FP404L/S04 - LISTENING AND SPEAKING
FP404L/S04 LISTENING AND SPEAKING Contact Hours: 4 hours/week
Prerequisites Students who score between 71%-85% in the placement test and students who passed L3
Objectives
The students should be able to:

Listening:
L4L1 - Anticipate and predict the speaker's message and meaning
L4L2 - Make connections to prior knowledge and experiences, and current or future needs.
L4L3 - Take notes and extracts main ideas and concepts from 3 to 5 minutes live or recorded dialogues and monologues of general/academic/specialized purposes delivered at a natural speed.
L4L4 - Take notes and Extract details, opinions or arguments from 3 to 5 minutes live or recorded dialogues and monologues of general/academic/specialized purposes delivered at a natural speed.
L4L5 - Take notes and Extract specific information from 3 to 5 minutes live or recorded dialogues and monologues of general/academic/specialized purposes.
L4L6 - Summarize and paraphrase the whole or portions of a talk, lecture or conversation
L3L7 - Extract information in relation to context, and identify relationship between speakers, register (e.g. formal or informal) from 3 to 5 minutes of live or recorded dialogues and monologues of general purpose.
L4L8 - Identify a range of vocabulary, idioms, colloquial expressions and technical terminology to handle most social or study situations typical of an academic environment
L4L9 - Identify the transitional words that assist in following the sequence, organization of and relationships among ideas expressed.
L4L10 - Evaluate information to identify or infer the purpose, bias, assumptions and motives of the speaker
L4L11 - Determine literal and implied meaning of message and draw logical conclusions
L4L12 - Discriminate between facts and opinions, and emotional and logical ideas

Speaking & Pronunciation:
L4S1 - Apply basic stress, intonation and phonology to speak intelligibly using high frequency words about common and familiar topics
L4S2 - Interact appropriately at a basic level in routine social and learning contexts by making relevant comments and asking and responding to familiar questions
L4S3 - Ask for clarification of unfamiliar language, topics and concepts
L4S4 - Express ideas, opinions and plans clearly in basic spoken English
L4S5 - Demonstrate an awareness that English changes according to purpose and audience by talking and responding appropriately.
L4S6 - Evaluate peers' speech with regard to basic accuracy, intelligibility and appropriateness (Students Presentations)
L4S7 - Give clear oral descriptions of events (present and past), personal experiences, activities, lifestyles, people, and places.
L4S8 - Organize speech using appropriate signal/transitional words when necessary
(E.g., in basic chronological order, order of importance etc.)
L4LS9 - Describe and interpret graphs and charts.