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D.M. MAKHMETOVA, E.I. LUGOVSKAIYA, Z.S. NESSIPBAYEVA, B.K. ISSABAYEVA. The significance of staged listening comprehension training

УДК 372.881.111.1

DOI: 10.51883/20704046_2020_5_82

D.M. MAKHMETOVA, E.I. LUGOVSKAIYA, Z.S. NESSIPBAYEVA, B.K. ISSABAYEVA

The significance of staged listening comprehension training

The article describes a staged listening comprehension training scheme. The scheme was tested on students of natural science specialties with a Pre-Intermediate level of English. The scheme includes three stages. The first is called foreign-speech adaptation and develops students’ adaptive skills while listening to adapted texts read by the teacher and doing phonetic exercises. The second stage is called purposeful listening and develops the concentration skills of students. At the second stage, intermediate level audio texts are presented without speed and pronunciation attunements. At the last stage, which is the improvement stage, authentic texts are read faster. This stage develops the skill of understanding authentic texts and promotes the skill to guess the meaning of new words using the context.

Keywords: foreign-speech adaptation, purposeful listening, improvement stage, underst anding.