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International Listening Association
 
 

Listening Education

Bibliography (Under construction)

2013, Vol 5, Issue 1

1) the Champagne Game--Method for classroom

2) Metacognitive Listening
3) Gibson and Briggs Article

4) Review of the Universal Sense

2012, Vol 4, Issue 1
1) teaching listening against the NCA standards on speaking, listening and media literacy
2) embodied listening and engaging listening as experience
3) a review highlighting a new textbook on listening. 

2011, Vol 3, Issue 2
Arnold, C. L. & Coran, J. J. (2011). Are you listening healthcare providers? Listening Education 3(2). Research paper.
Cohen, S. D. & Wolvin, A. D. (2011). Listening to stories: An initial assessment of student listening characteristics.
Listening Education 3(2). Research paper.
Redpath, T. (2011). Peers and pragmatics: Listening to ESL students in a mainstream Australian School.
Listening Education 3(2). Research paper.
Janusik, L., & Keaton, S. A. (2011).  Listening metacognitions: Another key to teaching listening?
Listening Education 3(2). Research paper.

2011, Vol 3, Issue 1
Valencia, F. E. M. (2011). The influence of PowerPoint on listening activities on beginning Spanish students.
Listening Education 3(1). Research paper.
Keaton, S. A. (2011).  Using lyrics to demonstrate the role of message creation and interpretation in the listening process. Listening Education, 3(1).
Teaching listening: Methods for the classroom.
Imhof, M. (2011). Rule #1: Stop talking: A guide to listening.
Listening Education, 3(1). Review of teaching material.

2010, Vol 2, Issue 2
Davis, J. (2010). Occupational and physical therapy students‘ conceptualizations of listening and learning to detect non-verbal emotional States. Listening Education, 2(2). Research paper.
Penington, B. A. (2010). How Mickey Mouse and Winnie-the-Pooh encourage “big kids” to hone their critical listening skill.
Listening Education, 2(2). Teaching listening: Methods for the classroom.
Diamond, L. E. (2010). Listening skill assessment sets from Rule #1: Stop talking: A guide to listening.
Listening Education, 2(2). Teaching listening: Methods for the classroom.
Ehrlich, A. (2010) One in five teens have a hearing loss, so what?
Listening Education, 2(2). Teaching listening: Note.

2010, Vol 2, Issue 1
Renaud, D. K. (2010). Teacher immediacy in the college classroom setting.
Listening Education, 2(1). Research paper.
Grau, C. & Grau J. (2010). Understanding the role of self-talk in listening.
Listening Education, 2(1). Teaching listening: Methods for the classroom.
McCullough, J. D., Munz, E., & Bodie, G. D. (2010). Teaching students to translate scholarly research into lay vernacular.
Listening Education, 2(1). Teaching listening: Methods for the classroom.

2009, Vol. 1, Issue 2

Imhof, M., Henning, N., & Kreft, S. (2009). Effects of background noise on cognitive performance in elementary school children. Listening Education, 1(2).Research paper.
Bodie, G. D. (2009). Basketball and gorillas: Using visual cognition research to introduce the concepts of limited capacity and attentional focus. Listening Education, 1(2). Teaching listening: Methods for the classroom.

2009, Vol 1, Issue 1
Imhof, M., & Beilke, I. (2009). Listening to voices and judging people. Listening Education, 1(1). Research paper.
Imhof, M. (2009). Teaching critical listening. Listening Education, 1(1). Teaching listening: Methods for the classroom.

Dr. Nanette Johnson-Curiskis
 Executive Director, International Listening Association 
Box 164, Belle Plaine MN 56011 USA
Phone and TEXT: 1.952.594.5697 
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