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Let's Talk! Speaking Activities for Students with a Low Level of English

Encourage your students to talk more using these easy tips, activities, and lessons! This webinar will help you plan easy and effective lessons, creating confident, motivated, English language speakers.

By the end of this webinar, teachers will be able to:
- Understand how speaking activities can help improve all areas of English language study.
- Be able to incorporate four new activities into your class to get your students talking.
- Know the steps for getting the most out of speaking practice time.
- Have a helpful worksheet with all the information and resources you need for many weeks worth of speaking activities.

This webinar for English language teachers was hosted by the Regional English Language Office at the US Embassy in Peru.

► About the speaker:

▪▪ Sara Hendricks has taught English around the world for 12 years. She received her Masters Degree in TESOL from UW River Falls in the USA. She enjoys studying and teaching gender equality in the classroom, rapid vocabulary acquisition and support for indigenous languages. Sara currently lives and teaches in a small town in Mexico with her husband and three kids.

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Let's Talk! Speaking Activities for Students with a Low Level of English

  1. 1. Welcomes to RELO Andes Webinars
  2. 2. Low-prep, fun, speaking activities Sara Hendricks
  3. 3. Sara Hendricks is currently an English Language Fellow living in Puebla, Mexico and teaching at a bilingual technical university. She enjoys teaching beginning English and has taught for 15 years in various countries, such as, Ecuador, South Korea, China, Japan and the USA. She received her Masters Degree in TESOL.
  4. 4. Get Students Talking! Low-prep, fun, speaking activities.
  5. 5. Poll #1: What age are your students? A) Elementary School B) Middle School C) High School D) University or Adult
  6. 6. These activities are for ▷Students of any age ▷Students of any level ▷Classrooms with minimal resources ▷Busy Teachers
  7. 7. - Increase student talk time. -Allow students of different levels to challenge themselves. -Review old material and preview upcoming material. -Have fun and enjoy studying English. Goals of these activities:
  8. 8. TYPES OF SPEAKING ACTIVITIES ParticipationDrills Performance Differences: Skills Time Creativity
  9. 9. Poll #2: What percent of class is spent on speaking activities? A) 0-15% B) 15-30% C) 30 - 45% D) 45% or more
  10. 10. 1. Jazz Chants Drill
  11. 11. JAZZ Chant http://www.onestopenglish.com/skills/listening/jazz-chants/mp3-files-and-recording-scripts/
  12. 12. These are my blue jeans That's my shirt. This red shirt? No, that brown shirt. Those are my shoes. These brown shoes? No, those black shoes. This is my jacket. That green jacket? No, this blue jacket. That's my t-shirt. This white t-shirt? No, that red t-shirt. These are my jeans. Those black jeans? No, these blue jeans. Those are my shorts. These green shorts? No, those white shorts.
  13. 13. 2. Audio Lingual Drill
  14. 14. Possessive Adjectives Write on the board: I do my homework. Say: He She They We You Write on the board: I need to buy ____ apple. Some / a / an Say: Banana Ground Beef Food Bag of potatoes Chicken Box of cereal Count and Noncount Nouns
  15. 15. 3. Information Gap Participation
  16. 16. https://bogglesworldesl.com/information_gap.htm
  17. 17. 4. Jigsaw Participation
  18. 18. ▷STEP ONE ○Make groups of 4 to 6 students. ▷STEP TWO ○Divide the day’s lesson into segments. For example, USA holidays, (1) Halloween, (2) Christmas, (3) 4th of July, (4) Thanksgiving, and (5) New Years Day. ▷STEP THREE ○Assign each group to research or study that topic. Give them time to think, read, ask each other questions, and practice teaching their topic. ▷STEP FOUR ○Count off in each group by however many people are in that group. Then make new groups, all the 1s together, 2s together, etc. ▷STEP FIVE ○Now each group has an expert about each holiday. The students now teach their group and learn from their group about all of the topics. ▷STEP SIX ○Follow up.
  19. 19. 5. Role Plays and Presentations Performance
  20. 20. 1. Teach presentation skills 2. Allow students to practice multiple times in front of multiple audiences 3. Avoid of audience fatigue
  21. 21. 6. General Tips
  22. 22. ▷Before you start an activity, let them talk to each other and ask questions to make sure they understand. ▷Always model or write phrases on the board like, OK, let’s start, I'll go first, It's your turn, What should I do?, Yes, that's right, Wait, let’s ask another group, I’m confused, let’s ask the teacher. ▷Be prepared for your classroom to be loud and look like it’s out of control. ▷Always be walking around, observing, listening, and helping. ▷Always set a timer, and then stick to it.
  23. 23. Poll #3: What is one activity we discussed today that you will use in your next class? A) Jazz Chants B) Audio Lingual Method C) Information Gap D) Jigsaw
  24. 24. Thanks! Any questions? saraannhendricks@gmail.com
  25. 25. fellow@elprograms.org @ELPrograms For more information
  26. 26. Thanks for joining us! Check us out next month ▫ Presenter: Christine Esche ▫ Location: Panama City, Panama ▫ Topic: Project-Based Learning ▫ Date: July 19, 2018 ▫ Time: 1500-1600