An Empirical Study on College English Listening-Speaking Multilevel Matching
Qu Jiangli1 and Bai Xiaoge2
1School of Foreign Studies, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, Shaanxi, China
2Library, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, Shaanxi, China
English listening and speaking are two important and even vital skills in social communication. In English teaching field, these two skills are viewed as the most difficult to master among all the five basic skills. To reach the requirements our society demands for college students on language, college English education has been under revolution for many years in order to find an effective way in improving listening and speaking skills. In the study, the author intends to establish a positive correlationship between listening and speaking and furthermore, a more detailed multilevel matching relationship is planned to be established. The purpose of doing so is to find an effective way in English teaching and learning.
Keywords: The Input- Output Hypothesis; correlationship; multilevel matching
Cite this article:
Jiangli, Q. & Xiaoge, B. (2019). An Empirical Study on College English Listening-Speaking Multilevel Matching. International Journal of Arts and Commerce, 8(6), 1-10.