Enjoy Your Lessons with Fruitful Speaking Activities
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How teachers can make their lessons effective by different speaking activities and give students a chance for speaking without fear. There are two main reasons for getting students to speak during a lesson. Giving students practice of language items (vocabulary, grammar functions etc.) – a language practice aim, and developing student’s ability to speak fluently and interactively – a speaking fluency aim. In this article it will be presented some great speaking fluency activities which turn to be quite successful for any lesson. The learning outcome is for students to gain confidence in speaking English.
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