Programa Formación Docente 2008 -2009
Programa Formación Docente 2008 -2009

 Understanding Natural Speech: Improve your listening skills
 Matthew Boyson
Horas de formación
 12 horas presenciales
 8 horas no presenciales
Créditos ECTS
Horario y lugar
  2021-06-14 de 16 horas a 18 horas en Síncrona a través de Teams
2021-06-15 de 16 horas a 18 horas en Síncrona a través de Teams
2021-06-21 de 16 horas a 18 horas en Síncrona a través de Teams
2021-06-22 de 16 horas a 18 horas en Síncrona a través de Teams
2021-06-28 de 16 horas a 18 horas en Síncrona a través de Teams
2021-06-29 de 16 horas a 18 horas en Síncrona a través de Teams
Objetivos del módulo
 - To introduce participants to a variety of methods through which participants can practice and improve their listening skills.
- To encourage active and focused listening..
- To help participants to listen accurately and efficiently.
 Session 1:
Words we don’t hear
Session 2:
Listening for key information
Session 3:
Following structure
Session 4:
Listening for detail
Session 5:
Session 6:
Competencias que se van a adquirir
 By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- apply different listening strategies according to context,
- listen efficiently by, for example, distinguishing between important and unimportant information,
- listen accurately by, for example, recognizing elements of natural connected speech,
- better understand natural spoken English.
Metodología docente
 the course is taught over 3 weeks, with 2 sessions of 2 hours each week. This allows participants to put into practice what they learn in each session and then build on that knowledge in the following session.
Sistema de evaluación
 - Attendance and in-class tasks
- There will be out-of-class tasks after each session and a final project at the end of the course.
Descripción de las actividades presenciales
 The course builds on and puts into practice many of the elements seen in parts 1 and 2 of Understanding Natural Speech. Nevertheless, it can be taken as a stand alone course.
The sessions are highly practical and students are introduced to the theory through the use of both studio and authentic recordings and videos.
Descripción de las actividades no presenciales
 - After each session participants will be given specific tasks to complete which build on and reinforce the content of the relevant session.
- At the end of the course there will be a mini-project for participants to hand-in, which brings together the most important aspects of the course.
Referencia de consulta básica bibliografía, URL...
 Lynch, Tony, Study Listening, (Cambridge, CUP, 2004)
Roach, Peter, English Phonetics and Phonology, (Cambridge: CUP, 2009)
Rogerson, Pamela and Judy B. Gilbert, Speaking Clearly, (Cambridge: CUP, 1990)
Underhill, Adrian, Sound Foundations, (Oxford: Macmillan, 1994)
Wilson, J.J., How to Teach Listening, (Harlow: Pearson, 2008)
Información de interés para los participantes
 This short course is part of a series of 3 pronunciation courses, however, it can be taken as a stand alone course or in conjunction with the other Understanding Natural Speech courses (Words and Sentences and Thoughts and Sounds).

The course will be taught in English. A minimum level of B2 CEFR is recommended
Será necesaria la conexión a través de Windows Teams a la hora de inicio del curso, y la permanencia en el mismo hasta su finalización.
La conexión se hará mediante reunión para la que se recibirá invitación personalizada.