A Study on Thematic Progression Patterns in Listening Comprehension Texts and Its Teaching Implication

Jun SHI

Abstract


According to Halliday’s Systemic-Functional Grammar, this article analyzes the features of thematic progression patterns in CET-4 listening comprehension texts. With the basic unit “sentence”, this article discusses the internal logic relations in listening comprehension texts and the information decoding features in the process. Besides, it also provides inspiration for listening teaching in college.


Keywords


Theme; Rheme; Thematic progression patterns; Listening Comprehension text

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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