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Unit 6 - Teach listening TESTLE001 Introduction This unit focuses on the different ways in which we listen to different types of texts, and on practical techniques for developing these listening skills. To complete this unit: 1. TESOL Made Practical For All Situations: Read Chapter 6. 2. TMPFAS Workbook: Complete the tasks in Unit 6. 3. Practice Teaching Task(s): Refer to PTT 6. 4. Complete all other tasks for the core units (see TESOL Study Guide for more information) Assessment method and description The assessment is competency based. This means that students will be graded as ‘satisfactory’ or ‘not yet satisfactory’ in individual tasks and 'competent' or 'not yet competent' for units as a whole. Students need to be assessed as ‘satisfactory’ in all of the assessment tasks in order to be deemed ‘competent’ for the unit. If a student is graded ‘not yet satisfactory’ or ‘not yet competent’ they will be given another opportunity for reassessment and will be provided with specific feedback on areas needing improvement. All students have the right to appeal any assessment decision. See your RTO for more information on appeals. All assessment tasks will be retained by the Registered Training Organisation (RTO). If a student wishes to keep a copy of the assessment task then they need to make a copy prior to submission. Workbook Tasks 6.1 – 6.3: Students must provide clear, concise and reasonable answers / submissions for all of the workbook tasks within each unit. The purpose of the assessment is to see that a student: can understand and apply knowledge they have learnt in a theoretical situation can demonstrate knowledge of the unit content (see mapping) can communicate the understanding and knowledge gained Note : All tasks in this unit are related, and therefore should be answered according to the case study. Practice Teaching Task 6: Students must plan, deliver and evaluate an English Listening lesson in accordance with the task requirements detailed in the Practice Teaching Task. The purpose of the assessment is to see that a student: can understand and apply knowledge and skills they have learnt in a practical situation can practically demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to meet the unit requirements. (see mapping) © 2018 Language Training Institute Teach Listening (TESTLE001)

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