ENERGIZING EFL STUDENTS WITH EXTENSIVE LISTENING TO PROMOTE STUDENTS’ PROFICIENCY IN LISTENING: A Theoretical framework Perspective

Yulis Setyowati

Abstract


This articledescribes on how  ‘extensive listening  used to energize students in listening class. Extensive listening is more to be approach and  as a learning strategy to develop university students’ proficiency in listening class of English department.This article discuss in what ways extensive listening works well in the class. It also explains the benefit of extensive listening and principle the teacher should take in carrying the strategy in class.

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