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Toward More Effectiveness of Communicative Behavior: Listening Input Acquisition

Authors
  • Hua, Rong
Journal
Journal of Educational Theory and Management
Publisher
Synergy Publishing Pte. Ltd.
Publication Date
Oct 10, 2019
Volume
3
Issue
2
Identifiers
DOI: 10.26549/jetm.v3i2.1859
Source
Synergy Publishing
Keywords
License
Green

Abstract

Listening and speaking are crucial communicative skills. It goes without saying that, under normal circumstances, almost two-thirds of our daily language use is spent on listening and speaking. However, a quite number of students have not yet been provided with the opportunity to acquire listening and speaking appropriately in China, so that there are still a considerable number of students, even university graduates, who are not satisfied with their oral English skills, especially their listening abilities. Therefore, this study attempts to focus on investigating and analyzing the effectiveness and practicality of English listening behavior in English learning. In order to effectively teach and learn, different groups of people should also have relatively appropriate and efficient learning behaviors, so as to enhance the awareness and ability of language input acquisition.

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