What comes to mind when you hear the term ‘listening activities’?   Leave a comment

English: Ear. Good for listening.

English: Ear. Good for listening. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)




1) What comes to mind when you hear the term ‘listening activities’?
2) What do you think when your teacher says you’re going to do a listening activity?
3) What kind of listening activities do you like best?
4) Do you like the listening activities your teacher gives you?
5) Do you have an example of how a listening activity improved your listening?
6) Do you know of any listening websites that have good listening activities?
7) Which is best – listening activities in the classroom or real-life listening?
8) Do you always understand the reasons why the teacher asks you to do a particular listening activity?
9) What are your biggest problems with listening?
10) How important are listening activities compared with reading, speaking and writing activities?





1) Do you like doing listening activities in class?
2) Do you ever think listening activities are a waste of time?
3) Do you prefer any particular accent when doing a listening activity?
4) Is the topic important when you do a listening activity?
5) What things are important for a listening activity to be successful?
6) What advice would you give to a student who panics when he or she cannot follow a listening?
7) How often should you listen to English podcasts, news, songs, etc?
8) How long do you think listening activities should be?
9) Do you think you need a listening activity in every class?
10) What questions would you like to ask your teacher about listening activities?



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