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Modern Language Spontaneous Speaking 1


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Learn several techniques to help your students begin spontaneous speaking.

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Modern Language Spontaneous Speaking 1

  1. 1. Woodleywonderworks Language Spontaneous Speaking -1Harry Grover Tuttle, Ed.D.
  2. 2. NotGrammar drillsVocabulary drillsMemorized conversationsPreparation time to speak Phil and Pam
  3. 3. SpontaneousSpur of the momentImpromptuFree - flowingNo preparationLike a real conversation Zappowbang
  4. 4. Add more information to the present sentence/question.Students add another phrase of information such as Time Location With whom Where With what What Why Alex e proimos
  5. 5. Use a different verb in each sentence/ questionAdds variety and depth. Nina Matthews Photography
  6. 6. Agree/ disagreeHave words to Agree with a positive statement Agree with a negative statement Disagree with a positive or negative statementjordigraells
  7. 7. Add spontaneous speaking topresent activitiesExample: Find Someone WhoA. After a “Yes” answer, the answeringstudent gives more information.“Do you watch TV?” “Yes, I watch TV. I watch Bones.” renaissancechambara If a “No” answer, then the student comesup with a true variation.For example, the student may say,“No, I do not cook. My father cooks.”
  8. 8. Sample:Http://
  9. 9. Has chapters for 15 language functions such as socializing, asking questions, and persuading. Has, for each language function, 10 different strategies to help the students improve. Has a procedure for assessing all students, regardless of the size of the class, in three minutes. Help your students improve in the foreign language speaking!Eye on Education
  10. 10. Harry Grover Tuttle, Ed. D.Instructor, author, consultantharry.g.tuttle@gmail.comblog