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what are the acctivities to develop all the sub skills of speaking english
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Anonymouswhat are the acctivities to develop all the sub skills of speaking english

Could you explain your question further please?
Well, I could take a guess. However, I don't believe I've ever heard of a universal list of speaking subskills. I think there are many skills you can come up with, and I'm sure all of them are equally relevant.

Anyway, if I had to take a guess, I think I would go for:

- fluency
- accuracy
- grammar
- coherence
- pronuciation

How about that?

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I'm not so sure grammar has anything to do with speaking skills

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I'm not so sure grammar has anything to do with speaking skills

Yet without grammar skills, how would you be able to form and say the above sentence?

Clive
Monitor your stress pattern, intonation, appropriate use of pauses, facial expressions and body language along with verbal language.
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Anonymoussub skills of speaking English
FYI.

Depending on the level and ability of your students, in the sphere of speaking there are several sub-skills worth looking at:

pronunciation
using stress, rhythm and intonation‏‎ well enough so that people can understand what is said
using the correct forms of words
word order
using appropriate vocabulary
using the appropriate language register‏‎
building an argument

These sub-skills go towards the main goal of teaching speaking: being able to hold a steady, understandable conversation. They are often dealt with on a as-needs basis rather than as general lessons.

http://www.icaltefl.com/speaking-skills-in-tefl

CJ
Anonymous what are the acctivities to develop all the sub skills of speaking english
How can l ask teacher students about speaking and listening skills?
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