Interaction & ACTION

IB English B: Interaction & ACTION

In the page Interactive oral activities, I survey the range of activities most commonly used by teachers around the world as "interactive oral activities". Reviewing this material, I note that that almost all of these activities are about discussing theoretically - they involve debating ideas which arise as second-hand from sources such as videos or presentations, or from invented situations in role plays. There is nothing...


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