Pre-recorded Session Poster (45 minutes)
Oct 23, 2021 01:55 PM - Apr 30, 2022 02:25 PM(Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh)
20211023T1355 20211023T1425 Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES WITH MOBILE PHONES TO DEVELOP LISTENING SKILLS

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES WITH MOBILE PHONES TO DEVELOP LISTENING SKILLS Do Minh Diep, MBA.; Le Thi Thu Ha, MA. National Economics University, Faculty of Foreign Languages Abstract Listening is considered as one of the most difficult communicative skills among four language competence. Moreover, as a receptive skill, listening is commonly described to be a passive skill in class teaching and studying, since students tend to sit quietly and do the listening tasks. At the same time, language teachers have to deal with the challenges of students' using mobile phones in class. It is a fact that obviously most students have at least a mobile device, as it is a convenient means of communication. This paper presents a recommendation to assist learners to improve their own listening skills with mobile phones outside classroom environment. Numerous facts and figures from a case study conducted at National Economics University are shown to illustrate findings and achievements during the application of these activities. Key words: listening skills; mobile; language teaching

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SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES WITH MOBILE PHONES TO DEVELOP LISTENING SKILLS Do Minh Diep, MBA.; Le Thi Thu Ha, MA. National Economics University, Faculty of Foreign Languages Abstract Listening is considered as one of the most difficult communicative skills among four language competence. Moreover, as a receptive skill, listening is commonly described to be a passive skill in class teaching and studying, since students tend to sit quietly and do the listening tasks. At the same time, language teachers have to deal with the challenges of students' using mobile phones in class. It is a fact that obviously most students have at least a mobile device, as it is a convenient means of communication. This paper presents a recommendation to assist learners to improve their own listening skills with mobile phones outside classroom environment. Numerous facts and figures from a case study conducted at National Economics University are shown to illustrate findings and achievements during the application of these activities. Key words: listening skills; mobile; language teaching

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National Economics University
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Mrs. Thanh Pham
Lecturer of English
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National Economics University
Ms. Dang Truong
English teacher
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Quang Tri Education Center
Mrs. Hoa Nguyen
Lecturer
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Vietnam National University, Hanoi, International School
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