Ch 6: Teaching Speaking & Listening Skills

About This Chapter

In this self-paced chapter is a comprehensive overview of ways to teach speaking and listening skills. Engaging lessons, short quizzes and a practice exam can boost your knowledge of these skills in a short period of time as you study for an upcoming test.

Teaching Speaking & Listening Skills - Chapter Summary

Feel confident in your understanding of ways to teach speaking and listening skills using this informative chapter. Entertaining lessons closely examine instructional approaches educators can use to develop students' speaking and writing skills. Completing this chapter will enable you to do the following:

  • Share strategies and methods for teaching speaking skills
  • List methods for developing ELL speaking and listening skills for academic and social purposes
  • Discuss strategies for teaching listening skills to children

Studying for a test that covers the basics of teaching speaking and listening skills is simple using the resources in this chapter. All lessons are accessible around-the-clock via any computer or mobile device and can be viewed in any sequence and as often as you'd like. Mini quizzes let you quickly assess your comprehension of the lessons you review, while our practice exam ensures you have a quality understanding of the entire chapter. Feel free to submit any questions about specific lesson topics to our experts via the Dashboard.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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