ORAL EVALUATIONS :speaking_head_in_silhouette: - Coggle Diagram
Speaking proficiency of students can be measured by looking at 10 components of speaking.
Teachers are often required to evaluate the speaking proficiency of their students. On far too many occasions, instructors conduct this evaluation too subjectively with insufficient measurable data to back up their findings.
This would be related to the order of a sentence. (subject, predicate, adjectives...)
Refers to a speaker's ability to enunciate the various consonants, consonant blends, vowels, and vowel blends in words, words linked together, and words in sentences.
This refers to body language when speaking.
Volume of Voice
This refers too to how loudly or softy a person speaks.
Responses to Oral and Graphic Stimuli
Refers to how quickly a speaker can answer an oral question or respond to a query about a picture.
Usage of Vocabulary
Word usage is a reflection of the depth of vocabulary and experience of speaking on different occasions.
Tone of Voice
This is about the emotion speakers express in their speech to show.
Fluency means being able to speak continuously by chunking and linking words together.
May refer to using the parts of speech correctly in sentences, using verb tenses accurately, and having the correct agreement between subjects and predicates.
Stress and Intonation
Refers to the primary accent of multi-syllabic words.
Vehicles Used in Conducting Speaking Evaluations
A Role Play
Responses to a Picture
Group Discussion Task