SPECIFIC PECULIARITIES OF TEACHING AND EVALUATING PRAGMATIC SPEECH ACTS THROUGH THE LISTENING SKILLS
Erkin Tursunovich Sadikov
Listening is one of the most inseparable parts of academic skills and considered to be meaningful not only in receiving information, but also in constructing an interaction between speakers in social and academic situations. As a result, it can be a pivotal tool for bridging pragmatic competences of the learners through the diverse speech acts in various scenarios. In most cases listeners use both skills and strategies to conduct their listening procedures allowing to their interactive goals. This paper aims to demonstrate the practical development of listening skills and proposes some specific tips based on the experience of the teacher: it also depicts some types of assessment which may be utilized in evaluating receptive and productive skills by considering the linguistic and pragmatic aspects of the activities.
Keywords: skills and strategies, Vandergrift and Goh, IELTS or TOEFL exams, asking, responding.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)
Published on : 2021-12-24