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Shadowing English suprasegmentals for developing EFL learners' listening comprehension and speech intelligibility

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posted on 04.02.2021, 21:33 by Ayman Elesery

The study reports on a group of EFL learners studying listening and speaking intensive course at Qassim University, KSA. The study reports on engaging the sample of the study in awareness-raising and practicing suprasegmentals of the English language. For achieving the objectives of the study and raising the participants’ self-perceptions and efficacy in listening comprehension, and speech intelligibility a shadowing technique was implemented. The shadowing cycle is a comprehensive one built upon cognitive and technical norms. Results of the study showed a systematic pattern of participants and endorsement for native speakers, improvement in their perceptions of suprasegmentals, and listening comprehension as well. Furthermore, results revealed the participants’ familiarity with suprasegmentals and their ability to implement them in their oracy.

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EFL

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elesery_ayman@yahoo.com

Lead author country

Saudi Arabia

Lead author job role

Higher Education Faculty 4-yr College

Lead author institution

Qassim University

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