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In all ESL classes “speaking” is a big problem. Even in the upper classes, students may have difficulties. Some example for this is, ( Meral Çileli, 1996; R.M: Serrano-Sanches, 1996). They emphasize as the sky and unparticipant students while speaking. In order to overcome this gap, like in the example of, (Brian Bresnikan and Barbara Stoops, 1996) they tried to introduce talking zones in the class.
“Speaking” as Harris (1977-81) absolves, “is a complex skill requiring the simultaneous use of different abilities which often develop at different rates...”
In other wards it is a hard process even for the graduate students. But at the some time the most important feature of the language.
But the speaking problem according to ( Joyashree Mohanraj, 1994) can be overcame by listening comprehension. Because without any practical knowledge of how to speak as how to pronounce, how to use sounds there can not be a proper investigation of speaking. Eventually first we listen and than speak. More over 45 per cent of our lives is deviated to listening and 30 per cent is to the speaking (Vilga M. R. And Mary S.T. 1977) It is for Dong Xiaohang (1994). The ultimate aim of oral English teaching should be the acquisition of oral communicative competence, i.e. the ability to speak appropriately.”
The purpose of this study is to determine the close relationship between listening and speaking and their interaction to each other, that is how they improve each other
There are some applications for improving the students listening skills and oral (speaking) skills. Some of them are, studying with video (Jiang Hemei, 1997) The radio and tape recorder activities that is authentic communication that puts the student out of the classroom (Suzelina M.S., 1997) creativity both student and teacher. Not only traditional ones but also new techniques should we used (Dennis Wilhoit, 1994) and the identifying the real level of student for the comprehension (Isabel Hingle and Viv Linington, 1997) this study user Jayashree Mohonraj’s article as a guide to see how listening Jayashree Mohonraj’s article as a quite to see how listening comprehension affects the speaking
In the article and its application she is trying to improve not only listening by doing listening. But also she is trying to improve the speaking too. Because in order to understand everyday conversations and talk about them, one has to experience them repeatedly. This is available with radio and TV.
She uses five English news bulletins two weather reports and eight commercial advertisements in addition she uses recordings couple of stories.
OBJECTİVES AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
This study is concerned with developing oral skills with the help of listening activities and the close relationship between the listening and speaking which is exclaimed by Jayashree Mohonraj.
So, the study eventually seeks answers to these questions.
1- Is there any relationship between listening everyday conversations and the improvement of speaking?
2- What is the importance of using “commercial advertisement” in listening comprehension?
3- Is there any importance of giving task sheets before the audiotapes are played?
4- What is the importance of doing the listening comprehension not only in laboratory but in class too?