English Listening Homework
These Won't Feel Like Homework
"Long-term consistency trumps short-term intensity."
- Bruce Lee -
If you really want to improve your English efficiency, consistent, regular and guided practice is the proven way to do it.
Many of us would like to listen to more things in a foreign language, but we may not know what to look for or we may need a bit of guidance to keep us focused while listening. I know this happens to me in Spanish.
We want to offer you some guidance with your English listening.
We've tried to offer a wide variety of listening content from popular songs to podcasts to interviews and Ted Talks.
Set time aside to do these listening exercises and then sign up for a class to check your answers and discuss the homework.
**Note: These are NOT typical English exercises. These are content-based English lessons.**
The objective of these homework assignments is for you to practice your English fluency by listening to a song or thinking through a topic in English while learning natural, useful expressions and vocabulary to use when you're speaking.
If you have another teacher:
Perfect! I'm sure your teacher would be thrilled if you took initiative to do homework and actually brought a talking topic to your lessons. We've tried to add some interesting discussion topics and conversation starters in to the lesson.
You're also always welcome to sign up for an Office Hours Lesson if you have time.
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This service is INCLUDED in the Participating Membership. I don't know how long that deal will last, but once you're in, you're in!
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Hey there, English speakers. I'm Jesse. As it says above, I've been an TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) teacher since 2006. I've learned a lot in that time, and I want to share my experiences with you to help you in the classroom whether you're a teacher or a student.
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