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STRATEGIES IN TEACHING SPEAKING
Transcript of STRATEGIES IN TEACHING SPEAKING
Candelaria, Jacine M.
Tacujan, Suzie B.
Tamayo, Francesca A. is any artificial language that can be used to express information or knowledge or systems in a structure that is defined by a consistent set of rules. The rules are used for interpretation of the meaning of components in the structure.
Contents 1. Modeling the language. let the students practice speaking orally in front of the class or audience. Encourage read-alouds Providing the student's an obvious activities that requires meaningful learning experience. 2. Giving explicit activities allow students to self-express using their target language. They can be involved in story completion, story telling, brainstorming, picture clues and the like. Make students re-tell stories using own words The students must be able to dramatize any story they choose to perform. They will experience having a vital role that they should enact in front of the class or any respective audience. Let students perform reader's theatre a form of authentic assessment which will stress more on the structure of the language including grammar, sounds, syllables, and most importantly, SPELLING OF WORDS. Having a Spelling Bee allotting them sufficient time to display confidence and ensure fluency by means of various oral-speaking activities such as graded recitations, declamation, oration, etc. Teach oral-speaking and reading ~deals with the student's and teacher's SHOWMANSHIP: the ability to project their statements in an artistic manner making the audience enjoy what they see and hear. Encourage the use of gestures and facial expressions in public speaking