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Bài 12 - Listening - Listen for dialogue & monologue

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Video hướng dẫn phần 1

Video hướng dẫn phần 2

Video hướng dẫn phần 3

 

KỸ NĂNG LISTENING 

1) Reaching a decision

In listening part 1 & 3, you often hear people discussing a problem, suggesting solutions and then reaching a decision. A discussion like this might focus on the advantages and disadvantages of each suggestion.

1.1 Look at these questions and try to think of possible advantages and disadvantages you might hear. Write them in the table.

 

Possible advantages/ disadvantages

Section 1

The speakers decide to travel to the airport by

A   taxi

B   bus

C   car

 

Section 3

What do the students decide to do next?

A   Ask the tutor for help

B   Do more research on the topic

C   Produce a typed copy of their notes

 

1.2 Listen and answer the questions in 1.1

1.3 Listen again and make a note of any languages that the speakers use to show they reach a decision or agreement.

Thực hành nghe part 1

Thực hành nghe part 3

2) Signposting words:

For Listening part 4, you will hear a talk by a student or an expert on an academic subject. Speakers often use signposting words to move from one topic to another, or to help connect their ideas.

2.1 Listen to six short extracts from different listening section 4 talks. Complete the extracts below.

  1. OK, …………the late 19th century when a great deal of changes were taking place.
  2. Now, ……….., I wanted to give you some background information.
  3. So,  …………….some possible reasons for this.
  4. ……………, I’d like to talk about some future projects.
  5. So, ………… did we reach?
  6. I’ll …………what this machine can do.

1.2 Match the extracts 1-6 in 1.1 to uses A-C below.

A   to start off a topic

B   to change to a new topic

C   to finish off a topic

1.3 Here are some words you might hear in a talk. Match words 1-8 to their synonyms A-H

1. results

2. definition

3. challenges

4. history

5. advantages

6. disadvantages

7. answers

8. summarize

A.   background

B.   benefits

C.   solutions

D.   findings

E.   conclude

F.    meaning

G.   drawbacks

H.   problems

3) Understanding how ideas are connected

The topics and language in listening part 3 & 4 are more complex. Here are some examples of the information you may hear.

  1. the method used in a particular study
  2. the effects of an action
  3. the reason an action was carried out
  4. the conclusions that can be drawn from research
  5. the findings of an experiment

Listen to 4 extracts from listening section 3 & 4. Decide what type of information above you will hear in each.

1 …………      2 …………..      3 ……………     4 ………….

4) Following a lecture (part 4)

4.1 Read the notes below and answer these questions:

Which of the following do you think you will hear?

  1. The names of all the plants, then all their origins, then finally their impacts.
  2. A full description of one plant that also contains some references to the other plants listed.
  3. A complete background of a plant: when and how it was discovered, then its impacts.

How the note is organized?

How will this help you to follow the talk?

For which question do you need to write a nationality?

4.2 Listen and complete the notes with ONE WORD ONLY.

PLANTS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD

Prehistory: Flowering plants

  -   Arrived about 130 million years ago

  -   Became an essential source of 1 ………….

2737 BC: tea

  -   Discovered in China, played a key role in USA, China and UK

  -   Led to financial problems in Britain –  a Chinese ruler insisted on tea was paid for with 2 ……….., which had to be sourced from other countries.

202 BC: White Mulberry

  -   In demand from 202 BC when it was essential in the production of 3………….

  -  Trade routes led to the spread of different 4 ……………. but also made more people ill and encourage the exchange of dangerous products (e.g. 5 ……………)

16th century: the potato

  -   Originated in Central and South America, brought to Europe by the 6 …………

  -   It was rapidly accepted because it was cheap and contained lots of 7 ………….

  -   Helped prevent one specific 8 ………..

  -   1845 – 1849: large-scale failure of potato crops led to a million deaths in Ireland and the 9 ………… of another million people.

Homework

Làm ít nhất 5 bài section 1, 5 bài section 2, 5 bài section 3 và 5 bài section 4

https://bereadyielts.com/ielts-listening/ielts-listening-luyen-tap-theo-bai-nghe.html

Làm ít nhất 4 đề full test listening 

https://bereadyielts.com/ielts-listening/thi-thu-ielts-listening.html

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