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TEACHING SPEAKING METHOD
Transcript of TEACHING SPEAKING METHOD
The goal of teaching speaking skills is communicative efficiency.
THE ROLE OF SPEAKING IN LANGUAGE LEARNING
Learners should be able to make themselves understood, using their current proficiency to the fullest
It can be stimulated if you give your students
the opportunity to talk
to each other about What is important to them.
It means being
able to keep the language coming
To help students develop communicative efficiency in speaking, instructors can use a balanced activities approach that combines language input, structured output, and communicative output
The teacher combines content-oriented and form-oriented input. The amount of input that is actually provided in the target language depends on students' listening proficiency and also on the situation.
It means to make your
classes interesting and fun.
You have to introduce
interactive speaking activities
with topics that are personal
It requires from your students a
willingness to share a little of themselves.
Interaction gives the students the
opportunity to think about the values.
Fluency implies two things:
It is important that you should
encourage the risk takers
Teachers stimulate them
to speak and express for themselves in English.
The Natural Approach and Total Physical Renponse emphasize
to reduce learner's anxiety.
The activities to put in pratice are: stotytelling, role play and drama
DO NOT PRESSURE your students, especially your beginners to speak before they are ready.
They are: Active listening and managing a conversation.
Active listening helps those students who
shy away from speaking.
Managing a conversation focuses on:
Choosing the topic of conversation, paraphrase, gestures.