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Teaching dialogues and speaking

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Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Dialogues are very good for practising oral work.they are good for pronunciation particularly intonation.it consists of: A good dialogue, How to use Dialogues, Follow-up-some ideas. I. A good dialogue should:

  • be short, no more than 12-20 lines
  • have only two or three speakers
  • be fairly realistic in terms of situation and languages.
  • not introduce too much new material
  • contain one or two new grammar points,each repeated two or three times

II. How to use Dialogues. This is one method of using dialogues but there are many others: Let the class HEAR the whole dialohue before they see it in written down. You can:

  • Play a pre-recorded tape.
  • Read out the dialogue yourself,changing your voice for each different speaker.
  • Ask one of your more proficient language students to readone character in the dialogue while you read the other.

After the students have heard the dialogue once, ask a few simple questions about it. Play or read the dialogue again. Ask tsome more difficult question. let the students see the written dialogue. Play or read the dialogue again while the students follow it in their textbooks. Now go through the pronunciation,vocabulary and grammar that you want to teach in this lession. Pay attention to the intonation and stree of key words and phrases. III. Follow-up-some ideas.

  • Let the students read the dialogue in pairs.
  • Let one student read one role and the other student try to speak the other role without book.
  • Let the students make up their own similar dialogue and act it out in front of the class.
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