When we learn a language, we can listen to anything we want and make a lesson out of it.
Sometimes our students really want to learn English and ask us for extra work to practice everyday. This can be difficult sometimes because it takes time to think of an activity, and we have our own lives with our own time-consuming problems. Well, fortunately, we have prepared a worksheet for you to give to your students that will apply to any English listening audio or video they want to listen to.
The idea of this exercise is to practice listening for content as well as learning and applying English expressions both old and new.
The beauty of this type of exercise is they can listen to anything they want!
Here's how it works...
Name: ________________________ Date: _______________
I’m listening to _________________________________ Length of audio: ______
Pre-Listening: Know what you're listening to.
Listening: Know what you’re listening for.
Post-Listening: Know what you've listened to.
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Consider the Level - You could try this for any level student that asks for it, but it will probably be most beneficial to at least a Blue Belt (Intermediate) student who has a good handle on basic grammar and expressions.
Consider Your Time - You don't need to spend that much time reviewing unless you want to assign it as proper homework and use it in your lessons.
Easter Egg Lessons:
Any Language - As the teacher, you could do these activities in any foreign language you're trying to learn.
Think Twice - It could cause some of us to really think about the things we watch and why we watch them, which could ultimately save us time if we eliminate the more useless things.
What else can you find?
Have more time.