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How to teach speaking? David Nunan. Karen Poblete Andrea Rodríguez. Which of the four skills ( l-s-r-w) do you find to be the hardest?. Unlike reading or writing, speaking happens in real time. When you speak, you cannot edit and revise what you wish to say, as you can if you are writing.

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how to teach speaking david nunan

How to teach speaking?David Nunan

Karen Poblete

Andrea Rodríguez

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Unlike reading or writing, speaking happens in real time.
  • When you speak, you cannot edit and revise what you wish to say, as you can if you are writing.

(Nunan 2003)

what is speaking
What is speaking?
  • Productive Skill
  • Some differences between written and spoken language
background to teaching speaking
Background to Teaching Speaking
  • Audiolingual
  • Communicative Language Teaching
linguistic elements involved in speaking
Linguistic Elements Involved in Speaking
  • Utterances
  • Clauses and Phrases
  • Morpheme
  • Phonemes
principles
Principles

1) Be aware of the differences between second language and foreign languange learning contexts.

2) Give students practice with both fluency and accuracy.

3) Provide opportunities for students to talk by using work or pair work, and limiting teacher talk.

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4) Plan speaking tasks that involve negotiation for meaning.

5) Design classroom activities that involve guidance and practice in both transactional and interactional speaking.

activities
Activities
  • Information gap
  • Jigsaw activities
  • Role-plays
  • Simulations