Before you actually start listening you should speculate about the topic. If possible you speak loud: „I think the podcast could be about / deals with the question / presents arguments for and against …“
Schlagwort: Listening Seite 1 von 2
Go to this site, browse through the list of topics and choose/listen to a podcast that you are interested in. As usual prepare a short talk.
Watch the following video. Write down all the blue words/phrases that are explained at the bottom of the screen during the story, together with their German translations (if necessary look them up at PONS) and LEARN them. Bring your list to class. As usual prepare a short talk.
Go to this website and choose / listen to an episode that you are interested in. Note that this is just the first page, you’ll find many more episodes on the following pages.
As usual take notes and prepare a short talk about your episode.
Hörverstehensübungen eignen sich oft gut für (begründetes) Spekulieren und intelligent guessing.
Go to the TED Radio Hour website and browse through the „past shows“. Choose one that you are interested in and listen to about the first 15 minutes – yes, you may listen to the rest of the programme 😉
As usual prepare a short talk.
Go to this website or – for older programmes – to this one. Choose a topic that you are interested in and listen to the podcast WITHOUT looking at the transcript.
Wenn man Umfragen glauben darf, geben immer mehr weibliche Teenager als Berufsziel „Model“ an. Da kann es nicht schaden das Thema mal aus einer kritischen Perspektive zu betrachten und ggf. auch noch gleich Hörverstehen zu üben:
… is the world’s premier debating forum, providing a unique platform for the leading figures in politics, journalism, and the media to contest the most important issues of the day. As well as its quick debates.
Über 200 Debatten zu allen nur erdenklichen Themen.
… bietet schöne Podcasts z.B. zu Poetry und Shakespeare.