BKOF (Part 3)

Some idea for BKOF:

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBrFbXB7EAg
  2. https://busyteacher.org/15088-how-to-improve-esl-intonation-stress-7-exercises.html

So by now we would have a few ideas for exercises for BKOF [Don’t know what BKOF is? Ask at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TESOLJAPAN/].

Grammar, well, think about it. How do we speak?

When speaking, we will introduce a topic, then give information on that topic.

Would everyone agree?

How could we introduce a task [or exercise] to help students think about introducing a topic, then give information on that topic? Pretty simple when you think about it as we do it all the time.

Statement, information, conclusion, right?

So what grammar would we use to introduce each aspect of our target conversation?

Check out this speaking tips guide for IELTS: https://www.fluentu.com/blog/ielts/ielts-grammar/

Sequence adverbs are always awesome: https://www.businessenglish.com/grammar/sequence-adverbs.html?lang=eng

What we could end up doing is to listen to a sample IELTS general speaking role-play, listen for the grammar used, then ask students why that particular grammar point was used [Handouts on grammar can be found at: http://bit.ly/TSLHNDOT

Think of some ideas for what you would do to exercise structure and post your answers to: