Woodleywonderworks http://www.flickr.com/photos/73645804@N00/2484477717/Modern Language Spontaneous Speaking -1Harry Grove...
NotGrammar drillsVocabulary drillsMemorized conversationsPreparation time to speak                            Phil and Pam...
SpontaneousSpur of the momentImpromptuFree - flowingNo preparationLike a real conversation                           Zappo...
Add more information to the present sentence/question.Students add another phrase of information such as  Time  Location  ...
Use a different verb in each sentence/ questionAdds variety and depth.                             Nina Matthews Photograp...
Agree/ disagreeHave words to  Agree with a positive statement  Agree with a negative statement  Disagree with a positive o...
Add spontaneous speaking topresent activitiesExample: Find Someone WhoA. After a “Yes” answer, the answeringstudent gives ...
Sample:Http://bit.ly/tpthtuttle
Has chapters for 15 language                       functions such as socializing,                       asking questions, ...
Harry Grover Tuttle, Ed. D.Instructor, author, consultantharry.g.tuttle@gmail.comblog http://bit.ly/hgtblogTwitter http://...
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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 http://www.flickr.com/photos/73645804@N00/2484477717/Modern Language Spontaneous Speaking -1Harry Grover Tuttle, Ed.D.
  2. 2. NotGrammar drillsVocabulary drillsMemorized conversationsPreparation time to speak Phil and Pam http://www.flickr.com/photos/33987777@N00/2159441291/
  3. 3. SpontaneousSpur of the momentImpromptuFree - flowingNo preparationLike a real conversation Zappowbang http://www.flickr.com/photos/72794895@N00/401649098/
  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 http://www.flickr.com/photos/34120957@N04/5072943183/
  5. 5. Use a different verb in each sentence/ questionAdds variety and depth. Nina Matthews Photography http://www.flickr.com/photos/21560098@N06/4833913089/
  6. 6. Agree/ disagreeHave words to Agree with a positive statement Agree with a negative statement Disagree with a positive or negative statementjordigraells http://www.flickr.com/photos/11581801@N00/475843606/
  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 http://www.flickr.com/photos/39435232@N00/4604071067/B. 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://bit.ly/tpthtuttle
  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 Educationhttp://bit.ly/Tutbks
  10. 10. Harry Grover Tuttle, Ed. D.Instructor, author, consultantharry.g.tuttle@gmail.comblog http://bit.ly/hgtblogTwitter http://bit.ly/hgttweetbooks http://bit.ly/Tutbksspeaking http://bit.ly/tpthtuttlevid http://bit.ly/mlspeaking

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