Types of Classroom Speaking Performance

Types of Classroom Speaking Performance
According to Brown, there are six similar categories apply to the kinds of oral production that students are expected to carry out in the classroom.
1) Imitative
Imitative is focused on some particular element of language form that the purpose of meaningful interaction. In imitative categories, the speaking classroom may legitimately be spent generating “a human tape recorder” speech. Such drilling, it offers the students opportunity to listen and to orally repeat certain strings of the language that may pose some linguistics difficulty, either phonological or grammatical.
2) Intensive
Intensive is including any speaking performance that is designed to practice some phonological or grammatical aspect of language. It can be self initiated or can be a part of some pair work activity where the learners are going over certain forms of language.
3) Responsive
The classroom activity encourages the short replies to teacher or students-initiated question or comments. These replies are usually sufficient and do not extend into dialogues.
4) Transactional (Dialogue)
Transactional language, carried out for the purpose of conveying or exchanging specific information. Such conversation may have more of negotative nature to them than do responsive speech.
5) Interpersonal (Dialogue)
Interpersonal categories, the classroom activity purposed of maintain social relationship. It is not only for transmission of facts and information.
6) Extensive (Monologue)
The students at intermediate to advanced levels are called on to give extended monologues in the form of oral report, summarize, or perhaps short speeches.

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