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LISTENING COMPREHENSION
OF A PASSAGE IN SOCIOLOGY
INTRODUCTION AND THE
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
NOTE TAKING SKILLS IN
LISTENING
THE PROBLEM STATEMENT:
HYPOTHESES AND RESEARCH
QUESTIONS
FORMS OF CONTROLING
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
DELIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

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THE PROFESSIONAL
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY:
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT
PROPOSAL
THE REVIEW OF THE
LITERSTURE
THE GENERAL STATE OF
KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE RESEACH
PROBLEM: THERETICAL RART,
EVALUATION AND REFERENCES, THE
EMPIRICAL PART
METHODOLOGY: GENERAL
RESEACH PERSPECTIVES AND THE
WAYS OF ANALYZING THE DATA
PRESENTING RESULTS AND
CONCLUSIONS

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CONDUCTING DEBATES:
REFERENCES, ARGUMENTATION,
EXAMPLIFICATION
ORAL PRESENTATION:
OPENING, FEEDFORWARD, BIG TALK,
FEEDBACK, CLOSING
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9,10 = Full realisation of the task set.

All content points included with appropriate expansion.

Wide range of structure and vocabulary within the task set.

Minimal errors, perhaps due to ambition; well-developed control of language.

Ideas effectively organised, with a variety of linking devices.

Register and format consistently appropriate to purpose and audience.

Fully achieves the desired effect on the target reader.


7, 8 = Good realisation of the task set.

All major content points included; possibly one or two minor omissions.

Good range of structure and vocabulary within the task set.

Generally accurate, errors occur mainly when attempting more complex language.

Ideas clearly organised, with suitable linking devices.

Register and format on the whole appropriate to purpose and audience.

Achieves the desired effect on the target reader.


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5, 6 = Reasonable achievement of the task set.

All major content points included; some minor omissions.

Adequate range of structure and vocabulary, which fulfils the requirements of

the task.

A number of errors may be present, but they do not impede communication. Ideas adequately

organised, with simple linking devices.

Reasonable, if not always successful attempt at register and format appropriate to

purpose and audience.


Achieves, on the whole, the desired effect on the target reader.
4 = Task set attempted but not adequately achieved.

Some major content points inadequately covered or omitted, and/or some irrelevant material.

Limited range of structure and vocabulary.

A number of errors, which distract the reader and may obscure communication

at times.

Ideas inadequately organised; linking devices rarely used.

Unsuccessful/inconsistent attempts at appropriate register and format.

Message not clearly communicated to the target reader.


3 = Poor attempt at the task set.

Notable content omissions and/or considerable irrelevance, possibly due to misinterpretation

of task set.

Narrow range of vocabulary and structure.

Frequent errors which obscure communication; little evidence of language control.

Lack of organisation, or linking devices.

Little or no awareness of appropriate register and format. Very negative effect on the target

reader.
1, 2 = Achieves nothing: too little language for assessment (fewer than 50 words) or totally irrelevant
or totally illegible.

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Identifying linking elements in the text


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Tony Lynch Study Listening. A course in listening to lectures and note taking. CUP, 2004. p.10
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INTRODUCTION AND THE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

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The details of the research plan.

The context for the study and the external factors.

Cliches for the introductory paragraph


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Brian White Dissertation Skills (for Business and Management Students), Thompson,1999,
Unit2.
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NOTE TAKING SKILLS IN LISTENING

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Identifying the main idea of the text.

Using abbreviations, signs and symbols in note taking


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Tony Lynch Study Listening. A course in listening to lectures and note taking. CUP, 2004. p.131173.
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THE PROBLEM STATEMENT: HYPOTHESES AND RESEARCH QUESTIONS.

The relation between the type of research and the problem statement.

Theory-derived hypotheses

Ways of problem stating and framing

General purpose of the study


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Brian White Dissertation Skills (for Business and Management Students), Thompson,1999,
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FORMS OF CONTROLING LISTENING COMPREHENSION

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Writing a summery

Multiple choice exercises

Compressing a text into a given number of sentences.


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Tony Lynch Study Listening. A course in listening to lectures and note taking. CUP, 2004. p.209
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DELIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

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Governing principles and points of view

Requirements and restrictions


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. , , 2009.Unit7
Brian White Dissertation Skills (for Business and Management Students), Thompson,1999,
Unit 9
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THE PROFESSIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY: OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT PROPOSAL

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The contribution to professional knowledge.

The aim of the study

The development of the theory


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. , , 2009.Unit8
Brian White Dissertation Skills (for Business and Management Students), Thompson,1999,
Unit 3
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THE REVIEW OF THE LITERSTURE

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Libraries and business information

Guidelines on making a literature search.

Non- book and electronic information sources.


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Brian White Dissertation Skills (for Business and Management Students), Thompson,1999,
Unit 7

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THE GENERAL STATE OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE RESEACH PROBLEM: THERETICAL RART,
EVALUATION AND REFERENCES, THE EMPIRICAL PART

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Discussion of the theoretical literature

Review of the empirical research

Evaluating the information


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. , , 2009.Unit1-3
Brian White Dissertation Skills (for Business and Management Students), Thompson,1999,
Unit 7, 9
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METHODOLOGY: GENERAL RESEACH PERSPECTIVES AND THE WAYS OF ANALYZING THE DATA

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What is research?

The research process different schools of thought

The instruments and procedures used in data collection

Methods and methodology


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. , , 2009.Unit4
Brian White Dissertation Skills (for Business and Management Students), Thompson,1999,
Unit 3-4.
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PRESENTING RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS

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Dissertation format

The relationship of the results to the objectives set out in the introduction

The effect on professional practice


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Unit 9.

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Criticism

.Different points of view

Evidence and examples


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ORAL PRESENTATION: OPENING, FEEDFORWARD, BIG TALK, FEEDBACK, CLOSING

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Functions of Listening.

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The characteristic features of project proposal.

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Fill the chart while listening to a text

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The process of selecting topic.

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Listen to a text and answer the questions.

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Refining the topic and framing the research

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Prove that your study is worth doing.

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Provide theoretical and background information on the topic of your study.

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Identify contemporary and current thinking about the subject

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Techniques of data collection

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Comment on the results of your study.

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Prove the appropriateness of your methodology and data collection techniques..

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Present a layout of your report..

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2. Tony Lynch Study Listening. A course in listening to lectures and note taking. CUP, 2004.
3. Kenneth Tamarkin PRE-GED. Social studies skills. Contemporary Books inc., N-Y, 1987.
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