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Mrs. Rogers' Intermediate Listening Course



Revised Syllabus Update on 6-24-2010



Contact Information in June's Newsletter



At the end of this class, you will be able to: 



  1. Request access to this wiki to become a user/member. 
  2. Create an account with (See activities page).
  3. Bring a notebook and take notes during class.  Bring a folder to collect all of your assignments and tests together in order to prepare for the final exam.
  4. Complete all the listening tasks and homework in a timely manner.
  5. Participate by leaving voice recordings on Voxopop, writing comments on this wiki, and asking questions in class.
  6. Follow the guidelines of Netiquette.



  1. If you're absent, you're expected to visit this wiki (Website) and do the activities for the day.  That includes listening to new audio files and/or completing homework activities.
  2.  If you're absent, you're expected to come see me for activity sheets and/or information for the class work you missed.
  3. The teacher expects you to be on task at all times during class; this means that you should be working on the class activities and not going off task such as using your cell phone or not doing anything.  
  4. If you complete an assignment early, then let the teacher know and ask for independent activities such as listening to the listening tool page


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Sandra Rogers is a doctoral student at the University of South Alabama and works at Spring Hill College.  She has a Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).  She has taught EFL in Guatemala, Brazil, Mozambique, as well as ESL in the United States.  She lives in Daphne, Alabama with her husband.