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Study on the Effect of Stress and Rhetorical Structure on College English Discourse Listening

Dan Shen, Guojun Lu

Abstract


From the perspective of  “Schema theory” and “Rhetorical structure theory”, the essay was discussed the effects of stress and rhetorical structure on English discourse listening. Through the means of action research,  the authors briefly analyzed the process of teaching intervention and demonstrated the hypotheses with the research data.


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Stress;Rhetorical Structure;English discourse

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v3i4.1550

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