A New Way of Practicing Listening: Voscreen

February 2013
AATSEEL Newsletter;Feb2013, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p7
The article gives information on Voscreen, a free website that lets learners hone their listening skills in English. Users access video clips sourced from advertisements, songs or speeches which are suitable to pre-intermediate language learners and higher levels. The site helps users assess their progress via the site's evaluation feature and enjoy learning while utilizing authentic materials.


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