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Learn To Speak Or Speak To Learn
Learn To Speak Or Speak To Learn
Learn To Speak Or Speak To Learn
Learn To Speak Or Speak To Learn
Learn To Speak Or Speak To Learn
Learn To Speak Or Speak To Learn
Learn To Speak Or Speak To Learn
Learn To Speak Or Speak To Learn
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Learn To Speak Or Speak To Learn

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a lecture by M. Irun

a lecture by M. Irun

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  • 1. SPEAKING TASKS Learn to speak or speak to learn?? ( a lecture by M.Irun) source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/katemonkey/122489910/
  • 2. what is communication?
    • Speaking and Interacting:
    • IF THERE IS A MESSAGE: (monologue/ dialogue)
      • Speaking 
      • Reading aloud.
      • Interacting
    • IF THERE ISN'T A MESSAGE:
      • weather conversations, lifts conversations, neighbours.
  • 3. What percentage do we assaign to each  task in the classroom? Why?
    • 1. No teaching tradition.
    • 2. No English outside the classroom.
    • 3. No assessment
    • 4. Book activities- ??
    • 4.1.  Short.
    • 4.2.   Same type:pair 
    •          work
    • 4.3.    Isolated
    • 4.5.    not assessed.
  • 4. Things to have in mind...
      • Activities need to have a FINAL PRODUCT.
      • Activities need to be interesting (for the students).
      • Well-planned activity ( didàctic unit).
      • Give a purpose to communicate.
      • Provide learning to learn strategies.
      •   Interacting and production in assessment.
      • Active listening. Show interest ( teacher).
      • Don't interrupt. Don't correct mistakes.
      • Praise them when they speak in English. 
      • Don't translate. Find easy structures. 
  • 5.   TEXTUAL TYPES
    • DESCRIPTIVE:
      • novel, story, tale
      • travel book, brochure
    • INFORMATIVE:
      • newspaper, radio programme
      • websites
    • PERSUASIVE:
      • adverts, letters, spots
    • INTRUCTIVE:
      • recipes, machinery, directions.
  • 6.   TYPES OF ORAL TAKS
    • INFORMATIVE: 
    • DESCRIPTIVE:
    • descriptions, comparisons, explanations, 
    • ASSESSMENT:
    • explanations, justifications, predictions, decisions.
    • INTERACTIVE:
    • Facilities: shopping, resturants, hotels, etc..
    • Social: parties, trips, gatherings
  • 7. Oral tasks must have...
    • * a PURPOSE to communicate
    • * obstacles... ( to learn, to overcome difficult situations)
    • * time to discriminate sounds (voice/voiceless)
    • * time to remember the word and
    • * time to build up  the sentences...
    • Students need to  master these processes:
    • 1.  What they think ( conceptualize)
    • 2.  How  to say ( formulate)
    • 3.  Say it ( articulate sounds and build up sentences)
    • When they are able to master these processes they start to become FLUENT SPEAKERS.
  • 8. ORALS TASKS MUST BE...
      • Real.. must have a purpose.
      • Simple
      • Interesting.
      • Inclusive ( all students)
      • in LE.
      • motivating.
      • real communication, don't read.
  • 9. Estaire and Zamon's framework (1994)
      •   Set the topic or subject matter.
      •   Plan the final product.
      •   Set the unit objectives.
      •   Plan the contents of the unit.
      •   Plan the whole process to achieve the final product.
      •   Plan the assessment from the very beginning.

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