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SPOKEN PRODUCTION -- Activities, strategies, and opportunities to consider

 

Somehow, all the major festivals are trying to convince me of something, something they want from me. Festivals are against or in favor of something. But itís much cooler when people go to forest for a week just to drink, have fun and offer honors to Beaver. Some persons even come to us at night and in the morning drove to work - this is the limit resistance. That is the real festival. There were about sixty people in 2012 on our fest. It was cool.

That is, in general, and all I wanted to tell about the festival, we are developing and sincerely hope to develop into something worthwhile, to attract more good and interesting people in our beautiful Kola land.

SPOKEN PRODUCTION -- Activities, strategies, and opportunities to consider

 

4. Spoken production
a. Activities I find effective in class and independently
Presentations read word for word in front of a group
Presentations recorded in the language learning center / media center
Listening to and redoing presentations that I recorded earlier
Practicing presentations at home before I give them
Preparing 3 x 5 cards so that I do not read word for word
Preparing PowerPoint presentations to accompany my talk.
Planning for a handout or for information on a white board
Planning an outline in advance, tailoring information to an audience
Planning for questions and answers from the audience
Other: _________________
b. Strategies to improve pronunciation
Repeating, imitating, and learning sounds, words, and phrases. (e.g., using podcasts, cassettes, CDs).
Speaking and recording words and sentences and comparing them with the original audio files that I have listened to.
Practicing intonation and pronunciation by listening to language lab recordings for a textbook.
Imitating radio and television voices.
Memorizing short texts and presenting them to a friend who helps me with cues, prompts, and pronunciations.
Using the phonetic alphabet in the dictionary to pronounce new words.
Working with a tutor who serves as a model and provides feedback.
Working with materials in the Media / Language Learning Center.
Other: __________________
c. Oral opportunities to acquire grammar skills
Oral activities through which I effectively acquire grammar skills
Applying grammar rules in textbook exercises.
Applying grammar rules in my independent speaking.
Applying grammar rules in conversations with classmates.
Applying grammar rules in oral presentations.
Looking up unfamiliar grammar structures in oral exercises about readings.
Composing lists of my mistakes and correcting them.
Feedback through the teacher and through peers.
Working in small groups.
Using a CD, DVD, or tapes that require my oral response.
Using special software for personal goals in language learning.
Other: _________________ (Specify)

 



MY REFLECTIONS ON SPOKEN PRODUCTION. To improve my spoken production skills I find the following most effective: (Space is for your to list what you find effective.)

 

5. SPOKEN INTERACTION -- Activities, strategies, and opportunities to consider

 

5. Spoken Interaction / person to person
a. Activities I find effective in class and independently
Using only the target language with classmates during group work
Taking full advantage of exercises allowing use of the target language with instructors and with native speakers in class
Practicing telephone skills in the target language with classmates
Doing homework thoroughly and reviewing grammar to improve accuracy
Seeking answers to questions about how to use new vocabulary and grammar
Going beyond the minimum to learn about cultural or professional areas that will help me interact with native speakers later on
Engaging in activities to improve pronunciation in order to communicate more easily with native speakers
Memorizing phrases that I know I will need to use with others
Other: _________________ (Specify)
b. Strategies for learning vocabulary to use in conversations
Making and using flashcards with both a wordís meaning and a sample phrase or two using new vocabulary.
Using my text and a dictionary to identify vocabulary in areas of personal or professional interest I may discuss with native speakers.
Exploring articles in magazines or internet sites and grouping words by themes.
Checking meanings of words with an instructor or native speaker.
Memorizing synonyms (words with similar meanings) and antonyms (words with opposite meanings).
Grouping words and phrases for common topics, such as sports, politics, music, or any of my fields of interest.
c. Opportunities for improving spoken interaction
Seeking opportunities to test out new vocabulary or simply practice my speaking with native speakers or language experts.
Seeking opportunities to talk with classmates and other speakers, whether or not they are native speakers of the language.
Planning international long-term study or work experiences.
Planning international travel for personal, academic, or professional reasons.
Other: ______________

 

MY REFLECTIONS ON SPOKEN INTERACTION. To improve my spoken interaction skills I find the following most effective: (Space is for your to list what you find effective.)

 

 


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