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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • SPEAKING SKILL
  • 3. SPEAKING SITUATIONS
    • Interactive
    • Partially interactive
    • Non- interactive
  • 4. GOAL FOR TEACHING SPEAKING
  • 5. MICRO SKILLS
    • Pronunciation
    • Intonation
    • Grammar
    • Syntax
    • Formal & informal speech
  • 6. DEVELOPING SKILLS
    • Questions & answers
    • Authentic communication
  • 7. LISTENING SKILL
  • 8. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO REALLY LISTEN?
    • Real listening is an active process that has three basic steps.
    • Hearing.
    • Understanding.
    • Judging.
  • 9. STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING LISTENING SKILLS
    • Listening strategies are techniques or activities that contribute directly to the comprehension and recall of listening input. Listening strategies can be classified by how the listener processes the input.
    • Identification.
    • Orientation.
    • Main idea comprehension.
    • Detail comprehension.
    • Replication.
  • 10. ACTIVE LISTENING
    • Hear what people are really saying
    • We listen to obtain information.
    • We listen to understand.
    • We listen for enjoyment.
    • We listen to learn.
  • 11.
    • Becoming an Active Listener
    • There are five key elements of active listening. They all help you ensure that you hear the other person, and that the other person knows you are hearing what they say.
    • Pay attention.
    • Show that you are listening
    • Provide feedback
    • Defer judgment
    • Respond Appropriately.
  • 12.
    • READING SKILL
  • 13. DEFINITION
    • Reading skills are specific abilities which enable a reader
    • To read the written form as meaningful language
    • To read anything written with independence, comprehension and fluency, and
    • To mentally interact with the message
  • 14. WHY IS THE READING SKILL IMPORTANT FOR US?
  • 15. MICRO-SKILLS
  • 16. RECOMENDATIONS
    • Choose interesting topics
    • Use illustrations
    • Move around the class providing support if pupils need it
    • Take into account the punctuation
  • 17. Writing Skill
  • 18. The English Alphabet
    • In this lesson we look at:
    • Letters of the English Alphabet
    • Small Letters and Large Letters (Capitals)
    • Alphabetical Order
    • Font Styles
  • 19. FONT STYLES
  • 20. English Spelling Rules
  • 21. Punctuation