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Discussion Starters : Speaking Fluency Activities for Advanced ESL/EFL Students

Discussion Starters : Speaking Fluency Activities for Advanced ESL/EFL Students - 96 edition

Discussion Starters : Speaking Fluency Activities for Advanced ESL/EFL Students - 96 edition

ISBN13: 9780472083343

ISBN10: 0472083341

Discussion Starters : Speaking Fluency Activities for Advanced ESL/EFL Students by Keith S. Folse - ISBN 9780472083343
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 96
Copyright: 1996
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Published: 1996
International: No
Discussion Starters : Speaking Fluency Activities for Advanced ESL/EFL Students by Keith S. Folse - ISBN 9780472083343

ISBN13: 9780472083343

ISBN10: 0472083341

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 96

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Summary

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate to Advanced

Each unit contains exercises that provide speaking interaction about a central topic or idea. In most of these activities, students must work together in pairs or small groups to reach a conclusion about a topic. Contemporary political and social topics enable students to engage in lively dialogue about issues they face in their daily lives, such as smoking regulation, the environment, and multiculturalism. There is ample background material in the text to prepare students in advance for a discussion. Thus students can spend their class time speaking about and discussing topics rather than reading about them. A unique and important feature of this text is the inclusion of homework exercises that call on students to sort out their ideas and opinions before coming to class. This allows students to be prepared for the speaking activities in class and is of special importance to less confident speakers.