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SYLLABUS Subject Code/Credit : Teaching Listening and Speaking : /2 sks

Course Description This course discusses the nature and principles of listening and speaking skills, techniques of teaching listening and speaking skills and languages games of speaking and listening skills Main Goal This course will develop students ability to understand and use the nature and principles of listening and speaking skills, techniques of teaching listening and speaking skills and languages games of speaking and listening skills
No 1 Standard Competency Students are able to understand teaching pronunciation Students are able to understand teaching listening skills Students are able to understand listening skills 4 Students are able to understand basic competences and indicators of listening in junior Topic/Material Previewing scanning and skimming guessing vocabulary etc Vowel diphthongs consonants stress and intonation Microskills of listening comprehension types of classroom listening performances listening techniques materials for teaching listening skills Teaching Learning Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Evaluation Format Test Type Test and Discussion non-test and problem solving

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high schools Students are able to understand basic competences and indicators of listening in senior high school Students are able to understand speaking skills Students are able to understand teaching speaking skills Students are able to understand basic competences and indicators of speaking skills in junior high school Students are able to understand basic competences and indicators of speaking skills in senior high school Students are able to understand integrating listening and speaking skills Students are able to understand English speaking games for fluency Students are able to understand English speaking games for accuracy Students are able to understand English speaking games for pronunciation Students are able to use English speacking games for speaking in specific contexts

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Speaking skills and Elicitation, gap filling communicative language and question & answer theory characteristics of spoken language what makes speaking difficult? Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling and question & answer Elicitation, gap filling and question &

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References
Thornburry, S. How to teach Speaking. Longman Brown, H.D. 2001. Teaching by Principles: An Interactive Approach to Language Pedagogy, second Edition. New York: Addison Wesley Longman Inc. McDonough, J and Shaw, Christopher. 2003. Materials and Methods in ELT. Malden: Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Harmer, J. 2001. English Language Teaching, Third Edition: Completely Revised and Updated. Longman Bailey, Kathleen. M. and Savage, Lance. 1994. New ways in Teaching Speaking. USA: Pantagraph Printing. Bailey, Kathleen. M. and Savage, Lance. 1994. New ways in Teaching Listening. USA: Pantagraph Printing.