How to Teach Speaking

How to Teach Speaking

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Learning a language and being able to speak it do not go hand in hand. This book provides both structured activities to get students speaking and ideas for developing confidence in using English outside the classroom. Essentially, this book: * examines the different approaches and activities that can be used for teaching and testing speaking. * covers areas of speech such as articulation, fluency and register. * looks at classroom approaches such as drilling, discussions, drama, dialogues and conversation.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 184 x 244 x 14mm | 322.06g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • LONGMAN
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0582853591
  • 9780582853591
  • 82,162

About Scott Thornbury

Scott Thornbury is from New Zealand originally but he started his teaching career in the UK in 1975. Since then he has lived and worked in both Egypt and Spain, teaching, training teachers, and writing materials. In 1991 Scott did an MA in TEFL at the University of Reading. He has written a number of books about language teaching (including How to Teach Grammar and How to Teach Vocabulary), as well as lots of articles for journals and magazines (such as Modern English Teacher and English Teaching Professional). Scott has also given conference presentations at conferences in six different continents. At present Scott lives in Barcelona.

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Review Text

Written by experienced teachers and teacher trainers, this series offers practical teaching ideas within a clear, theoretical framework. Each title includes a photocopiable 'Task File' of training and reflection activities to reinforce the theories and practical ideas presented. There are also further reading suggestions and an index for ease of reference. This book examines the different approaches and activities that can be used for teaching and testing speaking. It covers areas of speech such as articulation, fluency and register; looks at classroom approaches such as drilling, discussions, drama, dialogues and conversations; and also includes a task file and reading list for further professional development.

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