What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘speaking activities’?   Leave a comment


1) What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘speaking activities’?
2) Do you think speaking activities are important? Why?
3) What kind of speaking activities do you like best?
4) Do you like the speaking activities your teacher gives you?
5) Do you have an example of how a speaking activity improved your speaking?
6) Do you know of any websites that have good speaking activities?
7) Do you prefer to do speaking activities sitting in your seat or walking around the classroom? Why?
8) Do you always understand the reasons why the teacher asks you to do a particular speaking activity?
9) What kind of partner do you like when you do speaking activities?
10) How important are speaking activities compared with reading, listening and writing activities?


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1) Do you like doing speaking activities in class?
2) Do you ever think speaking activities are a waste of time?
3) Do you prefer speaking activities with one or two other partners or speaking activities with the whole class?
4) Is the topic important when you do a speaking activity?
5) What things are important for a speaking activity to be successful?
6) What advice would you give to a shy student who lacks confidence to do speaking activities?
7) How important are mistakes when you do speaking activities?
8) How long do you think speaking activities should be?
9) Do you think you need a speaking activity in every class?
10) What questions would you like to ask your teacher about speaking activities?








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