Listening strategies--I beg your pardon?

Ridgway, Tony
April 2000
ELT Journal: English Language Teaching Journal;Apr2000, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p179
Academic Journal
Examines the relationship between written and spoken English language. Skepticism on the application of comprehension strategies of reading to listening; Challenges of strategy-based approach to receptive skills; Relevance of prosodic features in comprehension; Advantages of text-based approach over a strategies-based approach.


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