Welcome to Listening for General Purposes course. This course is designed to provide students with varieties of learning activities that concerned to the process of understanding and comprehending spoken language, additionally students also expected to improve their listening ability through the activities that already provided.
Learning activities are conducted in and outside classroom consisting of modeling (giving example via videos), discussing tips and techniques for listening comprehension, and providing a range of technology that can support students’ listening practice, etc.
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Pragmatics is the branch of Linguistics that studies how people communicate and understand each other. This course will introduce students to the study of contextualized meaning in Linguistics and attempt to answer the question: how do we create meaning from the utterances we make? We will also be examining how individuals bring their cultural experiences, worldview, and assumptions to conversations. :)