Learning to Listen
Developing your Oral Skills - Ways of Listening and Practicing Speaking
How to Learn Using Audiovisuals
How to work on Monologues
How to deal with Dialogues (balanced turn-taking, appropriate structure)
How to begin Dialogues
How to hold rational Discussions
How to prepare an Oral Presentation
Developing Communicative Strategies for various scenarios
Communicative Strategies: what's the word for...?
Problem-solving and Teamwork: Fighting Silence in the Language Lesson
Brainstorming for Speaking Tasks (example for B2 or FCE levels)
How to describe a picture
Course 2013-14. On MF's blog Plans-n-what-we-did, some procedures:
- How to work on your monologs at home
- How to work on your monologs in class
- Your Speaking File
- Your Listening Diary
Exercises - Listening / Speaking
Skills - Listening, Skills - Speaking
NB: Although I use US American English as much as I can, in International English here in Europe, "dialog" and "monolog" are not used at all, which seems to mean that, for the context of International English, at least in Europe, the prevailing word this time is the British one.
I will go into this one day. In any case, the standard spelling I should be using should be "dialog" and "monolog".