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A study on Activity in Speaking Class: Partner’s Speech Reconstitution(PSR)

KIM, SANG KYUNG 1

1United Seattle and Bellevue Korean Schoo

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this paper is to introduce a new and effective classroom speakingactivity helping student's communication in real situation. It will be one of usefulteaching techniques for teachers because it can be used with other various typesof speaking activities together. The activity is designed by the researcher, andnamed as the Partner's Speech Reconstitution(PSR) in this paper. In chapter 2,Noticing and Output hypothesis which is the theoretic basis of the PSR will bedescribed and the chapter 3 will explain activity methods and examples of thePSR, and then describe its merits and demerits. The researcher applied and practicedthe PSR in the speaking class for international students in the K university forthree semesters. This paper systematically introduces its organized activity. It helpedlearners elicit speaking performance of students who avoided talking in the speakingclass, made the students concentrate in speaking activity, and helped the learnersto talk sufficiently by inducing each student to reconstitute partner's speechproduction.

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