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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 7, July 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



The Importance Of Teaching-Listening Comprehension In Promoting Note-Taking Skill

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AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Boughelamallah Hanane-Algeria

 

KEYWORDS

Phase 01: definition of some relative concepts: 01-English as a foreign language: English is learned in order to be used for communication with other people or while travelling. 02-English as a second language: English is learned by students who are living in the target- language community. 3-English as an international: refers to the use of English by people of different nations in order to communicate with one another. 4-listening: is the active process of receiving or constructing meaning from responding to spoken or non – verbal messages. 5-Listening comprehension: is a process of listening, understanding and interacting. 6-Mind mapping: is a note- taking technique its objective is showing relationships and how the parts relate to the whole. 7-Note- taking: is the ability to extract selectively relevant key points from a text on specific idea or topic especially involving the coordination of related information. 8-Outlining: is a note-taking strategy that involves placing the information which are more general at the left with each more specific group of facts indented with spaces to the right. 9-The cornel system: is a note –taking strategy that is focused on different parts of the note book page.

 

ABSTRACT

Note-taking is a hot topic that attracts much considerable attention over time due to its great importance in teaching–learning process. Teaching listening comprehension in the Algerian EFL classrooms is designed to solve the problem of failure in taking good notes while listening.

 

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