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1st publ.
Cambridge : Cambridge University, 1991
xi,162 s.

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ISBN 0-521-27384-6 (brož.)
Cambridge language teaching library
Obsahuje rejstřík.
Bibliografie: s. 160-161.
Angličtina mluvená - vyučování - příručky učitelské
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Contents // Acknowledgements vii Preface ix // Data: recorded materials and transcripts x // 1 The spoken language i // 1.0 Preliminaries i // 1.1 Spoken and written language i // 1.2 Functions of language ?? // 1.3 Structured long turns 16 // 1.4 Spoken language models and feasibility 20 // 1.5 Feasibility — what can be taught? 23 // 1.6 Texts 24 // 2 Teaching spoken production 25 // 2.0 The production of spoken language 25 // 2.1 The aims of the course 27 // 2.2 Interactional short turns 28 // 2.3 Transactional turns 33 "Communicative stress’ 34 Grading tasks: events in time 37 // Grading tasks: descriptions and instructions 46 Grading tasks: the discour sal approach 50 // Pronunciation and intonation 53 // 3 Teaching listening comprehension 54 // 3.0 ‘Listening comprehension ought to be naturally acquired’ 54 // 3.1 Teaching listening comprehension 55 // 3.2 What might ‘listening comprehension’ mean? // 3.3 Native listening: context and co-text 60 // 3.4 Native listening: strategies 69 // 3.5 Background: British background and culture Background: the speaker’s voice 76 // Contents // 3.6 Choosing materials 80 // Grading materials: by speaker 80 // Grading materials: by intended listener 82 // Grading materials: by content 83 // Grading materials: by support 85 // Choosing materials: types of purpose 88 // 3.7 Approaching a text 89 // 3.8 Assessing listening comprehension 99 // 4 Assessing spoken language 102 // 4.0 Introduction 102 // 4.1 Assessing spoken English
production 103 // 4.2 Practical requirements 104 An assessment profile 104 The student’s tape 105 Speech in different modes 107 Task types 108 // The information gap in // Scoring procedures 112 // 4.3 Principles underlying the methodology 117 Elicit speech which has a purpose 117 // Elicit extended chunks of speech 118 Elicit structured or organised speech ? 8 Control the input 120 // Quantify the notion of ’communicative effectiveness’ // 4.4 Task types and scoring procedures 122 // Tasks: general conditions 122 // Task type A: description 123 // Task type B: instruction!description 116 // Task type C: story-telling 131 // Task type D: the eye-witness account 138 // Task type E: opinion-expressing 142 // 4.5 Can listening comprehension be assessed? 144 // Illustrations Bibliography Index 162 // 150 // 160

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