Using interactive listening strategies to compensate for comprehension and communication breakdowns

publicado a la‎(s)‎ 6 jun. 2018 8:23 por Carrera Inglés PUCV
Author: Giannina del Río (2017).
This action research sought to explore ways of helping students compensate communication breakdowns through the teaching of interactive listening strategies. The participants were a group of 10th graders from The Wizard School in Viña del Mar. Students were expected to orally use backward and forward orientation strategies in small discussions/conversations about their own and famous people’s past habits. Four data collection instruments were implemented: a three-minute recording of the students’ conversation, a rubric to assess the recording, a pre and post-intervention survey and the teacher’s observation notes. The results show that explicit instruction of interactive listening strategies does help students compensate for comprehension and communication breakdowns.
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