On the daily, human interactions happen in many ways. Whether a teacher and students learning in class, vendor and buyer exchanging money for a product, or even simply a mother trying to cheer her daughter up. Those interactions are all different from one another but one thing that is the same from all of them is the aspect of speaking. You must speak in order to deliver information to others. Therefore, this class is created for those of you who want to level up your English speaking skill for your daily life.
In this course, students will be able to find specific information in a conversation, understand a conversation between more than 2 people, and communicate to receive or give information by listening to video/audio that already provided.
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.
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. :)