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Integrated Skills in English
See ISE exams.
integrated skills lesson
It is a lesson which requires students to use all four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking).
This refers to who is talking to whom during the lesson, e.g., T-class, st-st, etc.
Lesson plans usually include a column in which planned interactions are recorded.
Interactionist and Developmental Theory
According to this theory of language acquisition, children learn language because they naturally want to communicate. Language therefore emerges from social interaction. As children's language ability develops though communication, it will be strongly affected by their environment.
Interactive listening requires the listener to respond - conversation. Listening which does not require a response (e.g., listening to the radio) is non-interactive. Arguably all listening is in some way interactive because even if you do not need to make a response, there will be some kind of emotional or intellectual response to what you hear.
It is a sound formed by putting the tongue between the teeth (/θ/ and /ð/).
An interjection is some kind of
exclamation or hesitation word or noise (Oh! Ugh, er...) that tells us something about
the speaker's attitude towards what he or she is saying (e.g., pleasure, disgust,