Improving Your Listening – Joe Crossman
What you’ll learn
- At the end of this course, students will be able to listen and hear english better as well as know more ways to continue practicing on their own.
- Students will need at least a basic level of English and a desire to improve.
This listening course presents many advice letters and responses. The content is for fun and is meant only as a joke. I find that the students that I teach at my university really enjoy listening exercises that are funny, so that is why I have designed this course like this. However, the listening exercises will challenge and improve your listening skills. The different types of exercises include fill in the blanks, find the errors, finish the sentence, and so on. By the end of the course you will be much better at listening to English.
Who this course is for:
- The target student for this video is high school or university age students or older.
STUDENT FEEDBACK AND REVIEWS
Ibtihaj Saleh Saleh: Good start with simple words to be chosen by beginners and clear instractions.
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I teach English as a second language. I have been an ESL teacher since 1995. I started teaching in South Korea where I worked for a private language school and two universities in my six years there. I returned home to Canada in 2002 and have been teaching ESL at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia since then. I am married. My wife, who is also a teacher, is named Gail. I also have two wonderful children.
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