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Open Mind and Mind series: Strategies for teaching speaking
Open Mind and Mind series co-author, teacher and trainer Mickey Rogers has been teaching English for over 20 years; so she knows just how hard it can be to get students speaking English in the classroom rather than their native language during communicative activities. In this second video in the 'Skill up in language and life' video teaching tips series, Mickey provides practical solutions to help students speak with confidence and avoid problems arising from lack of confidence and vocabulary, and the fear of making mistakes.
British Council - Teaching Speaking Techniques (John Kay)
A video from British Council - John Kay talking about Teaching Speaking Techniques
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Speaking strategies – Part 1
Guiar al docente a cargo del área de inglés a elaborar sus sesiones de clase brindado pauta de las buenas prácticas en el aula.
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How to Teach Speaking - Methodology Webinar
Recorded session of a previous webinar
IELTS speaking strategies
IELTS speaking tips and strategies to extend your speaking and also specific tips for part 1, part 2, and part 3 of the IELTS speaking exam. You can see more information on my website: http://www.ieltsanswers.com/speaking-ielts.html I also have a speaking ebook: http://www.ieltsanswers.com/speaking-test-book.html
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Teaching speaking skills / Functional language TESOL Course
Watch a session from the part-time TESOL course at Wits Language School, Johannesburg during which Andrew Drummond demos a lesson focusing on using the PPP methodology to present functional language of interrupting, followed by an analysis of the role of each stage of the lesson. Thanks to Kelly Woodrow for shooting the video. Please also download the powerpoint shown on screen: https://www.dropbox.com/s/01iics5b1flnlxl/Speaking%20skills%20%E2%80%93%20functional%20language.pptx?dl=0
Views: 32258 Andrew Drummond
IELTS Speaking: Part 2 Strategy and Example (Band 7 - 9)
You can get this course with a 60% off discount by clicking the following link: https://www.udemy.com/mastering-ielts-speaking-the-express-course/?couponCode=SPEAK-TUBE. Fully downloadable lectures. 10% off Writing Corrections. Full refund within 30 days if not happy, no questions asked. Guaranteed. Need help in IELTS Writing? Check out my bestselling courses with discounts of up to 80% off: Mastering IELTS Writing Task 2: https://www.udemy.com/mastering-ielts-writing-task-2/?couponCode=TUBE20 Mastering IELTS Writing Task 1: https://www.udemy.com/mastering-ielts-writing-task-1-academic/?couponCode=TUBE20-1
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1- Teaching Speaking (Introduction)
1- Teaching Speaking (Introduction) In this course, Ms Hend El-Khayyal will be talking about the different strategies and principles to use and consider while teaching speaking in the EFL class. About the course instructor: Ms Hend is a CELTA certified teacher, IELTS trainer and ESL instructor Facebook https://www.facebook.com/hend.elkhayyal
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6 Public Speaking Tips To Hook Any Audience
6 Public Speaking Tips To Hook Any Audience Public speaking is hard. We all know it. But if you master a few basic public speaking tips and techniques, you can absolutely hook any audience. https://goo.gl/IpBEnO In this video you'll get the public speaking training to hook an audience n 30 seconds. The public speaking skills to tell stories that have people hanging on every word. And the techniques to nail a finale that moves people to action. Public speaking shakes a lot of people's confidence, but if you use these tips and techniques, you'll be on your way to giving presentations that TED would be proud of :-) For the written version: http://www.charismaoncommand.com/oral-presentation-tips/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=videodesc&utm_campaign=blog Subscribe to Charisma On Command: http://bit.ly/subscribeCOC Connect With Us. Website: http://www.charismaoncommand.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/charismaoncommand Periscope: @Charismaon Or if you want to see my personal stuff (my regular life + me playing music): Instagram: @CharlieHoupert Periscope: @CharlieHoupert
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Teaching Speaking in an ESL Classroom
Teach English abroad with International TEFL Academy! Get the latest details about salaries, hiring seasons, visas and more in your free brochure ⇒ https://ita.fyi/MediaTEFLBrochure In this video, learn about teaching speaking in your ESL classroom. Get paid to see the world! Teach English overseas.
How to improve your English speaking skills (by yourself)
If you want a step-by-step tutorial on this technique, visit the page below: http://engfluent.com/imitation-tutorial/ Discover a way to practice speaking English alone to improve your spoken English. This approach can help improve several aspects of your pronunciation, your grammar, your sentence structure, your vocabulary, and your ability to communicate with others in English.
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TESOL Tutorial on Teaching Speaking Skills - Debating in the ESL Classroom
A class debate can be a fun and challenging way to encourage class interaction, review vocabulary, and develop speaking fluency. Get TESOL certified with Ontesol http://www.ontesol.com
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5 Succsessful ESL Speaking Activites
Oscar Garcia and Brynn Nightenhelser demonstrate 5 Successful ESL speaking activities from Dr. Folse's book, The Art of Teaching Speaking.
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IELTS Speaking Overview - Part 1, 2, and 3 Strategy and Advice
In this IELTS Speaking lesson from IELTS Master, I give an overview of all three parts of the IELTS speaking test. I also give advice, sample questions, and practice techniques for each part. This is a good first video to watch if you want to learn about the IELTS Speaking test. Let me know in the comments if you have any questions. ***Watch more IELTS Master Speaking videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQKm5R-SeKdNKWlhSQRyg1iVhqBt396SD ***Find more IELTS practice content: http://www.ielts-master.com Referenced Links: IELTS Speaking Public Band Descriptors: https://takeielts.britishcouncil.org/sites/default/files/IELTS_Speaking_band_descriptors.pdf 1-2 Stop Technique: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6Coso1UbYQ 4/3/2 Practice Technique: http://www.ielts-master.com/ielts-speaking-becoming-fluent-with-the-4-3-2-technique/ AREA Technique for IELTS Speaking Part 3: http://www.ielts-master.com/the-area-technique-how-to-improve-your-ielts-speaking-part-3-score/
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Introduction to Listening and Speaking Strategies
This is an introduction to Speaking and Listening Strategies that teachers can use inside the classroom. I hope this video will be of great help to you.
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12 IELTS Speaking Tips
Learn 12 important ways to get a higher score on the IELTS Speaking section. Find out what to do and what NOT to do from an experienced IELTS trainer and understand how to increase your IELTS Speaking score, easily and immediately. You're guaranteed to learn something new here -- and that can make all the difference! http://www.goodluckielts.com/ Take a quiz on this lesson here: http://www.engvid.com/12-ielts-speaking-tips/ TRANSCRIPT Hi. I'm Rebecca from engVid. In today's lesson, I'll give you 10 important tips to do well and to get a higher score on the speaking section of your IELTS exam, or actually on any oral speaking test where you're sitting with a live examiner. Okay? So these tips don't apply actually to the TOEFL where your answers are recorded, but it's for any English exam where you're sitting with a real examiner. Okay? Now, the IELTS, of course, the speaking section of the IELTS test is about 11 or 14 minutes long, has three different sections, and so on. And the IELTS is an exam which is a... It's an English proficiency exam. It's used for immigration purposes, for example, to Canada and Australia. It's used for admission to universities where English is the medium of instruction, and it's also used for professional certification purposes. So lots and lots of people, millions of people do the IELTS exam. And if you're one of them, these speaking tips will really help you. They're general tips; they're not about the specific sections. They apply to all sections of the speaking test. Okay? Let's get started. So, the first point is: during your speaking test, be formal. By that, I mean treat it like a job interview. And just as in a job interview, you'll be on your best behaviour and so on, behave that way. Don't take it very casually. Okay? Take it seriously and be formal. Next, give a full answer whenever possible. Now, remember and just think about it: you have about 11 to 15 minutes to use the best English that you know and that you've studied all your life. Okay? So, obviously, you want to try to show off during your English test. So, when I say give a full answer, I mean, in the first section when they ask you some questions about you, about your family, about your background, if they say, for example: "Where are you from?" Don't just say: "Tokyo", because that's just a one word answer. Try, as much as possible, to give sentences. Give full sentences. All right? Full answer. So that you can show when you use the full sentence that you know grammar, you know vocabulary, and all these other things. So, instead of just saying: "Tokyo." Say: "I'm from Tokyo, the capital of Japan." Or: "I'm from the capital of Japan, Tokyo." Now, you've given a lot more information. So, obviously, you get much more marks if you kept doing that throughout. Right? Give full answers, using sentences, not just words. Next: be polite. What we mean by that, for example, if the examiner asks you something and you didn't understand, it's okay. Just ask for the explanation in a polite way. Don't just say: "What?" Or: "Sorry?" Say: "Excuse me? Could you please repeat that?" Because that's also using English, and that's what they want to know: can you use English? And by being polite, you're not just showing that you know the language, but also that you know the culture of the language, which is being polite. Okay? So remember to do that. Next, maintain good posture. Why do I put that? Nobody's filming you. Right? So, why do you have to maintain good posture? Because your posture actually affects your... The way you speak. It affects your confidence, the confidence with which you speak, it affects the way your voice is projected. So you want to make sure that you don't, for example, lean on your hand when you're speaking or anything like that. Okay? Make sure that you sit straight and don't put your hand anywhere near your face, even if you're nervous, because that will affect the quality of your voice and the way it's projected. Okay? Next. Number five: speak clearly. Now, what I mean by this is: don't worry too much about your accent. Everyone has an accent, and as long as you do your best to enunciate the words clearly, that's all you can do. If you need to improve your pronunciation, work on that before your exam. If there are some very specific pronunciation errors that you tend to make or that people from your country tend to make, then obviously, work on those beforehand. For example, if you are a Spanish speaker and you say: "Jess", instead of: "Yes", then that's a big mistake that you want to correct well before you come to the exam. So, work on those pronunciation issues before, and then afterwards, don't worry about your accent, just speak as clearly as you can. Okay?
Stages for Teaching Speaking
This is the first video in a four-part series about the stages of teaching speaking. This first video will give a brief overview of the three stages and look at whether to teach them top-down or bottom-up.
Views: 1533 Peggy Marcy
IELTS Speaking Task 1 - How to get a high score
http://www.goodluckielts.com/ Do you need to take the IELTS? I will teach you everything you need to get a higher score in Task 1 of the Speaking section of the exam! A lot of people have to take the IELTS exam when they immigrate or study overseas. Even if your English is good, you could get a low score in the Speaking section if you are not prepared. If you are taking this test, this video will help you. I'll tell you what to expect and give you a lot of tips and strategies to do well! To test your understanding of the video, take the quiz at http://www.engvid.com/ielts-speaking-task-1/ and for more IELTS tips, strategies, secrets, and sample questions and answers, go to Good Luck IELTS: http://www.goodluckielts.com/ Hi, there. My name is Emma, and in today's lesson, we will be looking at how to do well on the speaking part of the IELTS. So the speaking part of the IELTS is divided up into three sections. Today, we're just going to be looking at section No. 1. So first of all, I will explain how to do well -- oh, sorry. First, I'll explain what happens in Part 1 of the IELTS. And from there, we'll look at some things you should do to do well and some things you shouldn't do, okay? So let's get started. So what happens in Part 1 of the IELTS? Well, first of all, the speaking Part 1 of the IELTS is for both those taking the General IELTS exam and the Academic. So whether you're taking the Academic or the General IELTS, it's the same test with the same questions. Okay. It lasts between four to five minutes. It's made up of first an introduction. So the examiner is going to introduce himself or herself. Then, you will introduce yourself. So for example, "Hi. My name is Emma. Nice to meet you." Okay, so there's an introduction. And then, the examiner is going to ask you some questions about yourself. So these questions aren't that difficult. Usually, they're about where you're from. So for example what city you were born in, where you grew up. They might be about work. They might be about what you study, about your friends, about your hobbies, food, sports, and another thing I don't have up here, family. Family is also common on this part of the IELTS. Okay? So usually, the examiner, after introducing himself or herself, they will talk to you about two of these topics. Okay?" Now, the way they mark this part of the IELTS is they're looking specifically for pronunciation, okay? So can they understand what you're saying? Do you pronounce things well? They're going to be looking at fluency. So what's "fluency"? Well, do you go, "Uh, um, uh, uh" a lot during the test? Or do you speak very clearly, in a very nice rhythmic way? Do you use organizers or transitions? "First of all, secondly, finally." Do you use words like this? "Another reason." Or do you have problems speaking at a normal rate? So they look at that in fluency." Then, they mark you also on vocabulary. Do you use words like "good, bad" a lot? Those are very low-level words. Or do you use high level words that really show off your vocabulary?" The final thing you're marked on is grammar and accuracy. So for example, do you only use the present test for the whole test or are you able to correctly use the present tense, the past tense, present perfect, future? How well is your grammar? Okay? So don't panic. Maybe you're weak in grammar. Maybe you make some mistakes in grammar. But you're marked equally on these four components, okay? So now, let's look at some tips on how to do well on Part 1 of the speaking part of the IELTS. Okay. So what are some of the things we should do to get a good mark in Part 1 of the IELTS for speaking? Well, we have a list here of dos. Okay? So these are things you want to do. So the first thing that's very important is when you first meet the examiner, okay? If you're very nervous, and you don't make eye-contact, and you look at the floor the whole time, you're not going to do well on the IELTS even if your English is pretty good. So it's very important to present yourself with confidence, okay? You want to go into that test and know you're going to do well. If you think you're going to do well, you're going to do a lot better. Okay? If you think you're going to do badly, you're probably going to do badly. So think you're going to do well, and be confident. Okay? Another important thing is be friendly. Okay. You want to smile. Body language is actually very important in the IELTS. You want to make eye-contact, okay? So don't look at your feet. Don't look at your hands. Look at the examiner. But you don't have to stare at them, okay? Just look at them when you talk.
Teaching Speaking with Task-Based Learning
When students work on tasks in pairs or small groups, they use language at every step: planning, executing, and presenting. This demonstration shows students planning and describing their own Utopian societies.
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TOEFL iBT: Independent Speaking Task – 5 Ways to Succeed
What is the structure of the TOEFL independent speaking task? What types of questions are on it? For how long must you speak? I answer these questions and give five tips on how to prepare yourself for the TOEFL iBT independent speaking task. Watch the video to prepare yourself and get a high score. http://www.goodlucktoefl.com/ http://www.engvid.com/toefl-ibt-independent-speaking-task/ TRANSCRIPT Hi, everyone. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on the TOEFL IBT: Independent Speaking Task Structure and Tips. So, this will be a two-part video. In the first section, I will describe the structure of the independent speaking task on the TOEFL IBT; and in the second part of the video, I will give you some tips on how to do well on this. So, if you know the structure, you might want to fast-forward maybe two or three minutes. Okay? If you don't know the structure, here we go. So, on the TOEFL independent speaking task, there are two tasks that you must complete and there are two different types of questions. So, the first type of question on the TOEFL independent speaking task might be a personal choice question. So, in this section, you'll be asked a question about important people, places, events, or activities that you enjoy. It will always be something related to your personal experience or just general knowledge of life. So, you know, they might say: "Tell me about a person who has meant a lot in your life. If you could learn one instrument, what would you learn and why?" Something related to your personal experience. And the section type of task, section type of question is a paired choice question. So, in this situation, you have to choose between "A" or "B", either or. So, for example, the questions might ask you to compare, you know: "Do you prefer life in a hot country, or do you prefer life in a country that has seasons? Do you prefer renting or owning a house or an apartment? Would you prefer private or group classes?" And then you basically have to give a response. "Well, I think that private classes are better than group classes because you get more personalized attention and because..." you know, whatever your reasons are. So, in this task, you actually have 15 seconds of preparation time before you have to speak, and then you are given 45 seconds to speak. So, again, during the IBT... This is for the IBT, so the IBT, you have headphones on. You will hear the question and you will read the question on the computer screen. And once the question has, you know, finished being read, then you have 15 seconds to prepare a response. And I completely recommend a notebook. And then 45 seconds to answer the question. Now, in addition to bringing a notebook, let's look at some other tips that can help you to do well on the TOEFL independent speaking task. All right, so let's look at some tips on how to do well on the independent speaking task. Number one, this goes for the test as a whole, be honest with yourself. Don't take the test unless you're ready. Now, what I mean by this is if you're a beginner student, don't even consider the TOEFL test. If you're an intermediate student, a high intermediate, then it's more possible for you to do well on the TOEFL. Remember, the TOEFL is meant to prepare people for an academic setting, so a university. So, if you are not a high intermediate or advanced student, you will find the TOEFL to be very, very difficult. And honestly, you would probably be wasting your money in taking the test or a preparation course if you're not an advanced or high intermediate student. So, be honest with yourself. It's hard advice, but it's completely true. Number two: have a notebook to write your ideas for the independent speaking task. You are allowed to bring a notebook, and a pencil or a pen, and this will help you to write ideas, you know, after you read the question and listen to the question. Number three: have at least two reasons or two examples to support your opinion. So, you know, if you're having one of the independent opinion choices or the second paired choice questions, make sure you have at least two reasons to support your position. So, if you are doing a paired choice question and the question is about, you know, do you prefer living in a dormitory or living at home when attending university, make sure you have two reasons for why you prefer, for example, living in a dormitory. In a dormitory, you can make friends and you can also make it to classes on time because it's very close to the campus, for example. So, at least two.
Teaching Vocabulary to Young Learners Through Brain-Based Teaching Strategies by Setenay Çelik
Having started with the point that children learn easily and forget quickly, I have been working a lot on how to teach vocabulary to young learners by improving their memory skills. If it comes to memory, it is well worth searching about the brain. Throughout my search, I have found out that as long as the teachers meet the needs of the young brains, it is easier for the learners to remember new vocabulary items. In this presentation I’m planning to share my findings and ten practical brain- based activities that I use in my classes and find really effective. Setenay is from Turkey and she has been teaching English for 8 years including 4 years of teaching when she was a university student. She holds a Masters Degree in English Language Teaching from Gazi University in Ankara, Turkey. Her particular areas of interest are teaching English to young learners and creating new, useful classroom materials and activities.
Views: 572895 Elt Irl
British Council - Teaching Speaking - Feedback
Video: Feedback by the British Council, with teacher-trainer John Kay
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How To Teach Children English
https://effortlessenglishclub.com/teach-children-english (Free Text Transcript). Teach children English using these simple techniques. Your children can learn English very quickly. They can learn to speak English fluently. And YOU are the very best English teacher for them! In this Effortless English Show, AJ tells you how to teach English to your children.
Views: 773074 A.J. Hoge
The IELTS Teacher - Speaking Lesson Demonstration
A video demonstration of a Speaking Lesson with The IELTS Teacher. Book lessons today and improve your IELTS band score!
Views: 12472 The IELTS Teacher
Strategies for English Fluency and Confidence
Today I want to ask you: Are you making some mistakes that are hurting your English fluency and confidence goals? Maybe you’ve been studying and practicing English for years. Maybe you even live in an English-speaking country. But speaking English is still a challenge. And you might be doing everything right. You’re listening to podcasts, watching TV, doing a little English every day but nothing works. If that is true for you, then today I want to share 5 English learning mistakes you might be making. Unfortunately, these mistakes stop your progress in English fluency and confidence. But they don’t have to. I’m going to tell you exactly how to stop making them. In fact, these 5 mistakes are 100% avoidable. In today’s video lesson, I want to help you: ⚡️Identify if you are making some of these mistakes ⚡️Learn how to stop making them so you can make progress in your English instead ⚡️Avoid the stress, the frustration, and the feeling of being stuck that is a result of making these common mistakes So if you can speak English but… ✨you always feel nervous and ask your colleagues to speak for you instead. ✨you lose your words, you forget what you want to say, and you can’t say what you want in English. ✨you’re so worried about mistakes or your pronunciation so you decide to stay quiet. ✨you’re always shy, nervous, and stressed. You’re tired and frustrated. You worked so hard in English but nothing worked. Then you might be making some of these mistakes. Let’s change that. 📝 Get the full lesson at https://www.speakconfidentenglish.com/stop-these-5-things/ ___________________________________________________________________ Start building your English confidence for work and daily life: ⚡️Free Training: How to Say What You Want in English http://bit.ly/say-what-you-want-in-English ⚡️Free Training: Surprising Secrets for Confident Job Interviews in English http://bit.ly/english_job_interviews ———————————————————————————————————————————————— Let's Stay Connected:👇🏼 📢WEBSITE: https://www.speakconfidentenglish.com/ 📷 PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/spkconfidenteng/ ♥️FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/speakconfidentenglish/ 🖇LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/speak-confident-english/ - ——————————————————————————————————————————————— Common Questions: 🌏 Where are you from? I’m from the United States but I’ve also lived in Pakistan, the Czech Republic, Germany, and France. ❓Do you speak another language? I do! French. 🇫🇷 🎓Do you teach 1:1? I teach my Fluency School course and Confident Job Interviews course. And we have teachers who provide 1:1 classes with Speak Confident English using my methods. If you want to improve your confidence and fluency with me, join Fluency School, which I offer 3 times per year. https://www.speakconfidentenglish.com/fluencyschool/ 💬 My favorite quote? I have two: “Without challenge, there isn’t change.” And “Progress, not perfection.” — Marie Forleo 🎥 Want to learn more with me? Join me for new lessons every week. https://www.youtube.com/c/Speakconfidentenglish?sub_confirmation=1 ———————————————————————————————————————————————— ❤️My favorite videos ❤️ English Fluency and Confidence, 5 Mistakes to Avoid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LxsjDIluew What to Say When You Feel Stuck in English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvv5jrD0CeM How to Interrupt Someone Politely in English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wgqdxc6XE_0 How to Show You’re Finished Speaking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGjctJgQ1eA Uncomfortable Questions and How to Deal with Them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBCuY4vSLkE 10 Ways to Tell Someone to Wait in English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UV3wuY7MvAY I’m so glad you’re still reading. I want to tell you one important thing—English confidence and fluency are 100% possible for you, even if you feel shy, frustrated, and stuck. With Speak Confident English, I share strategies, skills, and resources to help you get the confidence to communicate clearly so you can…Have conversations, get the job you want, share your opinions in a business meeting, make friends easily, go to the grocery store without stress, and feel comfortable with any situation—in English. ❤️❤️❤️
Views: 251558 Speak Confident English
7 Ways To Teach Public Speaking To Kids
http://publicspeakingpower.com/teach-public-speaking-to-kids/ - Get the full transcription and download the audio version of this video. So many children grow up in this massive fear of public speaking, they don't want to get up in front of a crowd because they are scared of speaking in public. In this article I am going to discuss 7 ways you can teach public speaking to kids. These tips will help make kids more confident and will help them grow in their skills as public speakers and presenters.
Views: 125943 PublicSpeakingPower
New TOEFL Speaking Question 1 Strategy, Tips, & Tricks from NoteFull
Stressed? Breakthrough to your dream speaking score now with our powerful TOEFL training that's helped thousands; you won't find it anywhere else but here: http://bit.ly/2wNZWvT For EVERYTHING you need to earn your dream TOEFL score, click here: http://bit.ly/2kNoIna After clicking, you'll land on NoteFull where a detailed video that's only 5 minutes and 21 seconds will: 1) Give you the resources that have led millions to TOEFL success. 2) Teach you how many hours you need to study for your dream score. 3) Show you how to study those hours for the fastest and best results! This (http://bit.ly/2kNoIna) is the same help that's led millions of students to their dream TOEFL scores! Just below that video, you'll find another that details exactly what NoteFull TOEFL training material and practice is best for you to earn your dream TOEFL score. In just 6 minutes and 37 seconds, you'll: 1) Identify the best TOEFL training material and practice to succeed. 2) Gain access to the best online free TOEFL training on the planet! Don't delay; you can start your journey to becoming a TOEFL success story just as these students did: "From where you are or whatever skills you have, [NoteFull will] help you develop your skills to get your score." - Chintan G. NoteFull helped me earn 103 overall (R: 23 L: 27 S: 26 W: 27) "NoteFull tells you whatever you need to know to pass the exam. It's the best program on the planet to pass TOEFL. Period." - Shabnam J. NoteFull helped me earn 106 overall (R: 28 L: 27 S: 26 W: 25) "I used all NoteFull free resources; then I bought the program they recommended to me. I find it incredible how I improved!" - Shaymaa G. NoteFull helped me earn 106 overall (R: 27 L: 28 S: 27 W: 24) And, the start of your journey begins by clicking here right now: http://bit.ly/2kNoIna
Views: 436468 NoteFull TOEFL Mastery
Task Based Lesson - Teaching Vocabulary and Speaking Skills
High-Intermediate Task Based Lesson - Get TESOL training and certification with OnTESOL http://www.ontesol.com/tesol
Views: 42911 OnTESOL
LSP OLD 4: 1.4 Strategies for teaching speaking and listening
The Language Support Program (LSP) is a three-year program in partnership with VSO and the Department of Education, designed to improve teacher training in reading, writing, speaking and listening in Papua New Guinea. The fourth resource in the oral language development series shows strategies for teaching speaking and listening.
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IELTS Speaking Task 2 - How to succeed
http://www.engvid.com/ OH NO! YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE IELTS! Well, I can help. Watch this video to learn exactly what to expect in part two of the IELTS Speaking exam. I'll give you sample questions and answers, as well as tips and strategies for success. Test your understanding with a quiz: http://www.engvid.com/ielts-speaking-task-2-how-to-succeed/ TRANSCRIPT: Hi, my name is Emma, and in today's lesson we are going to be looking at the IELTS. The IELTS is a test that a lot of ESL students have to take when they want to go to a Canadian university, an Australian university, an English university. So when they want to study overseas or often times, when they want to immigrate to one of these countries. Okay? So we're looking specifically at the speaking part of the IELTS, part two. So the IELTS speaking task is split up into three sections. We are going to be looking at section two in this video. Okay, so let me first explain what happens in section two, and then we are going to look at some tips on what you should do if you want to do well on this section, and things you shouldn't do. Okay? So let's get started. So, in part two of the speaking component of the IELTS, you will be speaking for about two minutes. Okay? So this part lasts for about three minutes, so you have three minutes. The first minute you will be handed a question card. Okay? So here is an example of a question card. It will tell you, often times, to describe something. "Describe a museum that you have visited." It will tell you what you need to say. You should say: * Where it is * Why you went there * What you particularly remember This is just an example. Okay? So it can be on different topics, but you will get a card that looks something like this. Okay? So you have one minute to look at the question and to make notes, and to think: "Okay, what am I going to say?" So that takes one minute, and then after that the examiner will tell you: "Okay, you can begin." You must talk for one to two minutes. A lot of students actually consider this the hardest part of the speaking component because it's not a dialogue. Okay? The examiner isn't asking you questions and you're giving responses, and you're going back and forth. In this part of the IELTS, you just talk and you talk for one to two minutes. So a lot of students find this difficult because talking for two minutes, even for some native speakers, is a little difficult. Okay, so that's what's going to happen in this part. Okay? So what are some of the topics you might be asked about in this part of the IELTS? Well, topics often covered include: you might be asked about a precious item, so you might have to describe a precious item that you own. You might have to say something about where you bought it from or: how did you get it, what does it look like, why is it so precious? You might be asked about a special day, a sporting event that you went to or a concert, a special trip or journey or vacation, people who have influenced you. For example: they might ask you to describe your favourite teacher. What was she like? Why was she so great? You might be asked about a book, music, a television program, a movie you saw or even items of clothing. Okay, so sometimes you're asked about historical buildings, you might be asked about a neighbourhood in your city. The key thing that you probably will be asked is this question is often about description, not always, but usually you have to describe something. And then they usually have three questions, they can be: who, what, when, where, why? Okay? So these are the types of questions that they ask. ...
IELTS Speaking | Super Methods with Jay!
We're back in this Live Class on IELTS Super Methods- use the PPF method for IELTS Speaking. Take it from Jay who got 9 in IELTS speaking! Support E2 by donating as little or as much $ as you want: http://www.paypal.me/e2language More at: http://www.e2language.com Read the blog about Jay's IELTS experience: http://bit.ly/2l1kTii Sign up for IELTS here: http://bit.ly/2ntt8Q7 IELTS Webinars are now open to all users! Yes, it’s free to register and participate in this LIVE TRAINING with our IELTS teachers: IELTS General Writing Task 1 – Every Monday! http://bit.ly/2kLJpDB IELTS Academic Writing Task 1 – Every Tuesday! http://bit.ly/2ykS2dq IELTS Writing Task 2 (Academic & General) – Every Wednesday! http://bit.ly/2g6tvPc IELTS Reading (Academic & General) – Every Thursday! http://bit.ly/2gAaepV IELTS Super Methods! – Every Second Friday! http://bit.ly/2yid8aI E2Language offers online face-to-face tutorials run by expert English language teachers from all over the world! Visit our website for IELTS test preparation packages on offer: http://bit.ly/2otr0fi Follow us on social media for helpful tips and updates regarding IELTS preparation and the IELTS speaking: Blog: https://blog.e2language.com Forum: https://forum.e2language.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/e2language/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/e2language Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/e2language/
Views: 711305 E2 IELTS
TOEFL Lesson - *NEW* TOEFL Speaking Questions 1 & 2 with Kathy
Learn more about TOEFL with explanations, helpful examples, test strategies, and tips from Kathy! Join my Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/934707006596414/ to join in on my TOEFL discussions! Also, don't forget to subscribe to my channel on YouTube!
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IELTS Speaking: The Secret Method
To get a good level in your IELTS Speaking, you need to speak MORE! That means you need to extend your answers. In this quick lesson, I'll give you an easy way to make simple sentences into more complex, impressive ones by using RELATIVE CLAUSES. If you're not taking the IELTS, you can still use this method to take your spoken English to a higher level. http://www.engvid.com/ielts-speaking-the-secret-method/ http://www.GoodLuckIELTS.com/ TRANSCRIPT Hi, there. Welcome to EngVid. Today, we are looking at how to maximize your points on IELTS speaking tests, in particular one and three. I'm going to be giving you some very valuable tips for how to make the most and how to do your very best in these tests. So what do you need to do? You need to answer with a little bit more detail. You need to extend your answers a little bit, okay? Answer the question that they ask. Okay. It doesn't matter if you prepare something and they don't -- they ask a question that your answer is no good for, drop it. You have to make an effort to answer their question. Now, today, we're going to be looking at using some relative pronouns and some relative adverbs to lengthen out your sentences a little bit, okay? So extending your answers, answering the question. As you may be aware, IELTS speaking tests one and three, they're particularly looking for you to give information about yourself, to tell people about yourself, okay? So I'm saying that these pronouns and adverbs are going to be particularly helpful. So these pronouns you put in the middle of sentences to continue the sentence and give a bit more. So you'd use "who" to describe people. "The person I met who is a shopkeeper" -- "The person I went to school with who is now a famous movie star" -- okay? So "who", when you're giving more information about the person, okay, who's doing something, who's the subject. Okay? You can also use "whom", but it's not so common. "Whom" would be the indirect version of this, someone who's not doing something. Now, you'd use that when you're describing things. Okay? "I went to Bath on Saturday. That was a fantastic place to visit." Okay? So I'm describing the activity of going to a place. Okay? Bath itself. So? So it's a proper noun. "Which" I can throw in there when I want to also describe things in a sorted of non-defining clause sense. "The film which I saw on Saturday was really good." Okay? You can get some more information on this on another one of our videos. "Whose" when I'm describing a possession. So, "The car I drove whose owner was Charlie" -- okay? So I'm describing an element of possession. Okay? Now, looking on to the relative adverbs. I can use "when" when I'm talking about times. "I went to school when I was aged 13 to 18." Yeah? I can use "where" when I'm talking about the place that something happened. So "I went to the actor's temple, where I learnt a lot about acting." Okay? So giving more information about that particular place. I can use "why" -- I mean, "why" normally results in a question. It's difficult to include "why" and then end in a full stop. So you could say, "I decided to cross the road today. Why do you think that is? Well, I went to go and buy some food." Now, I'm going to put some examples here to show you how we can use these. "I went to school with Charlie who" -- okay, so now the next bit gives more information about the person, okay? -- "the man who helped me pass my driving test who" -- so I'm giving even more information about this person -- "now lives in a place in the north of England." "I enjoyed playing" -- "I played football at school, which was fun." So "which" there is talking about, you know, the activity as I mentioned here. "The teacher whose expertise" -- so I'm talking about the skill that that teacher had. Possessive, okay? -- "the teacher whose expertise helped me pass my exam." Now, I hope I've shed a little light. I know some of these might be unfamiliar to you. Should we just have a quick recap of this? So I'm going to use "who" when I'm describing people. "The person I went to school with, who is now doing well. The person I met at the shop, who was a very nice person." Okay? So these are kind of small little chunks that you kind of put on to the end of the sentence. Yeah? "The place that I went today was really great." So "that I went today" is the extra bit of information. "Which" -- "The sandwich, which I had at lunch, was really good." So "had at lunch" is that little bit more information. "The car, whose owner I really like, was very good to drive." So if you've got a sentence, you're putting in a little bit more information here, and then finishing it here, okay? "The car, whose owner I really like, drives fast." Okay? So you'd separate it with two commas.
Five Basic Public Speaking Tips
Looking for public speaking tips? Learn five ways to help ensure your next speech is a success.
Carol’s Classroom: Speaking and Listening
Clear communication and active listening are essential social-emotional skills that help lay the foundation of positive learning environments. Your students can develop these skills and take responsibility for the discussion during a Handing Off routine. Join Carol as she demonstrates tips for guiding students through the routine. Learn more about SRA Open Court Reading at http://opencourtreading.com/.
Views: 4355 McGraw-Hill PreK-12
Teaching English without Teaching English | Roberto Guzman | TEDxUPRM
In this talk Roberto discusses his three phase system which he uses to teach English without teaching English, to improve the learning experience for students and the teaching practice for professors. Robert Guzman is a full professor at the University of Puerto Rico, Aguadilla Campus. Guzman teaches undergraduate English courses in which he stresses the development of critical thinking skills and hands on language development skills. He’s also a freelance writer and political commentator on the WPRA 990 AM radio show Comunicando with host Toti Figueroa. So far Guzman has published, among other books The Devil’s Advocate Reader, Tropical Tales of Terror, Mitos y Conflictos en la Biblia and Heroes. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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CCSS Teaching Strategies: Influence of Listening and Speaking Standards
Dr. Vicki Gibson, chairman and CEO of Gibson Hasbrouck & Associates, an educational consulting firm that provides intense professional development, discusses the ELA Common Core State Standards for Speaking and Listening and the challenges that teachers could face in implementing these set of standards in the classroom.
Views: 4506 McGraw-Hill PreK-12
IELTS Speaking - How to Improve Fluency with the 4/3/2 Technique
In this IELTS Speaking strategy video, I discuss the 4/3/2 technique, which you can use to improve your spoken fluency. This speaking fluency practice technique was developed by Paul Nation (http://www.victoria.ac.nz/lals/about/staff/paul-nation) from the Victoria University of Wellington. You can see the original research article about technique here: http://www.victoria.ac.nz/lals/about/staff/publications/paul-nation/1989-Fluency.pdf More IELTS Speaking Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQKm5R-SeKdNKWlhSQRyg1iVhqBt396SD More IELTS Practice: http://www.ielts-master.com
Views: 81278 IELTS Master
Primary Teaching Tip: Points for Speaking English
Mark Ormerod is the co-author of Tiger Time, a primary six-level course in British English. For more information on Tiger Time, please visit http://www.macmillanyounglearners.com
Improve Your TOEFL Speaking by 3 Points
Get the free guide to improve your score by 3 points here: https://toeflspeakingteacher.com/welcome-improve-speaking-3-points/ If you want to improve your TOEFL speaking score by 3 points, there are a couple of weaknesses you need to focus on. Download our free guide and find out exactly what is holding you back from your score. In this video, however, we are talking about how to think about each question type. You don't want to simply answer the TOEFL speaking question, but you want to answer it the way the graders want you to. For questions #1 and 2, you want to imagine you are a dumb American. Seriously. They want you to have a strong opinion on a general question that really depends on the context. However, for the TOEFL, you have to have a very strong opinion that will work in all contexts no matter what... that's dumb. For TOEFL Speaking question #3, imagine you are a reporter. You have to report on the information you read in the reading and listen to in the conversation. In questions 4 and 6, you should imagine that you are a teacher. You have to think that the listener, the TOEFL grader, has no idea about the topic and you have to introduce it, define it, and explain it using the examples and illustrations from the listening. In question 5, imagine you're my friend. My best friend. Seriously, I need more friends like you to give me advice. I have a problem and two possible solutions. Tell me which one you think is better and explain why. Don't forget to download the guide to improve your TOEFL score by 3 points: https://toeflspeakingteacher.com/welcome-improve-speaking-3-points/ Get our TOEFL Quick Guide here: https://toeflspeakingteacher.com/welcome-toefl-quick-guide/ Email me: [email protected] Check out our TOEFL course: https://toeflspeakingteacher.com/products-and-services/toefl-emergency-course/ Thanks for watching guys.
Views: 55452 TST Prep
TESOL Speaking Activities Lesson Plan
This is a mini-lesson plan for my TESOL class. It focuses on lowering affective filter and improving speaking skills.
Views: 7673 Savanna Theobald
IELTS Pronunciation Speaking Lesson
An IELTS speaking section video for pronunciation by www.aehelp.com/full-course/ This lesson explains the way examiners mark English accents. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WorldESLTutors. The lesson includes interview examples from European and Asian candidates to give an understanding of scores in speaking. Also, the class includes different exercises, phonetics and tongue twisters to help improve forming of difficult sounds, r, l, s and th. Pay attention to the lesson instructions and practice the suggested exercises daily to improve your performance the next time you sit the IELTS speaking interview. When you follow this advice, you can greatly improve your chances for high band scores of 7, 8 or 9. Strategies will help with fluent language, natural language and complex language. Enjoy. Follow us now on twitter @aehelp
Views: 24209 AcademicEnglishHelp
15 Fun Public Speaking Activities
http://publicspeakingpower.com/fun-public-speaking-activities/ - Read the full blog post or listen to the audio podcast version. Much like riding a bike public speaking is a skill that is best learned through practice. And what happens when we enjoy doing something that we do? We do it more often. So here are 15 fun public speaking activities that you can do, either by yourself or with a group of people or if you are running a class you can use this using with your students as well. (more public speaking activities here)
Views: 140152 Ryan McLean
Using Self-Talk Strategy in Teaching Speaking for EFL Students
Self-Talk is a very good strategy to assist a person in increasing self-confidence in performing an action especially in performing public speaking
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How to Teach Reading and Speaking (Mock lesson)
Aims: To develop students’ skills of reading, summarising and paraphrasing; raise their awareness of cultural differences and language barrier in the context of a story “Talking in the New Land”. Secondary Aims: To further develop students’ speaking abilities. Personal Aim: Try to follow a Receptive Skill development shape of lesson, while including enough speaking practice in the Pre- and Post-text discussions and writing practice in the Productive Skills Extension Activity. Plan less to give myself more breathing space and not rush students through tasks. Maximise students’ talking time throughout the lesson. Licensed music for YouTube: https://artlist.io/Evgenii-26269 Filming gear I use: Main camera: https://amzn.to/2RZA9eu Lense: https://amzn.to/2W2ynZr ND filter: https://amzn.to/2CteRME Microphone: https://amzn.to/2TWLOIs Shoulder strap: https://amzn.to/2sBmHzs Gimbal: https://amzn.to/2ARX5m6 Tripod: https://amzn.to/2sCSQ9v Action camera: https://amzn.to/2T2pD3x ND filter: https://amzn.to/2FBdv6F Gimbal: https://amzn.to/2FA18aL Drone: https://amzn.to/2CtiXEw ND filter: https://amzn.to/2DitLae Protector: https://amzn.to/2FA8JWU
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