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Dialogue activities : exploring spoken interaction in the language class

Author: Nick Bilbrough
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Series: Cambridge handbooks for language teachers.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Using dialogues in different contexts, this book provides over 100 practical activities for teachers to adapt for their classrooms. These activities encourage learners to look at the English language through dialogues and spoken interaction from coursebooks, literature and media, as well as authentic conversation extracts. The book explores using dialogue to communicate personal meaning effectively. It covers  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nick Bilbrough
ISBN: 9780521689519 0521689511 9783125395930 3125395933
OCLC Number: 79256774
Description: ix, 244 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
1. Understanding --
1.1. Understanding dialogues: a basic procedure --
1.2. Board grab --
1.3. Reading versus listening --
1.4. Dialogue interpretation worksheets --
1.5. Jigsaw --
1.6. Designing exam questions --
1.7. What are they talking about? --
1.8. Snippets --
1.9. Fairy tale tableaux --
1.10. Lame jokes --
1.11. Working with interviews --
1.12. Dialogue as a way into a graded reader --
1.13. The bit I like --
2. Analysing --
2.1. Tricky words --
2.2. Closed mouth minimal pairs --
2.3. Fishermen --
2.4. Stage directions --
2.5. Authentic versus scripted dialogues --
2.6. Dialogue scan race --
2.7. Filling in --
2.8. Speech acts --
2.9. The teacher does the speaking test --
2.10. Student dialogue reformulation --
2.11. Backchannelling --
3. Reproducing and reconstructing --
3.1. Jumbled lines --
3.2. Dialogue rebuilding --
3.3. The ultimate gapfill --
3.4. Listen again --
3.5. Jumbled reconstruction --
3.6. Dialogue pairs --
3.7. Dialogue retranslation --
3.8. Retranslated tapescript --
3.9. Dubbing --
3.10. From monologue to dialogue --
3.11. Turning news items into dialogue --
3.12. Shadow dialogues --
3.13. Mimed dialogues --
3.14. Modernised voiceovers --
3.15. Roughing up and censoring --
4. Memorising --
4.1. Who said what? --
4.2. Reduced dialogues --
4.3. Story to dialogue --
4.4. Adjacency pair turnover cards --
4.5. Remembering the questions --
4.6. Dialogue halves --
4.7. Line by line --
4.8. Prompts --
5. Rehearsing and performing --
5.1. Chanted dialogue --
5.2. Sounding like a gringo! --
5.3. It's not what you say --
5.4. Students perform the listening material --
5.5. Improvising into a scene --
5.6. Shadowing actors --
5.7. Dialogues with movement --
5.8. Who's next? --
5.9. Conducted dialogue --
5.10. Performance to writing --
5.11. Reader's theatre --
5.12. Direct speech --
5.13. No way Jose --
5.14. Let's have a drink --
6. Co-constructing --
6.1. By name and by nature --
6.2. Half a conversation --
6.3. Dialogue building --
6.4. Community language learning --
6.5. Writing dialogue articles --
6.6. Famous last words --
6.7. Dialogue into song --
6.8. Conversational involvement --
7. Creating and personalising --
7.1. What did we have to say? --
7.2. The words I'd like to own --
7.3. Dice dialogues --
7.4. Speech bubbles --
7.5. Picture dialogues --
7.6. Dark secret scenes --
7.7. Soundtracks --
7.8. Conscience alley --
7.9. From depiction to dialogue --
7.10. Semi-planned roleplay --
7.11. The room talks back --
7.12. Into the future --
8. Communicating --
8.1. Venn diagrams --
8.2. Speed dating --
8.3. Gibberish scenes --
8.4. Dialogue warm-ups --
8.5. The status game --
8.6. Cline debates --
8.7. Gossip --
8.8. Paper talk --
8.9. Multi-speak dialogues --
8.10. ABC dialogues --
8.11. Odds versus evens --
8.12. The yes /no game --
8.13. Robinson Crusoe Island --
8.14. Who's lying? --
8.15. Interclass calls --
8.16. Celebrity ball --
8.17. Boring short stories --
8.18. Read, turn and talk --
9. Dialogue as learning --
9.1. The closed question restaurant --
9.2. Building a life --
9.3. The dating agency --
9.4. Talk and chalk --
9.5. Never-ending dialogue --
9.6. Would you give your teacher a job? --
9.7. The tourists are coming --
9.8. Dialogic text building --
9.9. Cooperative storymaking --
9.10. Teacher in role --
9.11. Interrupting the tapescript --
9.12. Dialogue versus internet --
9.13. Difficult dialogues --
Dialogue Bank A. From the film Mulholland Drive --
Dialogue Bank B. Authentic snippets --
Dialogue Bank C. Snippets from fairy tales --
Dialogue Bank D. Lame jokes --
Dialogue Bank E. Situational dialogues --
Dialogue Bank F. 'Dating Agency' from the comedy series Little Britain.
Series Title: Cambridge handbooks for language teachers.
Responsibility: Nick Bilbrough.
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