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  • 1. SPEAKING
    WILSON BURGOS AROCA
    MARTHA LILIANA CARRILLO ARIAS
    Candidates to Master’s Degree
    on English Didactics
    Surcolombiana and Caldas Universities Agreement
    Neiva, November 2009
  • 2.
  • 3. THEORY
    According to Bailey and Savage, 1994.
    Speaking in a second or foreign language has often been viewed as the most demanding of the four skills.
    Canale and Swain (1980) proposed that the teaching of speaking must aim at the development of the communicative competence.
    Oral skill classes at all levels are often structured around functional uses of language.
  • 4.
  • 5. PROBLEMS
  • 6. STRATEGIES
  • 7. STRATEGIES
  • 8.
  • 9. ACTIVITIES
  • 10. ACTIVITIES
  • 11. Useful websites for Speaking
    www.eslgo.com
    This webpage includes speaking activities such as role-plays, “Find someone who...” speaking activities, information gap activities, examination rubrics for ESL oral tests, and discussion questions.
     
    http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk
    This British Council and BBC webpage has a varied set of activities for speaking. Once you type it, go to try and then to activity and finally to speaking.
     
    http://www.esldiscussions.com
    This webpage provides several speaking activities for your students to discuss. Topics such as abortion, AIDS, immigration among others are available. You type the webpage and the discussion topics are alphabetically ordered.
     
    http://www.spokenskills.com
    This webpage provides English teachers with a variety of speaking activities for oral communication such as English for specific purposes, everyday English, consonant sounds, vowel sounds, business English, dialogues, arts, sports, entertainment, current events among other areas.
  • 12. Bibliography
    Kenworthy, J (1987). Teaching English Pronunciation.
    Brown, G and Yule, G. (1983). Teaching the spoken language. Cambridge University Press.
    Lazaraton, A. (2001). Teaching Oral skills.
    Bailey, K.M. and Savage, Eds. (1994). New Ways in Teaching Speaking. Alexandria, VA:TESOL.
    Murphy, J.M. (1991). Oral Communication in TESOL. Integrating Speaking, Listening and Pronunciations TESOL Quarterly 25 (D1): 51-75.
    Riggenbach, H. (1999). Discourse Analysis in the Language Classroom. Volume 1. The Spoken Language. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
    Underhill, N. (1987). Testing Spoken Language. A Handbook of Oral Testing Techniques. Cambridge University Press.