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I am a tutor and I get good responses from students for communication training (advanced) and spoken English training. These students who are into communication training category have decent to good English skills but still need improvement. So they are constantly asking me for speaking training / spoken only. What topics do I cover for such students who needs only topics to talk?

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Hello Amsa, I would suggest you can give them short stories for reading and then you can ask them to present it in front of the class but give them only 5 to mins for preparation, you know like impromptu speech. The other option is you can give extempore topics to your students for speaking exercises.... read more
Hello Amsa, I would suggest you can give them short stories for reading and then you can ask them to present it in front of the class but give them only 5 to mins for preparation, you know like impromptu speech. The other option is you can give extempore topics to your students for speaking exercises. Then you can give current topics for presentations. You can have jam sessions, like group discussion. You can also give role play cues to the students. All these activities can help them in speaking. read less
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You can cover a wide range of topics beginning from things surrounding them, to their hobbies and personalities. This should then be followed by extempers on national and international general awareness topics. Hope it helps.
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Practically Speaking, Student who have decent English knowledge have two issues. Yes, check these student, they might have fair written English abilities, when they speak they struggle. Give them a piece of paper and ask them to write 5-7 lines, they will write it nicely. Make them talk about the topic... read more
Practically Speaking, Student who have decent English knowledge have two issues. Yes, check these student, they might have fair written English abilities, when they speak they struggle. Give them a piece of paper and ask them to write 5-7 lines, they will write it nicely. Make them talk about the topic for 2 minutes, they will make errors. Now teach them Tenses and basic grammar, followed by new article reading session. You will improve the quality of teaching and your students will have Better Practical Learning. read less
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Pick a topic daily and ask them to speak on them and ask the to express their views, tell them their mistakes and motivate them time to time. The more they speak the more they will learn. Don't cut them in between but give them suggestions at the end of the discussion. Choose the easy topics first. E.g.... read more
Pick a topic daily and ask them to speak on them and ask the to express their views, tell them their mistakes and motivate them time to time. The more they speak the more they will learn. Don't cut them in between but give them suggestions at the end of the discussion. Choose the easy topics first. E.g. The first day of school, memorable moment etc. and then give them the topics like corruption, poverty, child labour etc. but you have to be prepared for that because it's you who will correct them in case of mistakes. read less
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Ask students to pick a topic of their choice (anything that interests them and they are comfortable with it). Let them talk on that topic - listen to them and correct them as they keep talking.
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Ask them to pick a topic of their own and speak about the same without the usage of any other language words like (e.g.Hindi) ki, toh,phir, chal, theek hai, etc.
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From what I have experienced over the last two years, is that students will write wonderfully but will fumble and make errors when asked to speak. Ask them to speak in English with each other, like start from small things like complementing each other on their clothes, hair, perfume, etc. This way they... read more
From what I have experienced over the last two years, is that students will write wonderfully but will fumble and make errors when asked to speak. Ask them to speak in English with each other, like start from small things like complementing each other on their clothes, hair, perfume, etc. This way they can start a conversation and English and then automatically it continues to be a considerably long conversation. Let them make errors at first, simultaneous sessions on grammar will help. Also, what others are saying, ask them to read a short story and then let them present it after 10 mins in their own language. read less
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Please focus on presentation skills and public presentation. That would surely help to fine tune the communication skills.
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Give them a topic and ask them to speak, speaking and communicating more will help improve, hold group discussions on simple topics.
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Vocabulary training is quite different. It needs more practice. I suggest practice the same in a group & make the video for the same & show the students to improve. Once the students are comfortable involve them in Role play. These technique will certainly help.
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