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How to improve listening skills for technical students

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4 Author(s)
Artyushina, G. ; MATI-Russian State Technol. Univ. named after K.E.Tsiolkovsky, Moscow, Russia ; Sheypak, O. ; Khovrin, A. ; Spektor, V.

Communication competence includes four main activities: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Listening is the most difficult skill for many of our students. But that of the time a person is engaged in communication, approximately 9% is devoted to writing, 16% to reading, 30% to speaking, and 45% to listening. That's why for non-linguistic universities the perfection and development of the speech learning procedure becomes actual especially when we use academic hours of student independent work (self-study) for this purpose.

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Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL), 2011 14th International Conference on

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21-23 Sept. 2011