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The Importance of Verbal Communication 414
The Importance of Verbal Communication
  • The use of the target language by the teacher and students is an excellent way to improve  and  enhance communication skills
  • Dialogs, skits and games should be based on thematic activities
  • Focus as much as possible on oral production
  •  Focus on communication tasks which are based on real life experiences of the students,  as well as  social activities  which interest and  motivate  students to learn how to speak the target language
  • Dialogs and tasks should focus on interaction as opposed to memory
  • Spoken production requires students to learn new vocabulary on continuous basis
  • Give students ample opportunities to practice target language (time in class to practice interaction with new vocabulary learned in each unit)
  • Give the student more than one opportunity for assessment and evaluation
  • Know the learner and allow him or her to use visuals, cues, English words or sentences they can refer to while speaking
  • Use Multiple Intelligences and Differentiated Instructions to access different learning styles
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