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Here Below you can check out the feedback (for one of our units) of one of the 16.000 students that last year took an online course with ITTT!

In this unit, I learned about the receptive skills reading and listening. I learned about the different specialty skills needed for reading and listening, the problems with reading and writing, and how to form a lesson plan around receptive skills. As a teacher, I would try to teach the students how to develop their listening skills rather than leaving it to them to develop it on their own because when I started learning my second language I struggled with my listening skills. When I started learning Korean in college, the hardest skill to develop was my listening skill and it was very frustrating. It all just sounded like noise rather than words. As stated in the reading, listening is harder than reading because it is continuous and there is little time for deduction. By the time I was in my second year, I thought I would never be able to hear words and sentences in Korean, but after I studied abroad in Seoul for a summer it all started to click. I felt that since it had a real-life application and I had to use it constantly, although, in short spurts, I was able to develop my listening skills greatly since it important for daily life. For my future students, I would try to make the listening material be somewhat authentic while still being at the students’ level. For example, very useful language to learn would be introducing yourself, ordering food, asking for directions, etc. because when you go to the country where the language is spoken these are very useful language points. I would focus on these language points because listening and speaking become easier when it actually matters. Furthermore, I feel that the students will be motivated to learn and improve with listening skills if I can convey the importance of the language points with my own and the students' past experiences.