Developing Students' Communicative Competence through the Use of Communicative Strategies

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Title
Developing Students' Communicative Competence through the Use of Communicative Strategies
Title Alternative
大学生の英語伝達能力を育てる授業に向けて
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Background

Improving students' communicative competence is usually an aim of many, if not most, EFL teachers and EFL researchers and it has been recognized that students learning a second language need to develop communicative strategies to help them overcome or compensate for the inevitable breakdowns in communication occur.

With this in mind, this "Basic English Conversation Course" and a section of the General Education Speaking-Writing class at a university in Japan were designed to give students the tools to interrupt, ask questions, give verbal and non-verbal signs they understood or didn't understand, to ask questions for meaning, and to rephrase and describe vocabulary all in a manner taking into account the social situation in which the conversation was taking place. Learning to recognize social register was also an important part of the course.

Author
著者 Gerardine McCROHAN
著者(ヨミ)
著者(別表記)
著者 Paul BATTEN
著者(ヨミ)
著者(別表記)
Publication Title
香川大学教育研究
Publication Title Alternative
JOURNAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND RESEARCH KAGAWA UNIVERSITY
Volume
7
Start Page
99
End Page
107
Publisher
香川大学大学教育開発センター
Publisher Aalternative
Center for Research and Educational Development in Higher Education, Kagawa University
Published Date
2010-3
ISSN
1349-0001
NCID
AA1197154X
Resource Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Language
eng
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Set
香川大学
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