Receptive grammar practice using TubeQuizard
In this post I’m sharing with you TubeQuizard, a new free Youtube-based service that makes it possible to (1) find Youtube videos that contain a large number of examples of target grammar and vocabulary and (2) automatically create listening quizzes that allow learners to practice catching this language in authentic speech. It also features a collection of over 80 ready-made Grammar for listeners and Pronunciation for listeners quizzes.
- briefly explain the rationale behind the service and explain why I think listening practice belongs in grammar lessons
- explain how to look for videos using the service and share some tips how to consistently incorporate receptive grammar practice into your course
- share six key questions that I ask myself when deciding if a video that I found through this service will provide good input for my learners.
What are listening decoding skills and what do they have to do with grammar?
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