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Dating in America is the subject of a focused listening exercised that could be used with language learners as well as native English speakers. The richly detailed packet includes a writing assignment, supplemental exercises, vocabulary and contractions lists, discussion questions, and worksheets. Everything you need for an engaging class period.
For this listening comprehension worksheet, learners listen to the teacher read the poem entitled, "Annabel." As the teacher is reading the poem, the students are called upon to answer the 41 comprehension questions included on the worksheet page. The learners are encouraged to focus their attention on each word that the teachers reads to the class.
Students demonstrate understanding of main points of the Deseret News article, and identify the verb(s) of each phrase to aid in listening comprehension.
In this listening comprehension worksheet, students watch a video and answer multiple choice comprehension and vocabulary problems. Students complete 21 questions total.
In this listening comprehension worksheet, learners watch a video titled HEADWAY and answer multiple choice questions about it. Students complete 19 questions.
Students demonstrate listening comprehension skills. They listen to an audio reading of two newspaper articles, identify verbs, answer discussion questions, and complete a cloze activity.
Preparing your class for the Italian advanced placement exam? This article breaks down the different components of the test, paying particular attention to the listening portion. How are you going to build your class's listening comprehension before the exam? Teach your Italian speakers some of these strategies and give them several opportunities to practice.
In this listening comprehension interactive worksheet, students listen to a clip about Alcatraz and complete the cloze activity. There are twelve fill-in's to complete.
Students read five folktales. After each folktale is read students use a map to find the location of the country of the tale's origin. Next, students answer comprehension questions related to each folktale.
Middle schoolers increase their reading, speaking, and listening comprehension skills on the basis of the previously gained knowledge by enlarging and transferring it into the target language.
For this specific listening comprehension worksheet, students listen to an audio file and then choose the best answer to 15 corresponding multiple choice questions. Students then respond to four questions about non-verbal communication in their own culture.
In this ESL listening learning exercise, students listen to "Yesterday" by the Beatles, then fill in blanks to complete the song lyrics. A link to audio and additional resources is provided.
Students develop, discuss and practice listening skills in English, focusing on prediction activities and strategies for coping with difficult listening situations.
Allo? Qui est-ce? Hone the listening skills of your Francophiles by simulating telephone conversations. After reviewing basic french telephone expressions (some are included here), they conduct two conversations per day for one week. A rubric is included for learners to assess themselves.
Students, after listening to Janelle Cannon's picture book Stellaluna, explore a variety of living things through three distinct activities. They make a list of what they know and want to know about birds and bats. Orally and in writing state facts about birds and bats and create a Venn Diagram in groups to decide where facts about birds/bats belong.
In this listening comprehension interactive learning exercise, students watch the included video about Shakespeare and complete a cloze listening activity. There are eighteen fill-in sentences to complete.
Fifth graders increase their reading, speaking, and listening comprehension skills on the basis of cultural practices.
Students compare and contrast Christmas with a variety of other holidays. They listen to the books "The Light of Christmas" and "Christmas," and generate a list about Christmas using Kidspiration computer software. Students discuss Ramadan, Diwali, Hanukkah, and create a Christmas light craft.
In this listening and reading comprehension online worksheet, students watch a video of the "The Alligator King." They decide whether 9 statements are true or false before watching the video a second time. They fill in 7 missing words in a passage, using the correct verb form in 6 sentences, and use drop down menus to choose 11 words that were heard in the video.
Improve communication skills by completing listening and speaking activities. Twelfth graders work in groups to create a speech about themselves. Students use a rubric as their guide for the speech and create quiz questions about their speeches for the class to take after their presentations.