This section allows students to apply and consolidate their knowledge. Activities include listening comprehension, note taking, many reading passages (usually accompanied by pre-reading and post- reading tasks), open dialogues, interviews, role plays, problem solving activities, crosswords, word puzzles, songs and writing tasks. The listening activities and reading passages in this section present a richer vocabulary than that of the opening dialogue and Communication Practice section. However, exercises related to the readings do not generally require the use of a dictionary and are well within the reach of the students' active abilities. From the outset, the course exposes students to spoken and written language that is a little more complex than the language they arc able to produce. The use of authentic language versus restricted language encourages students to draw upon their native abilities and use inference and deduction to acquire overall meaning rather than leant the language word by word.
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