I’m doing the Speaking section tomorrow and think these tips can help me do a good job.
This class will focus on ways to prepare students for the long turn part of the proficiency speaking exam.
Here you can download my class handout for the long turn:
Here you can download a powerpoint of example long turn questions:
In this part students are required to speak for 2 minutes about a given subject. They will be given a card with a question and 3 bullet points of suggested areas to focus on. Students are required to stay on topic for the 2 minutes but they DO NOT have to cover the bullet points, they are just a guide.
There are 10 examples of genuine long turn questions taken from various handbooks and passed papers on the powerpoint above. What I like to do is set “ambush” long turns; have the powerpoint set up and after finishing a different class activity suddenly put up a question…
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