This course will help non-native English speakers improve their listening and note-taking skills for the purpose of listening to academic lectures. You will learn techniques for improving your understanding and skills for taking more effective notes, and you will get lots of practice in using these. If you're planning to attend college classes in English, then this class is for you.
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來自ACADEMIC LISTENING AND NOTE-TAKING的熱門評論
I think this is very helpful for someone not used to learning in English. The content was very articulate and talks about note-taking methods along with assignments that help practice it.
Good course for learning skills in listening and attitude´s speaker and tone. I was expecting to speak but this course wasn t for. Good job team
Thank you! I learned how to take notes efficiently, I will try to use this knowledge during my real lectures
It´s a little repetitive, but the information is good and I was able to develop my academic listening skills.
關於 Learn English: Advanced Academic Speaking and Listening 專項課程
This specialization covers the listening and speaking skills that non-native English-speaking students need to be successful in English-speaking colleges and universities. Native English-speaking students who would like to increase their chances of success in university courses will also benefit as well anyone interested in improving their listening comprehension skills. You will learn how to listen to class lectures and take notes more effectively. You will also improve your speaking skills for common tasks such as class discussions and presentations. In the capstone, you will create a video presentation on an academic topic.