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ORALEXAMINATION
SPOKEN INTERACTION PART II
Reading
10 marks 33%
Oral Examination
Reading
10 marks 33%
Spoken
Interaction 20 marks 67%
Oral Examination
Spoken Interaction is not Idle Chatting.
Objectives
You should express
your opinions with
reasoning.
You aim to:
Maintain an interesting
conversation
Objectives
You should express
your opinions with
reasoning.
You aim to:
Maintain an interesting
conversation
Deliver your ...
Objectives
You should express
your opinions with
reasoning.
You aim to:
Maintain an interesting
conversation
Deliver your ...
Objectives
You should express
your opinions with
reasoning.
You aim to:
Maintain an interesting
conversation
Deliver your ...
Objectives
You should express
your opinions with
reasoning.
You aim to:
Maintain an interesting
conversation
Deliver your ...
How to
Respond
to
Topics
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage
Read an article
from the
newspapers or
listen to a news
report.
Stage Read an article
from the
newspapers or
listen to a news
report.
• Make notes about
it.
Stage
Think about the
issue.
Stage Think about the
issue.
• For example, is
whoever
responsible doing
everything to deal
with this issue?
Stage
Think about the
issue.
• For example, is
whoever
responsible doing
everything to deal
with this issue?
• Take a stan...
Stage
Think about the
issue.
• For example, is
whoever
responsible doing
everything to deal
with this issue?
• Take a stan...
Stage
Share with family
or friends what you
think about the
issue.
Stage
Share with family
or friends what you
think about the
issue.
Listen to their
responses as they
may add on to your
vi...
For many students,
Spoken
Interaction
is the most
dreaded part.
If you are
tongue-tied
whenever you speak, then
practise to build
up your
confidence.
Shyness is not
genetically inherited.
With a positive
attitude and
determination
to practise your teacher’s tips,
you can change your
shyness.
Make the
commitment
and practise bit by
bit each day.
st
Tip for
Practice
1. Practise on your own
using examination questions
provided by your teacher.
st
Tip for
Practice
1. Practise on your own
using examination questions
provided by your teacher.
• Talk for twominutes
wi...
st
Tip for
Practice
1. Practise on your own
using examination questions
provided by your teacher.
• Talk for twominutes
wi...
st
Tip for
Practice
1. Practise on your own
using examination questions
provided by your teacher.
• Talk for twominutes
wi...
nd
Tip for
Practice
2. Practise with your
friends regularly.
nd
Tip for
Practice
2. Practise with your
friends regularly.
•Encourageeach
other to talk or discuss about a
certain topic.
nd
Tip for
Practice
2. Practise with your
friends regularly.
•Encourageeach
other to talk or discuss about a
certain topic...
nd
Tip for
Practice
2. Practise with your
friends regularly.
•Encourageeach
other to talk or discuss about a
certain topic...
rd
Tip for
Practice
3. You need to keep up
with what is happening in the
your country and the world
around you.
rd
Tip for
Practice
3. You need to keep up
with what is happening in the
your country and the world
around you.
• Read wid...
rd
Tip for
Practice
3. You need to keep up
with what is happening in the
your country and the world
around you.
• Read wid...
Expand your
Vocabulary
You must also build up your
vocabulary for talking about
social issues and current
affairs.
As you read, you will
gather more and more
useful words related to
a particular theme eg.
ageing, health, sports,
educatio...
• Look up the
dictionary for
meanings of
unfamiliar words.
• Jot them down in
your vocabulary
notebook.
Visual
Stimulus
Study the visual and think of
the following:
Theme in the visual
Visual
Stimulus
Study the visual and think of
the following:
Theme in the visual
Ideas/ issues related to the
theme in the...
Visual
Stimulus
Study the visual and think of
the following:
Theme in the visual
Ideas/ issues related to the
theme in the...
Visual
Stimulus
Study the visual and think of
the following:
Theme in the visual
Ideas/ issues related to the
theme in the...
Visual
Stimulus
Study the visual and think of
the following:
Theme in the visual
Ideas/ issues related to the
theme in the...
Content Elaboration
MindMap
Who,
What,
Where,
When,
How,
Why
Content Elaboration
MindMap
Who,
What,
Where,
When,
How,
Why
BuildonTopic
Compare/
contrast,
Like/ dislike,
Past/ present/...
Content Elaboration
MindMap
Who,
What,
Where,
When,
How,
Why
BuildonTopic
Compare/
contrast,
Like/ dislike,
Past/ present/...
Should the
government spend
more money on space
exploration?
Practice 1
Did your
family find any
of your toys
annoying?
Practice 1
Did your
family find any
of your toys
annoying?
Was there any
toy you always
wanted but
never had?
Practice 1
Did your
family find any
of your toys
annoying?
Was there any
toy you always
wanted but
never had?
When you
wer...
Practice 2
Do you enjoy
exercising in a
group like the
people in the
picture? Why
or why not?
Practice 2
Do you enjoy
exercising in a
group like the
people in the
picture? Why
or why not?
What
problems
might we face
...
Practice 2
Do you enjoy
exercising in a
group like the
people in the
picture? Why
or why not?
What
problems
might we face
...
Practice 3
How do you feel
about the elderly
taking part in the
activity in the
picture?
Practice 3
How do you feel
about the elderly
taking part in the
activity in the
picture?
What kind of
activities would
app...
Practice 3
How do you feel
about the elderly
taking part in the
activity in the
picture?
What kind of
activities would
app...
Assignment
Craft 3 questions based on the given visual.
Personal Opinion
General
Knowledge
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These slides are used to explain the idea of part 2 of Spoken Interaction of oral examination for O Level English Language Examination in Singapore. Students are introduced to the concept of Spoken Interaction which consists of 20 marks or 67% of the Oral Examination. Students are expected to carry out a conversation based on the given picture after given 10 minutes to practise reading as well as using the picture as stimulus. They are then expected to answer given prompts and provide well-developed responses related to the theme given in the picture.

The video is divided into three sections.
1. Introduction
2. Why conversations break down (02:55)
3. 10 tips from examiners (09:48)
4. Practices (13:30)


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English Language - Spoken Interaction Part 2

  1. 1. ORALEXAMINATION SPOKEN INTERACTION PART II
  2. 2. Reading 10 marks 33% Oral Examination
  3. 3. Reading 10 marks 33% Spoken Interaction 20 marks 67% Oral Examination
  4. 4. Spoken Interaction is not Idle Chatting.
  5. 5. Objectives You should express your opinions with reasoning. You aim to: Maintain an interesting conversation
  6. 6. Objectives You should express your opinions with reasoning. You aim to: Maintain an interesting conversation Deliver your ideas clearly
  7. 7. Objectives You should express your opinions with reasoning. You aim to: Maintain an interesting conversation Deliver your ideas clearly Share personal comment on the given topic
  8. 8. Objectives You should express your opinions with reasoning. You aim to: Maintain an interesting conversation Deliver your ideas clearly Share personal comment on the given topic Suggest potential problems and solutions
  9. 9. Objectives You should express your opinions with reasoning. You aim to: Maintain an interesting conversation Deliver your ideas clearly Share personal comment on the given topic Suggest potential problems and solutions Use correct and appropriate expressions and vocabulary
  10. 10. How to Respond to Topics Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3
  11. 11. Stage Read an article from the newspapers or listen to a news report.
  12. 12. Stage Read an article from the newspapers or listen to a news report. • Make notes about it.
  13. 13. Stage Think about the issue.
  14. 14. Stage Think about the issue. • For example, is whoever responsible doing everything to deal with this issue?
  15. 15. Stage Think about the issue. • For example, is whoever responsible doing everything to deal with this issue? • Take a stand based on what you have read.
  16. 16. Stage Think about the issue. • For example, is whoever responsible doing everything to deal with this issue? • Take a stand based on what you have read. • What facts support your viewpoint?
  17. 17. Stage Share with family or friends what you think about the issue.
  18. 18. Stage Share with family or friends what you think about the issue. Listen to their responses as they may add on to your views or give different viewpoints.
  19. 19. For many students, Spoken Interaction is the most dreaded part.
  20. 20. If you are tongue-tied whenever you speak, then practise to build up your confidence.
  21. 21. Shyness is not genetically inherited.
  22. 22. With a positive attitude and determination to practise your teacher’s tips, you can change your shyness.
  23. 23. Make the commitment and practise bit by bit each day.
  24. 24. st Tip for Practice 1. Practise on your own using examination questions provided by your teacher.
  25. 25. st Tip for Practice 1. Practise on your own using examination questions provided by your teacher. • Talk for twominutes without stopping.
  26. 26. st Tip for Practice 1. Practise on your own using examination questions provided by your teacher. • Talk for twominutes without stopping. • Rope in family members and friends to be your ‘examiners’.
  27. 27. st Tip for Practice 1. Practise on your own using examination questions provided by your teacher. • Talk for twominutes without stopping. • Rope in family members and friends to be your ‘examiners’. • Get them to give constructive feedback.
  28. 28. nd Tip for Practice 2. Practise with your friends regularly.
  29. 29. nd Tip for Practice 2. Practise with your friends regularly. •Encourageeach other to talk or discuss about a certain topic.
  30. 30. nd Tip for Practice 2. Practise with your friends regularly. •Encourageeach other to talk or discuss about a certain topic. •Listento as many goodspeeches as you can.
  31. 31. nd Tip for Practice 2. Practise with your friends regularly. •Encourageeach other to talk or discuss about a certain topic. •Listento as many goodspeeches as you can. •Rememberthem and return to them during revision.
  32. 32. rd Tip for Practice 3. You need to keep up with what is happening in the your country and the world around you.
  33. 33. rd Tip for Practice 3. You need to keep up with what is happening in the your country and the world around you. • Read widelyon local and international issues.
  34. 34. rd Tip for Practice 3. You need to keep up with what is happening in the your country and the world around you. • Read widelyon local and international issues. • Be aware of current affairsand get different views before making or forming your own judgement.
  35. 35. Expand your Vocabulary You must also build up your vocabulary for talking about social issues and current affairs.
  36. 36. As you read, you will gather more and more useful words related to a particular theme eg. ageing, health, sports, education.
  37. 37. • Look up the dictionary for meanings of unfamiliar words. • Jot them down in your vocabulary notebook.
  38. 38. Visual Stimulus Study the visual and think of the following: Theme in the visual
  39. 39. Visual Stimulus Study the visual and think of the following: Theme in the visual Ideas/ issues related to the theme in the visual
  40. 40. Visual Stimulus Study the visual and think of the following: Theme in the visual Ideas/ issues related to the theme in the visual Current news/ trends in Singapore/ other countries
  41. 41. Visual Stimulus Study the visual and think of the following: Theme in the visual Ideas/ issues related to the theme in the visual Current news/ trends in Singapore/ other countries Issues culturally specific in Singapore/ other countries
  42. 42. Visual Stimulus Study the visual and think of the following: Theme in the visual Ideas/ issues related to the theme in the visual Current news/ trends in Singapore/ other countries Issues culturally specific in Singapore/ other countries Personal experiences
  43. 43. Content Elaboration MindMap Who, What, Where, When, How, Why
  44. 44. Content Elaboration MindMap Who, What, Where, When, How, Why BuildonTopic Compare/ contrast, Like/ dislike, Past/ present/ future
  45. 45. Content Elaboration MindMap Who, What, Where, When, How, Why BuildonTopic Compare/ contrast, Like/ dislike, Past/ present/ future InterestingViewpoint Give honest response Support with evidence e.g.
  46. 46. Should the government spend more money on space exploration?
  47. 47. Practice 1 Did your family find any of your toys annoying?
  48. 48. Practice 1 Did your family find any of your toys annoying? Was there any toy you always wanted but never had?
  49. 49. Practice 1 Did your family find any of your toys annoying? Was there any toy you always wanted but never had? When you were younger, did you prefer playing with toys to reading books?
  50. 50. Practice 2 Do you enjoy exercising in a group like the people in the picture? Why or why not?
  51. 51. Practice 2 Do you enjoy exercising in a group like the people in the picture? Why or why not? What problems might we face if we do not have enough exercise?
  52. 52. Practice 2 Do you enjoy exercising in a group like the people in the picture? Why or why not? What problems might we face if we do not have enough exercise? To what extent are we responsible for keeping ourselves fit?
  53. 53. Practice 3 How do you feel about the elderly taking part in the activity in the picture?
  54. 54. Practice 3 How do you feel about the elderly taking part in the activity in the picture? What kind of activities would appeal to the elderly in your community?
  55. 55. Practice 3 How do you feel about the elderly taking part in the activity in the picture? What kind of activities would appeal to the elderly in your community? Some people say, “Life is what you make it to be and should not depend on your age.” Do you agree?
  56. 56. Assignment Craft 3 questions based on the given visual. Personal Opinion General Knowledge
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Link to part 1 of Spoken interaction https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1RbChWPd58 Subscribe to my channel for more upcoming education videos. bit.ly/gohbangrui These slides are used to explain the idea of part 2 of Spoken Interaction of oral examination for O Level English Language Examination in Singapore. Students are introduced to the concept of Spoken Interaction which consists of 20 marks or 67% of the Oral Examination. Students are expected to carry out a conversation based on the given picture after given 10 minutes to practise reading as well as using the picture as stimulus. They are then expected to answer given prompts and provide well-developed responses related to the theme given in the picture. The video is divided into three sections. 1. Introduction 2. Why conversations break down (02:55) 3. 10 tips from examiners (09:48) 4. Practices (13:30) If you have any feedback, please comment and like it if you find it useful. Subscribe to my Youtube channel if you like what you are watching. Thank you

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