Sound effects are often heard in movies and TV shows . The sound of footsteps or breaking glass can heighten the drama and enhance the experience we have watching the events on-screen. However, teaching with sound effects can also be used to stimulate thought and discussion amongst students in ESL/EFL classes. Instead of using dialogues or monologues, teachers can construct a listening lesson around sounds. In this article, I will talk about using sound effects in the ESL/EFL classroom.
The most well-known ESL/EFL activity that involves sound effects is the . . .
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