How to help your student's fluency
Updated: Nov 12, 2021
Fluency is using language with clear meaning, at reasonable speed, without the listener having to work hard to deal with errors in grammar or word choice. If you want to develop that, read on
While some students and parents are happy with exam focus, others looking into the future want to be comfortable communicating in an international environment.
How do we do that?
Take a look at the list here, and let us know if you want this kind of conversation practice to be part of your lessons. The tutor will guide the conversation and use advanced error correction techniques to help develop fluency in conversation - across a broad range of topics.
Topics for fluency practice
Art: A well-known artist
Buildings: An impressive building in your city
Education: Your favourite subject / teacher at school
Festivals: Your favourite festival
Food: Local and international /fast food / eating habits
Friends: Spending time with friends / qualities of a good friend
Future: Your future plans / our world
Habits: How do you usually spend a Sunday?
Health: What do you do to stay fit and healthy?
History: An important event / person in the history of the world
Homes: Your home and its surroundings
Language: Advantages / the best way to learn / challenges
Leisure: Your hobby / games played in Japan
Literature: An important / interesting book
Movies: Local and international / stars
Music: Different types of music / your favourite singer/song
People: Your grandparents / best friend / neighbour / admired
Scenery: The landscape in various parts of your city
Shopping: Shopping in your city
Sports: Which is the best?
Travelling: A trip to another city / Where would you like to go if …?
Weather: Preferred season / ideal weather / associated problems