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Joe McVeigh presents tips for helping adult level English language learners with speaking skills. Download the handout at www.joemcveigh.org

Joe McVeigh presents tips for helping adult level English language learners with speaking skills. Download the handout at www.joemcveigh.org

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    • Speaking Skills for English Language Learners Joe McVeigh Literacy New York Spring Conference Saratoga Springs, New York April 17, 2010
    • Needs Assessment
    • Who are your students?
    • What do they want to do that they can’t do?
    • What do you need to know to help them?
    • Power Tools
    • Using language to get more language
    • Making recordings
    • Writing things down
    • Listening and pronunciation basics
    • Distinguishing sounds: minimal pairs
    • Word Stress
    • Sentence stress and reduced forms
    • Basic intonation patterns
    • Cultural differences Cultural differences
    • Nonverbal communication
    • Directness and indirectness
    • Language differences and interference
    • Working with speaking
    • Controlled to less controlled activities
    • Repetition and drills
    • Dialogs
    • Information gap activities
    • Free conversation
    • Who is doing most of the talking?
    • Questions
    • Useful resources
    • Photo Credits All photos from flickr used under a Creative Commons license
      • Biking daredevil Martin Terber
      • Men in hardhats USACE Europe District
      • Woman in bedroom with laptop Kenny Corbin
      • Boy with glowing light “The hills are alive” Caroline
      • Ryobi power tools Michel Ngilen
      • Saw blade Paul Hart
      • Audio recorders by “yoppy” & “edvvc”
      • Listening ears Ky Olsen
      • Twin sheep Donald MacLeod
      • Small and large buildings Ibrahim Iugaz
      • Blurred baby on swing Bart Everson
      • Roller coaster Justin Holzworth
    • Photo Credits All photos from flickr used under a Creative Commons license
      • Mother with baby Hamed Saber
      • Peaceful Chinese water village Luo Shaoyang
      • Colored lights patterns “ctd 2005”
      • Surprised girl Paulo Cruz
      • Control key Faramarz Hashemi
      • Red dimpled pattern “fdecomite”
      • Dialog Indi Samarajiva
      • Ice crevasse McKay Savage
      • Women in conversation Procsilas Moscas
      • Baby birds Robert S Donovan
      • Question mark Ethan Lofton
      • Colored thank you “vistamommy”
    • Download the handout and other resources at www.joemcveigh.org