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Building Fluency in Listening and Speaking
with Technology in a Flipped Classroom


Christine Bauer-Ramazani

Saint Michael's College

Colchester, Vermont, USA 


Wednesday, April 1, 2:15 - 3:15 pm MDT, PC 4

Electronic Village, Colorado Convention Center, Room 



According to Nation and Macalister’s (2010) Four-Strands Model, in order to maximize student learning, a well-balanced curriculum should center around four equal parts: meaning-focused input, meaning-focused output, language-focused learning, and fluency development. This presentation will show how technology can be used to build fluency in listening and speaking. Through a flipped classroom model with extensive listening assignments, the presenter builds students’ note-taking skills on authentic sources without transcripts or captions (Hubbard, 2017), followed by paired, in-class timed oral reports. Participants will learn about the resources used and the procedure that has resulted in improved listening and speaking skills.  


Time  Topics 

2:15 - 2:17 pm


3:02 - 3:10 pm


3:10 - 3:13 pm


3:13 - 3:17 pm


3:17 - 3:20 pm


3:20 - 3:25 pm 

2:40 - 2:45 pm


The Four-Strands Model










Questions and Answers


2:45 - 3:15 pm Repetition of the above






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