The internet is widely used for language teaching and learning because it is rich in resources, especially audio and video. As part of our exploratory research, we surveyed 222 language teachers of a university in Vietnam regarding how they used the internet resources to teach listening and speaking skills. The results showed that teachers extensively used audiovisual materials from YouTube and news websites such as British Broadcasting Corporation, Voice of America, and Australian Broadcasting Corporation, etc. Those materials were helpful for students to practise listening and speaking skills. Suggestions are also made about how to exploit those resources effectively. Although the results are context-specific, they could be valuable lessons for other teaching staff and research. Keywords: internet resources listening and speaking skills ICT Vietnam
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