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A Syllabus for an Advanced ESL Lecture Comprehension and Note-taking Course

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Title:A Syllabus for an Advanced ESL Lecture Comprehension and Note-taking Course
Authors:Lebauer, Roni
Contributors:University of Hawaii at Manoa. Department of English as a Second Language. (department)
Keywords:syllabus development
lecture comprehension
note taking
esl students
language processing
show 3 morediscourse analysis
esl needs analysis
listening comprehension
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Date Issued:1985
Abstract:This thesis presents a semester-long syllabus with sample materials for a lecture comprehension and note-taking class for advanced ESL students in a university setting. The syllabus presupposes a high level of grammatical competence on the part of the students, taking for granted that it is not on the level of lexical or sentential comprehension that the student has difficulty. Rather, problems are assumed to stem from insufficient time of processing due to lack of familiarity with the language
and the assumptions concerning lecture discourse in that language. Background information is cited regarding research in connected discourse processing, the effect of culture on that processing, lecture discourse analyses, and lecture comprehension and note-taking pedagogy and skill needs. A needs analysis concerning the listening comprehension, note-taking, and production requirements of university students is presented and discussed.This thesis presents a semester-long syllabus with sample materials for a lecture comprehension and note-taking class for advanced ESL students in a university setting. The syllabus presupposes a high level of grammatical competence on the part of the students, taking for granted that it is not on the level of lexical or sentential comprehension that the student has difficulty. Rather, problems are assumed to stem from insufficient time of processing due to lack of familiarity with the language
and the assumptions concerning lecture discourse in that language. Background information is cited regarding research in connected discourse processing, the effect of culture on that processing, lecture discourse analyses, and lecture comprehension and note-taking pedagogy and skill needs. A needs analysis concerning the listening comprehension, note-taking, and production requirements of university students is presented and discussed.
Pages/Duration:147 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/37657
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