Sunday, October 5, 2014

How to get a higher score on the Toefl Speaking

You have taken the plunge and signed up for the TOEFL test.  Now you have to study but How? 
This blog post gives you practical advice about how to study so you can raise your speaking score. 

http://www.examenglish.com/TOEFL/toefl_speaking_study_secrets.html



Key Terms
complaint
go blank
TOEFL-style
 imitation
speech patterns
stressed out
 identified
self-assessment

Questions
What part of the TOEFL is the most difficult for you? 
Which part of English grammar is your weak point?
Which part of English grammar is your strong point?
How much time do you plan to study for the test?
How much time do you spend speaking English during a typical day?
How long have you been studying English? 
Why do you need to take this test?
What English tests have you taken in the past? 
Were you satisfied with your score?
Which strategy that your read about in the article is new to you? 
Would you try to apply this strategy?


Lesson Plan by Rachael Alice Otbach - Professional English Teacher  


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