SemesterFall Semester, 2019
DepartmentMA Program of English, First Year Ph.D. Program in TESOL, First Year MA Program of English, Second Year Ph.D. Program in TESOL, Second Year
Course NameDeveloping Oral Proficiency in English:Teaching Listening and Speaking
InstructorHSU LI-YUAN
Credit3.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
Course Schedule

I. General Requirements




  1. To preview and review the assigned readings

  2. To check the MOODLE course on a regular basis

  3. To participate actively in both classroom and online discussions

  4. To turn in an annotated bibliography assignment

  5. To give oral presentations on the assign readings and annotated bibliographies

  6. To take a final test



II. Course Schedule

























































































































週次



課程內容與指定閱讀



教學活動與課前、課後作業



學生學習投入時間



(含課堂教學時數)



1. 9/9




  1. Course Intro

  2. Ch.1: L2 Listening Processes (R&B)




  1. In-class reading & discussion



8 h.s



2.



9/16




  1. Ch.2: Listening Skills (R&B)

  2. Ch.3: Listening Strategies (R&B)




  1. In-class reading & discussion



8 h.s



3.



9/23




  1. Ch.4: Listening Text Types (R&B)

  2. Ch.7: Approaches to Teaching Listening (Rost)



 




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 1:



Ch.7: (Rost)



8 h.s



4.



9/30




  1. Goh, C. (2008). Metacognitive instruction for second language listening development. RELC, 39:2, 188-213.

  2. Yeldham, M. (2015). Second language listening instruction: Comparing a strategies-based approach with an interactive, strategies/bottom-up skills approach. TESOL Quarterly, 50(2), 394–420.




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 2:



Goh (2008)




  1. Oral presentation 3:



Yeldham (2015)



8 h.s



5.



10/7




  1. Chang, A. C-S. & Millett, S. (2014). The effect of extensive listening on developing L2 listening fluency: Some hard evidence. ELT Journal, 68:1.

  2. Chen, C. W., (2019). Guided listening with listening journals and curated materials: a metacognitive approach. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, 13:2, 133-146.




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 4: Chang & Millett (2014)

  3. Oral presentation 5:



Chen (2019)



8 h.s



6.



10/14




  1. Ch.9: Designing Instruction (Rost)

  2. Siegel, J. (2013). Second language learners' perceptions of listening strategy instruction, Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, 7:1, 1-18.




  1. In-class reading & discussion



Oral presentation 6:



Siegel ( 2013)



8 h.s



7.



10/21



 




  1. Jafari, K. & Hashim, F. (2012). The effects of using advance organizers on improving EFL learners’ listening comprehension: A mixed method study, System, 40, 270-281.

  2. Ch.10: Listening Assessment (Rost)




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 7:



Jafari & Hashim (2012)



8 h.s



8.



10/28




  1. Wagner, E. (2013). An investigation of how the channel of input and access to test questions affect L2 listening test performance. Language Assessment Quarterly, 178-195.

  2. Ockey, G. J. and French, R. (2016). From one to multiple accents on a test of L2 listening comprehension. Applied Linguistics, 37:5, 693–715.




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 8: Wagner (2013)

  3. Oral presentation 9:



Ockey & French (2016)



8 h.s



9.



11/4




  1. Ch.1: Speaking and the Language Learner (G&B)

  2. Ch2: Cognitive Processes in Speaking (G&B)




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 10: Ch.1 (G&B)



8 h.s



10.



11/11




  1. Ch.3: Speaking Competence (G&B)

  2. Ch.4: Speech: Features (G&B)




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 11: Ch. 4 (G&B)



8 h.s



11.



11/18




  1. Ch.6: A Methodological Framework (G&B)

  2. Ch.7: A Model for Teaching Speaking (G&B)




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 12: Ch.7 (G&B)



8 h.s



12.



11/25




  1. Hsu, H.C. (2016). Voice blogging and L2 speaking performance, Computer Assisted Language Learning, 29:5, 968-983.

  2. Huang, H.C. (2015). From web-based readers to voice bloggers: EFL learners’ perspectives, Computer Assisted Language Learning, 28:2, 145-170.




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 13: Hsu (2016)

  3. Oral presentation 14: Huang (2015)



8 h.s



13.



12/2




  1. Ch.9: Speaking Tasks (G&B)

  2. Sun, Lin, You, Shen, Qi, & Luo (2017). Improving the English-speaking skills of young learners through mobile social networking, Computer Assisted Language Learning, 30:3-4, 304-324,



 




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 15: Sun et al. (2017)



 



8 h.s



14.



12/9




  1. Ch.11: Raising Metacognitive Awareness (G&B)

  2. Ch.12: Assessing Speaking (G&B)




  1. In-class reading & discussion

  2. Oral presentation 16:



Ch.11 (G&B)



 



8 h.s



15.



12/16



OFF (Guest Speaker/TESOL Workshop, date and time to be announced)



Attending a talk



 



8 h.s



16.



12/23



Presentations on Annotated Bibliography




  1. Oral Presentations



 



8 h.s



17.



12/30



Presentations on Annotated Bibliography




  1. Oral Presentations



 



8 h.s



18.



1/6



Final Test



(Meet at the lab)



Final Test



Annotated bibliography assignment due on 1/12



8 h.s



Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant

NA


Requirement/Grading


  1. Attendance, participation, and other assignments 20%




  2. Oral presentations on the assigned readings 25%




  3. Annotated bibliography assignment (including the oral report) 25%




  4. Final test 30%





 


Textbook & Reference

I. Main Textbooks:





  1. Richards, J. C. & Burns, A. (2012). Tips for teaching listening: A practical approach. White Plains: Pearson Education. (R&B)




  2. Rost, M. (2016). Teaching and researching listening. New York: Routledge. (Rost)




  3. Goh, C. C. M, & Burns, A. (2012). Teaching speaking: A holistic approach. New York: Cambridge University Press. (G&B)





II. Other reading materials (TBA)


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