Lexia English Pedagogy Overview: Oral Language Listening
This pedagogy overview paper explains the role of listening development in second language learning and how second language acquisition theory and research inform the design of Lexia® English Language Development™. Listening comprehension is a key component of language proficiency which enables learners to participate in meaningful interactions with others. It also is a challenging task because learners must extract meaning by attending to both fine-grained linguistic detail and broader information that spans across multiple utterances. Download this paper to read how Lexia English is designed with this information in mind to provide learners with targeted listening practice in a safe, nonjudgmental environment.
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