Discussion Stage Of “Jigsaw Viewing“ In Listening

This is the the stage  when the students have the opportunity to find out what the other groups have been listening to, eventhough they were in different activities. The students can be grouped for discussion in variety  of ways. If you have a large class it maybe best to divide the students in to two or three discussion groups. If you have a small class you may either keep them together as one discussion group or divide then into three or six, made up of one or two representatives from each   listening group. If you have a very  weak students make sure that he has the support of another slightly more able student from his own listening group.
Remember that your role is manager, this mean that must resist the temptation to correct or interrupt the students. In order to take the students attention away from yourself, asked each discussion group to sit in circle. 2.Remember that your role is manager, this mean that must resist the temptation to correct or interrupt the students. In order to take the students attention away from yourself, asked each discussion group to sit in circle. You can hear whats going on but the students  can forget your presence.
Sometimes the students may not understand each other clearly. It is an important oral skill for a student to learn  how to rephrase what has said in order to make himself intelligible. All often in the classroom the teacher acts as the interpreter between students. Jigsaw listening is designed to give students  opportunity  to practice communicating with each other without the teacher help.
The discussion stage section on the worksheet will help the students to know to  start talking to each other and what questions they can ask each other.
When the students have finished their discussion they may wish to do all the activities. This useful listening to the familiar extracts provide further practice in guided listening.
      The technique    of jigsaw listening can be used at all levels of language learning.  It is concluded that listening through video  largely influences in the oral language tasks to be learned by the students and jigsaw-viewing technique more interactively than sound only.
        Elementary; intermediate or advanced. Sometimes the same material maybe useful for the students at different levels. For example : upper intermediate or advance students will find the listening through video quite easy to understand ant they will complete the listening stage of the lesson very quickly. During the discussion stage the students will communicate at more sophisticated level then intermediate students. But like them will enjoy calling on their linguistic resources to agree or disagree with each other, to interrupt, to express doubt, to ask another students to express  himself more clearly.

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