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[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER 1: Today we're going to talk about making predictions before you listen. When you are in a university class, you will commonly encounter new information in the form of lectures. Predicting the content before a professor jumps into the lecture is a good strategy to help you process new information. Here are some questions that you might ask yourself before the lecture starts. Question one, what will the lecture be about? This question refers to the topic or content of the talk. There are three ways that you can determine the topic. First, you can check the course syllabus. This is usually provided on the first day of class. Let's look at an example. In this syllabus, the professor organizes the lectures by date. So you can find your date and see the topic. In addition, at the end of class, professors often announce the topic for the next lecture. Finally, reading assignments will typically introduce the topic for the following lecture. Second question, who is the speaker? In a university you can expect the speaker to be your usual professor or a teaching assistant. But you may consider your professor's area of expertise, as this can influence the topic. Question three, is there a title or visual aids for the lecture? It's likely that your professor will post the slides or notes for a lecture before class. It's a good idea to look through these before the lecture begins. Pay attention to the title of the lecture. Look at any pictures or graphs or charts. What can you predict about the topic from this? Apply these skills as you prepare for your first listening assignment this week.

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