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Academic Listening Encounters
Life in Society
by Kim Sanabria
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Unit 1
Chapter 1
Marriage, Family, and the Home
  Chapter 2
The Power of the Group
3 Listening for numerical information Step 2
  18 Listening for specific information Step 2
5 Listening for details Step 2   20 Listening for main ideas Step 2
7 Paraphrasing what you have heard Step 2   21 Listening for specific information Step 2
11 Note taking: Listening for main ideas & supporting details Step 1   26 Note taking: Listening for organizational phrases Step 3
13 Note taking: Organizing your notes in columns Step 2   27 Note taking: Organizing your notes in outline form Step 2
15 Note taking: Organizing your notes in columns Step 2   29 Note taking: Copying a lecturer's diagrams & charts Step 2
Unit 2
Chapter 3
Growing Up Male or Female
  Chapter 4
Gender Issues Today
34 Building background knowledge on the topis Step 2
  51 Listening for specific information Step 3
36 Answering multiple-choice questions Step 2   54 Answering multiple-choice questions Step 2
38 Listening for specific information Step 2   55 Answering truelfalse questions Step 2
43 Note taking: Using symbols and abbreviations Step 3   60 Note taking: Using telegraphic language Step 2
45 Note taking: Using symbols and abbreviations Step 2   62 Note taking: Using telegraphic language Step 2
46 Note taking: Using your notes to write a summary Step 1   63 Note taking: Using telegraphic language Step 2
Unit 3
Chapter 5
Mass Media Today
  Chapter 6
The Influence of the Media
67 Listening for specific information Step 1
  83 Recording numerical information Step 2
69 Answering multiple-choice questions Step 2   85 Listening for specific information Step 1
70 Listening for specific information Step 2   85 Listening for specific information Step 2
76 Note taking: Listening for signal words Step 2   87 Listening for specific information Step 1
77 Note taking: Choosing a format for organizing your notes Step 2   87 Listening for specific information Step 2
80 Note taking: Choosing a format for organizing your notes Step 1   92 Note taking: Organizing your notes as a map Step 2
      93 Note taking: Organizing your notes as a map Step 2
      95 Note taking: Organizing your notes as a map Step 2
Unit 4
Chapter 7
Crime and Criminals
  Chapter 8
Controlling Crime
100 Building background knowledge on the topic: technical terms Step 1
  114 Listening for opinions Step 2
102 Answering truelfalse questions Step 2   117 Listening for specific information Step 2
103 Retelling what you have heard Step 2   118 Listening for main ideas Step 1
108 Note taking: Clarifying your notes Step 2   121 Note taking: Recording numerical information Step 2
109 Note taking: Clarifying your notes Step 1   123 Note taking: Using your notes to ask questions & make comments Step 1
111 Note taking: Using your notes to answer test questions Step 2   124 Note taking: Using your notes to ask questions & make comments Step 1
Unit 5
Chapter 9
Cultural Change
  Chapter 10
Global Issues
129

Recording numerical information Step 2

  142 Personalizing the topic Step 2
131 Listening for opinions Step 2   144 Retelling what you have heard Step 2
132 Answering truelfalse questions Step 2   145 Listening for details Step 2
136 Note taking: Listening for stress and intonation Step 2   151 Note taking: Using handouts to help you take notes Step 1
137 Note taking: Listening for stress and intonation Step 1   152 Note taking: Combining the skills Step 1
138 Note taking: Using your notes to answer test questions Step 2   154 Note taking: Combining the skills Step 1
 
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