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1.  What did you choose? 10/12/2014 1 What did you choose? 2. Effective communication: what does it involve? 10/12/2014 2 What did you choose? 3.  Nothing can stop…
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  • 1.  What did you choose? 10/12/2014 1 What did you choose?
  • 2. Effective communication: what does it involve? 10/12/2014 2 What did you choose?
  • 3.  Nothing can stop a man with the right mental attitude for achieving his goals. Nothing on earth can help a man with the wrong mental attitude. Thomas Jafferson 10/12/2014 3 What did you choose?
  • 4.  Speaking is fundamental to human communication 10/12/2014 4 What did you choose?
  • 5.  Learning is a complex phenomena so with learning second language and foreign language. Language is primarily a tool of communication. Learning a language means learning to perform communicative speech acts with it. 10/12/2014 5 What did you choose?
  • 6. Kindly use this method to speak. It helps us to speak comfortably , fluently and accurately. Simple and straightforward communication maximize understanding and ensure proper communication without confusion.  KISS:-  Keep  It  Simple and  Straightforward 10/12/2014 6 What did you choose?
  • 7. Leading towards perfection is an attitude to enhance any learning skill. Basic challenge is to decide when, where and how much effort needed for learning proper communication skill. Input =Out put Input determines the language production. 10/12/2014 7 What did you choose?
  • 8.  If we want to grow we need to think “ How do we get language input to maximize positive language production? Let us consider about  Medium of Input  Our own effort  Surrounding:  Family Background  Friend Circle: School/ Working Place 10/12/2014 8 What did you choose?
  • 9.  If we want to grow we need to think “ How do we get language input to maximize positive language production? Let us consider about Sub conscious mind stores all information i.e. the books we read/ the conversation we hear/the movie we watch.  Books /Plays/Drama We get right vocabulary/dialogue/ word power to express our views/concept------------------------------Helps us in production of language 10/12/2014 9 What did you choose?
  • 10.  If we want to grow we need to think “ How do we get language input to maximize positive language production. Let us consider language input we get from these fellow people.  Colleague/Friend/Peer  Teacher  Boss /Higher Authority If you think these fellow people help us in English speaking , either in terms of input of good language or guiding us or a source of English speaking; kindly take help from these people. 10/12/2014 10 What did you choose?
  • 11.  If we want to grow we need to think “ How do we get language input to maximize positive language production. Let us consider language input we get from these medium to produce language used in daily life.  Print and Electronic Medium  Story Reading/ Books/Newspaper/Online journal  Radio/FM/TV/English Programme/English channel/Times Now/ BBC  If you think these medium works in English speaking , kindly work on these mediums. 10/12/2014 11 What did you choose?
  • 12.  Listen first : Learn with your ears and not your Eyes  SSS:- Specific words in specific situation. It comes after a lot of practices  Use of simple language helps us to speak comfortably 10/12/2014 12 What did you choose?
  • 13.  Second Language is not natural as Mother tongue. Listening makes this task easy. Enriches words power/sentence pattern/ specific use of words and sentences in specific situation.  Listening of Podcasts  Electronic Media helps to neutralize your voice modulation, intonation, stress & speed. 10/12/2014 13 What did you choose?
  • 14.  We have not seen a successful person in any field i.e. a student, an actor , a player, a writer , a doctor , a musician who becomes master/skilled person without doing continuous practice. Practice Practice to speak 10/12/2014 14 What did you choose?
  • 15.  Practice  Practice to speak  No one can reach at the level of perfection without practice –practice ----and practice  Practice to speak in English at least 3 minutes in a day to speak on any topic  If we face problem , first write what we want to speak then we can------------------------  If we think , we can ; then only we can speak properly  Develop a habit to speaking for ownself 10/12/2014 15 What did you choose?
  • 16.  No magic mantra does work for good communication skill  If we open our mouth to speak ; if we try to speak then only we will be able to speak  (Bologe to Shikhoge) Only Speaking will provide remedy for a good speaker  Practice speaking a language without HESITATION 10/12/2014 16 What did you choose?
  • 17.  Listen and Answer, not Listen and Repeat:- Listen to understand.  Use polite language  Use language in direct speech/active voice instead of using passive /indirect way -indirect way of saying increases chances for mistakes 10/12/2014 17 What did you choose?
  • 18.  Avoid negative words –instead use positive words in a negative form.  Don’t say: I think that is a bad idea. Say: I don’t think that is such a good idea.  Avoid ‘finger pointing’ statement with the word ‘you’. Try to avoid saying ‘you’ and put the focus on “I” or We”…….. 10/12/2014 18 What did you choose?
  • 19. Do not HESITATE to SPEAK 10/12/2014 19 What did you choose?
  • 20.  Practice, just practice is the best way to learn-------------------------Listen, speak and practice, practice and practice------  Ignore your discomfort-feel the fear and do it anyway  Keep going until it becomes habit  Don’t afraid to commit mistakes while speaking in English 10/12/2014 20 What did you choose?
  • 21.  Trial and Error is the best method to learn English.  Take small steps  Do not be put off by others-commit hundreds of mistakes in a day but never stops speaking in English. 10/12/2014 21 What did you choose?
  • 22.  Concern what is best for his learners  Ready to exchange information and experience with peers to develop insight about learners’ error  Understanding the source of errors to make the way for the learner the way s/he understand(simplifies content according to learners’ level) 10/12/2014 22
  • 23.  “Teachers have to inspire and convince learners that teachers welcome their questions and worries. Positive comments on their work are also accommodating to motivate learners to pursue more (Wright, 1987; Richards & Lockhart, 1996)”. 10/12/2014 23
  • 24. Rajeev Ranjan B.Ed(English), PGDTE & PGDPC English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad Email .Id : rajeevbhuvns@gmail.com 04/12/15 24" Teaching is an art". Rajeev Ranjan
  • 25.  Ester D. Jimena, Central Philippine University, Philippines, Herwindy Maria Tedjaatmadja, Petra Christian University, Indonesia, Meng Tian, Shanxi Teachers University, China  Bartram, M. & R. Walton (1991) Correction. London: LanguageTeaching Publications.  Gower, R., D. Phillips & S. Walters (1995) Teaching Practice Handbook. Oxford: Macmillan Education  Krashen, S. D. (1987) Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition  Leech, G. (1994). Students’ Grammar – Teachers’ Grammar – Learners’ Grammar in Grammar and The Language teachers, edited by Martin Bygate, Alan Tonkyn  Wright, T. (1987) Roles of Teachers & Learners. Oxford: Oxford University Press  http://www.jstor.org/stable/801169?seq=5  Pictures (Personal ) 04/12/15 25" Teaching is an art". Rajeev Ranjan
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