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  1. LEARNING TO LEARN<br />FEEDBACK ON ORAL MOCK TEST <br />
  2. ARE YOU GOOD DRIVERS?<br />BE HONEST!!<br />WHY??<br />NO, I’M A LOUSY DRIVER<br />I’M JUST AVERAGE<br />YES, I AM<br /><ul><li>HAVE YOU INHERITED AN INNATE ABILITY TO DRIVE FROM YOUR ANCESTORS?
  3. HAVE YOU HAD YOUR DRIVING LICENCE FOR LONG BUT YOU HARDLY EVER DRIVE?
  4. DO YOU DRIVE A LOT AND IN DIVERSE CIRCUMSTANCES (WEATHER CONDITION)S?
  5. DO YOU LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES AND TRY TO AVOID THEM THE NEXT TIME?</li></li></ul><li>ASK YOURSELVES: <br />WHAT WAS MY FEELING RIGHT AFTER THE INTERVIEW?<br />WHY/HOW COULD I HAVE DONE IT BETTER?<br />DOES THE TEACHER’S FEEDBACK CONFIRM THAT FEELING? FOR BETTER OR WORSE?<br />
  6. WITH THAT INFO, AM I FULLY AWARE OF MY PERFORMANCE’S STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES?<br />WHICH ITEM(S) ON THE FOLLOWING LIST WOULD YOU TICK?<br />I SHOULD…<br /><ul><li>ORGANIZE MY PRESENTATION BETTER:
  7. use introduction and conclusion/summary
  8. group similar ideas together
  9. USE MORE/BETTER CONNECTORS
  10. introduce new points/ideas withappropriateexpressions
  11. connect similar ideas
  12. SPEAK AT A FASTER/SLOWER PACE
  13. not pause orhesitate so much
  14. don’tletwords pile oneon top of theother</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>BE MORE ACCURATE IN MY USE OF …
  15. structures/verbforms/tenses/wordforms
  16. vocabulary (eg. Collocations)
  17. IMPROVE MY PRONUNCIATION
  18. pronounceallthesouns of Englishcorrectly
  19. stress wordscorrectly
  20. use therightintonation
  21. pronouncedifficult/unusualwordswell
  22. EXPAND THE RANGE OF STRUCTURES AND VOCABULARY
  23. use basicexpressionswithouthesitation
  24. use more complex/specificstructures/expressions</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>INTERACT BETTER
  25. use enoughexpressionsfor (askingfor) clarification/showing</li></ul>understanding/expressing (dis)agreement/showinginterest,etc<br /><ul><li>avoidkeepingquiet/mumbling/sayingjust yes/interrupting…
  26. COVER ALL THE ASPECTS OF A TOPIC
  27. time myselfwelltospeakfor 3 minutes
  28. notdwellononeaspect and forgetthe</li></ul>others, thenrushtofinish<br />
  29. HOW DO I OVERCOME MY WEAKNESSES?<br />HOW DOES A TENNIS PLAYER BECOME A BETTER PLAYER?<br />TRAIN TRAINTRAIN …REPEAT…PRACTISE…<br />TAKE RISKS….BE CREATIVE……<br />BUY A GOOD RACKET!!<br />REMEMBER: IN JUNE TWO PEOPLE WILL BE ASSESSING YOUR PERFORMANCE SO YOU NEED TO BE CONFIDENT IN ORDER TO DO WELL<br />
  30. WHICH POSITIVE ACTION AM I GOING TO TAKE?<br /><ul><li>TO ORGANIZE MY SPEECH BETTER: </li></ul> MAKE A DRAFT, FOR GOD’S SAKE!! <br /> TEACHERS LOVE IT <br /><ul><li>TOIMPROVE FLUENCY</li></ul> CONCENTRATE ON GETTING YOUR MESSAGE<br /> ACROSS.IMAGINE YOU’RE IN A REAL <br /> COMMUNICATIVE SITUATION,<br /> DON’T GET OBSESSED BY MISTAKES <br />
  31. <ul><li>TO IMPROVE PRONUNCIATION
  32. FOCUS ON THE ISOLATED SOUND WHICH YOU</li></ul> FIND DIFFICULT AND ALSO ON LINKING WORDS.<br /><ul><li> NOTE DOWN PRONUNCTIATION AND REVIEW IT
  33. LISTEN CAREFULLY TO MODELS
  34. TOIMPROVE/ENLARGE STRUCT./VOCAB.
  35. RECORD YOURSELF WITH THE EVIL OBJECT</li></ul> SPEAKING FOR 3 MIN. NON-STOP<br /><ul><li>WHEN THERE’S A GAP (YOU DON’T SAY EXACTLY</li></ul> WHAT YOU MEANT), LOOK UP THE WORD<br /> OR CHECK GRAMMAR OR MAKE A NOTE TO ASK <br /> SOMEONE <br />
  36. MORAL: ALL OF YOU<br /> ARE CAPABLE<br /> OF PASSING THE TEST,<br />AND MORE IMPORTANTLY,<br />OF COMMUNICATING<br />IN A REAL SITUATION.<br />IT’S JUST A MATTER OF <br />MOTIVATION AND HARD WORK<br />

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