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CUTM 4012: Methods of Teaching English. Week 5: Speaking – Part 2. Coming In Activity. Imagine or recall a successful speaking activity that you have either organized as a teacher or participated in as a student. What are the characteristics of this activity that made it successful?.

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cutm 4012 methods of teaching english

CUTM 4012: Methods of Teaching English

Week 5: Speaking – Part 2

coming in activity
Coming In Activity

Imagine or recall a successful speaking activity that you have either organized as a teacher or participated in as a student. What are the characteristics of this activity that made it successful?

objectives
Objectives

Upon completion of your studies for Week 5, you should be able to:

  • Describe the characteristics of a successful speaking task.
  • Show awareness of the challenges that teachers face regarding the teaching of speaking tasks.
  • Name strategies that the teacher can use in meeting challenges.
  • Distinguish between fluency and accuracy.
  • Identify speaking tasks within the MOE English Education Syllabus and English textbooks.
  • Plan a speaking task that matches an MOE attainment target and requires students to use higher order thinking skills.
  • Show awareness of the role that reflection plays in active learning.
overview of today s class
Overview of Today’s Class

Task 1: Challenges of teaching speaking

Class discussion and mini-lecture

a. Strategies for teaching speaking

b. Providing feedback during oral work

4. Task 2: Planning a speaking task

5. Reflection on higher order thinking

task 1 challenges of teaching speaking
Task 1: Challenges of Teaching Speaking
  • As best as you can, formulate a solution to the challenge on the paper you have received.
  • Get out of your chair and mingle around the classroom, exchanging ideas with other trainees (not the person with whom you have been paired) about how to solve your given challenge. Take notes on what they say, and help others with their challenge.
  • Reconvene with your original partner and exchange papers, so that the paper with your name and challenge are returned to you. Read the solutions offered to your challenge and ask clarifying questions of your partner.
task 2 planning a speaking task
Task 2: Planning a Speaking Task

Follow the directions on the HANDOUT:

Planning a Speaking Task.

end of class reflection
End-of-Class Reflection

Reflect on these questions. Be prepared to share your reflections with your Wiki team.

  • What higher order thinking skills have you used during today’s class?
  • How did you use them?
wiki assignment
Wiki Assignment

Your team’s Wiki should include:

  • Characteristics of a successful speaking activity
  • Detailed notes about the challenge each Wiki team member posed
  • Notes from the class discussion about challenges and solutions
  • Reflections