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Facilitating Speaking-2014

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Transcript of Facilitating Speaking-2014

Facilitating Speaking through Communication Strategies
JoAnn Miller
joannmillerj@gmail.com
Reading--strategies/subskills
main idea, skimming, scanning, vocabulary in contect

Writing--paragraph writing
topic sentence, supporting ideas, conclusion

Listening--?????

Speaking---????
We give them topics, try to help them organize, but do we help them speak?

Or do we just stand aside and hope they can do it instinctively?
...and Today!!!!
Communication Strategies
Zoltan Dornyei
The Lexical Approach
Michael Lewis
CEF-"Can do"
Functions

Noticing
Awareness
Communication Strategies
Zoltan Dornyei

Message Abandonment
Topic Avoidance
Stalling or Time Gaining
Strategies
Compensatory Strategies
Word Coinage
Literal Translation
Foreignization
Code-Switching
Non-Linguistic
Communication
Approximation
All-Purpose Words
Appeal for Help
Circumlocution
The Lexical Approach
Chunks
A unit of memory organization
bring together a set of already formed chunks
weld them together into a larger unit
"I was blown off my feet when they called me and told me he had kicked the bucket. It was so unexpected."
Types of chunks:
compounds (tree branches, step-by-step, bookshelf) Note: on line, on-line, online
phrasal verbs (get + in, on, off, up, down, over, along, etc.)
idiomas (kick the bucket, blown off my feet)
fixed phrases (by the way, of course, by far, excuse me, you're welcome)
prefabs (it was so unexpected, the thing/fact/truth is that...)
Why teach them?
stored in brain as unanalyzed chunks
give students fluency in all stages of learning, especially at lower levels
related to functions
Functions and the CEF 'can do' statements
Functions
CEF and 'can do'
Noticing / Awareness
Reductive Strategies
Putting it all together...
Can do
Functions
Level
What problems will students face?
Noticing / Awareness
Elicit!!!
Help students notice
Build their awareness
www.efltasks.net
http://prezi.com/user/jabbusch
Examples from openMind 1, Unit 1
Examples from openMind 3, Unit 3
"Amazing Color-changing Whatchamacallit"
History
Examples from openMind 3
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