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IELTS Speaking Format. Interview, Part One. Let’s talk about your home town or village. What kind of place is it? What’s the most interesting part of your town/village? What kind of jobs do people in your town/village do? Would you say it is a good place to live? [Why?]. Interview, Part Two.

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Interview, Part One

Let’s talk about your home town or village.

What kind of place is it?

What’s the most interesting part of your town/village?

What kind of jobs do people in your town/village do?

Would you say it is a good place to live? [Why?]


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Interview, Part Two

Describe a teacher who has significantly inspired you in your education.

You should say:

where you met them

what subject they taught

what was special about them

Explain why this person inspired you.


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Interview, Part Three

Developments in education

- (describe) changes over the last ten years in your country

- (compare) your experience of education with that of your parents or grandparents

- (speculate) on likely changes in the next fifty years

A national education system

- (describe) your country’s aims for education

- (compare) expectations of today’s school-leavers with previous generations

- (evaluate) advantages/disadvantages of grouping learners by ability

Different styles/methods of teaching and learning

- (describe) teaching styles/methods for different age-groups in your country

- (suggest) your preferred method of learning

- (evaluate) advantages/disadvantages of grouping learners by ability


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Speaking Contexts

IELTS Pt 1:everyday interactionPt 2: extended talk --topic development Pt 3: express ideas, opinions on broad topics

Academic Settings interactive/informational--classes/labs --study groups --office hours semi-formal--academic seminars formal--presentations


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Speaking skills

Fluency/coherence

Lexical Resource

Grammatical Range/Accuracy

Individual presentation to whole class


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Research on Speaking

A. Brown (2006)What features of speech distinguish candidate performance?F/C: total amount of speechL/R: no linear increase in sophisticationGRA: little difference in complexity; increase in accuracy


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Implications for instruction

Fluency: extended talk; topic development

Lexical Resource: terminology may not be as important as idiom

Grammatical range: develop accuracy (but don’t impede fluency)


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Speaking tasks

Presentations to small groups

Seminar discussions

Group presentation to whole class

Individual presentation to whole class


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Caveats

Key academic activities can’t be covered in tests: reflection over time synthesis of different ideas development of language w/in knowledge context

Teaching to the test reduces meaningful discourse


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