Spoken Skills

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Project Description

Elementary Level

Express opinions. Ask for more information. Introduce a friend.

  • Express likes and dislikes.
  • Create and dramatize a group discussion.
  • Support ideas with reasons.
  • Discuss , describe , and report on special possessions.
  • React to general and surprising information.
  • Create and dramatize a business meeting.
  • Give advice using the imperative verb.
  • Create and dramatize a situation about phobias.
  • Express an unexpected or surprising result using even though
  • Create and dramatize an interview with a risk-taker.
  • Express agreement, disagreement, and uncertainty.
  • Create and dramatize a conversation between parents.
  • Express and explain reasons and results.
  • Create and present TV commercial.

Pr-intermediate Level

  • Ask and answer questions about jobs, interests, and skills
  • Create and dramatize job interviews.
  • Express various levels of agreement and disagreement.
  • Support opinions with examples.
  • Create, give, and report on a survey about student life.
  • Compare products and services. Make and respond to suggestions.
  • Negotiate for foods and services.
  • Summarize key information.
  • Create and dramatize a situation about manners.
  • Ask for and provide clarification or repetition.
  • Participate in a debate about the role of government in reducing obesity.
  • Ask follow-up questions.
  • Recognize and use signal phrases in presentations.
  • Express concern.
  • Prepare and present a TV commercial.
  • Present and defend a position.
  • Give reasons and examples to explain general statements.
  • Participate in a small-group discussion.

Intermediate Level

  • Use appropriate language to agree and disagree.
  • Discuss, interpret and create aphorism.
  • Apply strategies to keep a conversation going.
  • Create and dramatize a story about an experience with crime.
  • Discuss opinions about effects of space exploration, offering reasons and examples.
  • Analyze and categorize effects.
  • Use language strategies to appeal to emotions.
  • Create and dramatize a persuasive advertisement.
  • Use follow-up questions to extend conversations, ask for clarification, or gain information.
  • Create and dramatize a job interview.
  • Evaluate and debate the effects of tourism.
  • Participate in a simulation. Defend and support a proposal .
  • Use transitions when making oral presentations.
  • Prepare and present an oral report.
  • Use strategies to interrupt polity and hold the floor.
  • Participate in an academic seminar.

Upper-Intermediate

  • State and report opinions and support them with relevant explanations and arguments
  • Present scenarios and lead small group discussions.
  • Use specific examples to support main ideas and opinions.
  • Prepare and present a speech about an obstacle

Summarize a case study and dramatize a scenario about sleep deprivation.

Present and defend an argument.

  • Make suggestions.
  • Create and dramatize a family meeting.
  • Prioritize ideas.
  • Create and present a Public Service Announcement
  • Ask for and offer clarification.
  • Create and dramatize a public school board meeting.
  • Discuss pros and cons.
  • Express concessions and present counterarguments.

Advanced Level

  • Prophase a speaker’s ideas.
  • Interpret graphs.
  • Prepare and deliver an oral presentation using ‘rich pictures’.
  • Recognize and use expressions to introduce, defend, and express multiple sides of an issue.
  • Plan a group discussion, summarize an ethical dilemma , and present various solutions.
  • Initiate and maintain a conversation.
  • Express and defend preferences.
  • Interpret cartoons.
  • Emphasize a point in a conversation.
  • Present an argument.
  • Make concessions to introduce counterarguments.
  • Prepare and deliver an oral presentation.
  • Prepare for and engage in a debate.
  • Recognize and use language that builds and expands on others’ ideas.
  • Prepare and deliver a mini-lecture.
  • Prepare for and participate in a simulation of a public meeting.
  • Use summary statements to demonstrate understanding.
  • Prepare for and participate in a simulation of a policy meeting.