A read aloud Task: Teacher listen a recording evaluate the students in a series of phonological factors and fluency. Some variations of this task are:
- reading a scripted dialogue with someone else
- reading sentences containing minimal pairs
- reading information from a table chart
Sentence/ dialogue completion task: Students read through the dialogue so he can think about proper lines to fill in. The teacher produces one part orally and the stundents responds
Picture cued Tasks: The picture-cued required a description from the test taker
Question and answer: Students respond questions that the test administrator asks
Giving Instructions and Directions: The test-taker is asked to give directions or instructions
Paraphrasing: The test-taker is asked to paraphrase in two or three sentences what he heard or read.
Interview: It is a face-to-face exchange between test administrator and test taker. The stages of an interview are
- Level Check
Role play is a common pedagogical activities used in communicative English classes
Discusssions and Conversations: These two speaking tasks provide a level of authenticity and spontaneity that other assessment techniques may not provice
Games are an informal assessment task but they are not commonly used.
Oral Presentations are the most common task for evaluacting extensive speaking nd thet are evaluated based on content and delivery.
Picture-cued story telling: Students describe a story based on series of pictures that they previously saw.
Re-Telling a story, News Event: Students are asked to tell a story of a new of something they heard or read.
Imitative speaking tasks are based on repetition. You just need to repeat a sentence you hear
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