Listen for Specific Information
Young scholars demonstrate listening for specific information. They play the game Simon Says, and in small groups complete two listening activities involving listening for numbers and listening for truth.
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Effective Communication: Listening, Speaking, Writing, Interpreting
Help young learners become active listeners and strong public speakers with a set of activities that range from paraphrasing, to discussions, and self-reflection. Additionally, the lessons address social media skills and non-verbal...
7th - Higher Ed English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
BBC Learning English, Listening Comprehension
In this listening comprehension worksheet, students listen to an audio recording on time and then determine whether the statements provided are true or false. Students then respond to five questions about time using the information...
Higher Ed English Language Arts
Phonemic Awareness: Pronunciation of /ng/ Consonants
Learners practice cononant sounds within reading passages. They articulate the /ng/ sounds and identify their placement in words. Working with a partner, they read a passage aloud and listen for correct pronunciation of sounds.
12th - Higher Ed ESL & ELD
Culture Sharing: History, Politics, Government
Students explore types of governments and political systems. In partners, students share information about their home country. Classmates work together to prepare a presentation about the history and government of a specific country.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History
Latin Roots: Cern, Jur, Leg: Audio Context Story
Words containing the Latin roots cern, jur, and leg are featured in an audio story to support proper pronunciation and use. Target words are repeated for emphasis, to give listeners a chance to practice. Context story seems contrived to...
9th - 11th English Language Arts
Breaking English News - "Terror Returns to Bali"
For this ESL/ELL reading comprehension and grammar worksheet, learners read or listen to an article from October 2, 2005 entitled, "Terror Returns To Bali." They complete short answer, true or false, fill in the blank, and matching...
11th - 12th English Language Arts
An Introduction to Collocation
Students listen to text in the form of a letter and then read the same text to determine how collocations can have different meanings. Students listen to a sample of dialogue to understand how the the usages of "make," "do," and "have"...
9th - Higher Ed English Language Arts