Professor Reed Presents at NY TESOL Conference

Professor Marnie Reed presented at the New York Teaching English as a Second or Other Language Conference (NY TESOL). The Conference was held from November 15th to November 16th, 2013.

Professor Reed lead a TESOL workshop titled Innovations in Teaching Listening Skills: Facilitating Learner Meta-cognition and Comprehension. The presentation’s abstract is below:

Listening is often addressed by providing activities that test the accuracy of learners’ comprehension instead of teaching learners how to listen accurately. In this workshop, listening skills are identified and materials and strategies are provided for moving beyond testing listening comprehension to actively teaching listening skills and measuring learner outcomes.

NY TESOL is an a professional association for educators and professionals focused on the education of English Language learners in NY state.

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