A study on crafting a functional framework to develop listening activities among L2 English language learners in tertiary level
English language teachers across the world have already been employing effective strategies to evolve good pedagogic practices. Still the needs for developing a new robust learning method that will suit the next-generation learning environments exist. Against this general backdrop, this research study takes listening as the learning domain to explore productive ELT practices that would influence language learning positively .To train and assess the listening comprehension skills of learners, current listening comprehension activities found in various text books, language learning software and self-prepared materials by teacher support Test-based Listening activities format. This research study attempts to help teachers transition to a new framework in creating and using listening activities either to augment or replace the traditionally used formats.