CUTM 4012: Methods of Teaching English. Week 4: Speaking – Part 1. Coming In Activity. Think about a conversation you have had in the past few days. What was your purpose for the conversation? What was the other person’s purpose? Who did most of the talking? Who was most active?.
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Week 4: Speaking – Part 1
Think about a conversation you have had in the past few days.
Upon completion of your studies for Week 4, you should be able to:
Class discussion: Why do people communicate?
Task 1: Elements of proficient speaking
Class discussion: Use of speech in a traditional classroom
4.Mini-lecture: Essential relationship between language and active learning
5.Task 2: Active learning techniques
6.Reflection on active learning
Take a few minutes to individually think of an answer to the following question: What did you and your friend have to do to produce fluent speech during that conversation? When answering the question, draw on what you learned in the readings and what you know from personal experience.
After a few minutes, form a pair with someone who is NOT in your Wiki team. Compile your thoughts in writing.
After a few more minutes, form a group of four. Again, compile your thoughts in writing.
Think about a typical lesson in your high school English class.
Meet in your Wiki teams.
Compile a list of active learning techniques that can be used for teaching speaking tasks. Include at least 10 items on the list. The techniques can be ones you have read about, observed, experienced, or used yourselves.
3.Choose one of the techniques, describe it in a few sentences, and identify which elements of speaking can be learned as a result of the technique. Refer to the list of elements of proficient speaking (from earlier in the class) as a guide.
Reflect on these questions. Be prepared to share your reflections with your Wiki team.
Your team’s Wiki should include: