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Improve the Listening Ability Using E-Learning Methods
The main aim of this paper is to show the possibility of listening training using the methods of e-learning combined with the classical method of teaching. The described technique uses all available electronic media as well as traditional teaching methods. Theory and practice examples are discussed. However, e-learning allows the students to work independently and provide tests at a convenient place and time. The e-learning exercises have been designed to develop skills including memorization, timbre description, and improving hearing sensitivity for changes in sound.
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