Listening Comprehension Instructional Models: Matching Theory and Practice

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Joan Morley

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Our field has come a long way in the last quarter century, and we have learned much about the cognitive and communicative processes of language learning. In particular, research has demonstrated the pivotal role played by learner participation in the interactive, input-output, listening-speaking communication "chain." It is now well documented that two language learning features establish the importance of well-instructed attention to aural comprehension.

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Morley, J. (1). Listening Comprehension Instructional Models: Matching Theory and Practice. HOW Journal, 9(1), 5-8. Retrieved from https://howjournalcolombia.org/index.php/how/article/view/197
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