to lectures and taking notes in an English-speaking college environment. The content focus of the course is human behavior, which includes such high-interest topics as stress and health, intelligence, and friendship. These topics are explored through a series of tasks, based on the listening tape, that give students the opportunity to practice important listening, discussion, and note-taking skills such as: listening for implied information; summarizing; giving oral presentations; using symbols and abbreviation and using telegraphic language. Pre-listening tasks in the student book expose students to vocabulary they will encounter in the listening tape and help them acquire skills such as predicting the content and guessing meaning from context.
- Audio cassette
- 69 x 110 x 18mm | 40g
- 28 Mar 1999
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Unit I. Mind, Body and Health: 1. The Influence of Mind Over Body; 2. Preventing Illness; Unit II. Development Through Life: 3. Adolescence; 4. Adulthood; Unit III. Intelligence: 5. Assessing Intelligence; 6. Accounting for Variations in Intelligence; Unit IV. Nonverbal Messages: 7. Body language; 8. The language of touch, space, and artifacts; Unit V. Interpersonal Relationships: 9. Friendship; 10. Love.