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IELTS SPEAKING 04/05/12Module: MA ELT (Materials Development)Presented by: Leo (Liu Xianhui)
-principles According Richards, J (2010 Page.207-211)• One of the significant differences between spoken and written discourse is the fact that speaking doesn’t automatically split itself up into neat sentences.• The first aim of materials to teach speaking skill based on the raise awareness of this feature of speech.• The second aim of materials to teach speaking skill is to help the learners understand that effective speaking skill based on a collaboration between language users
-principles materials to teach the skill of speaking therefore, need tofind a balance between several competing demands whichinclude:individual speakers’ affective needs in private andunpredictable discourse contextsInformal day-to-day encountersPublic or formal uses of spoken discourse such aspresentation etc.(Levelt, 1993)
-principlescommunication should be seen as a process than products( Nunan, 1989)Subjective needs and Objective needs ( Brindley, 1989)• Subjective needs: speaking proficiency, language awareness etc.• Objective needs: emotion of speaking, interests of speaking.
-Context• - foundation-students• In purpose of going abroad• Age around 20• Vary level of English• Different education background
-What’s in IELTS speaking?• S1 Candidates answer general ( IELTS 6 Cambridge Books, 2007) questions1 family/ home2 studies/ job S3 Discussion between examiner and candidates3 interests ( similar questions and a widerange of similar familiar topic area) Features: with more abstract issues which theoretically link to S2S2 Candidates is asked to talk a particulartopic eg. Describe your home town/ your favourite library/your special experiences. ( 1mins prepare, 1-2minstalking with questions afterwards.)
For IELTS speaking test part 1 teaching lesson e.g.Exam focus> Speaking part 1: Introduction and interview.Skill> Answering questions about yourself, extending yourresponses1 IntroductionA Look at the picture of two people meet for the first time. Whatquestions do you think they are talk to each other? Make a list of normalquestions people talk about when they meet. 2 practise aim: building speaking awareness Before the listening think about the questions 1: what is the topic are they talking about? 2: try to imagine if you are one of them what are you going to say to the other one? 3: focus on the sentence structure try your best write down the sentence you can remember. Listen to the radio between two students’ first meeting. IELTS Speaking Part 1.mp3
Speaking part 1With your answers to the questions, and the basic sentencestructure in your mind, introduce yourself to yourclassmates by following the structure such as: Hello everyone my name I am from XXX is XXX My interest is XXX Extra information you would like to talkTry to take some useful notes from your partner, thinkabout what they said1 is there any spoken mistakes they made?2 are there any difficulties when they try to speak to you?3 do you think they give enough information that you like?
IELT part 2 materials e.g.Individual long turn. (For this task: candidates will be given a topic card andpaper for you to make notes before speak.)In pairs, practise the interview for two minutes.Student A: you are the candidate. For one minute, look at the topic card below and makesome notes to help you. Then use your notes to speak one or two minutes.Student B: you are the examiner. Give student B to look at the card below and make notes.Then listen to students A carefully by judging whether student A have followed the advice forthis task. Describe the jobs that you would most like to do in the future You should say: What the job is What skills and qualifications you would need to get the job If you think you will ever do this job And explain what appeals to you about this kind of job
IELTS Part 3 materials e.g. When you meet the topic “do you have any comments on greenhouse?” Since you get the topic, one thing you need to confirm is what is “greenhouse?” the reason how to slove the why greenhous problems e appear? in what way?Now, work with your partners,choose the topics below, talkingin the way like the example how far do any widerabove. you know issues to greenhous refer to ?A:Industrial pollution e? what isB:traffic problems your originalC: technique evaluation opinion on greenhous e? The chart shows the way how you build your idea relevant. In your daily life try to think the way like that especially when you talking with someone on academic questions.
Online-IELTS• http://www.wix.com/leolovegir/leo-materials#!online-shopIndependent learning depends on students’ learningmotivation and learning strategy. ( Mayer et al, 2005)
References• Richards,J (2010) English Language Teaching Materials Theory and Practice Cromwell Press.• Bygate, M. (1987) Speaking. Oxford: Oxford University Press.• Brindley, M.P. and Cadlin, C.N. (1987) “ Which MATERIALS?: aconsumer’s and designer’s guide”, in L.E.Sheldon (ed)• Nunan, D. (1989) Syllabus Design. Oxford: Oxford University Press• Tomlinson, B (2003) Developing Materials For Language Teaching Cromwell Press• Levert, W. J.M. (1993). Speaking: From intention to articulation. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press• Mayer, R (2005) Multimedia Learning in second Language Acquisition Cambridge University Press