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Speaking Activities for The Classroom

Discussion in 'English for Skills' started by thinganbui, May 14, 2017.

  1. thinganbui

    thinganbui Guest

    Since this is a speaking class the teacher should begin by telling his students something about him or herself, for example, the teacher’s name, his/her place of birth, qualifications and experience, what he/she as teacher expects students to do and to get from the class, followed by some guidelines on how student performance will be evaluated. Often, classes may begin with everyone standing up and introducing him/herself. This is a bit abrupt, however, and the activity below works better: Getting to Know You Interview Start with an activity to introduce the people in the class to each other as a warm-up task. Put the students in pairs, in two rows of chairs opposite one another, and have them interview each other in English, taking-down notes, following the guideline below. When the interviewing is finished, each student stands up and introduces his/her partner to the class in no more than two to three minutes. When the first pair have finished, go to the next pair and so on.
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