Literature Review On The Importance Of Speaking English

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LITERATURE REVIEW A. Speaking 1. Definition of Speaking According to Ladouse (1991) speaking is the competence to express our thoughts, to inform something and situation in exact words or the ability to express our ideas orally. It means that when we speak, we express our ideas or acts by producing it into a meaningful spoken language. 2. The Importance of Speaking English Speaking is important because it is one of the effective ways for us to express idea and to inform acts orally and clearly to others. When we can speak fluently, we can easily communicate with others. Zeeshan Naved (2015) argues that English is a common languange for communication around the world. If there are two people from another country who speak different languages,…show more content…
He asserts that speaking tasks in which students try to use any or all of the language they know provide feedback for both teacher and students. He also says that the more students have opportunities to activate the various elements of language they have stored in their brains, the more automatic their use of these elements become. 3. Types of Speaking There are four types of speaking. They are informative, invitational, persuasive, and actuation speaking. - Informative speaking Informative speaking is used to inform something. The goal is to make listeners understand something in the same way that the speaker understands something. In informaative speaking, the speaker shares meaning and ways of understanding uses facts, data, logic, evidence and other solid information and structured presentations to help the listeners understand and remember the information presented. - Invitational speaking Invitational speaking is almost similar to informative speaking, but adds judgment into the speech. Invitational speaking uses evaluative and judgmental language and rational logic to describe something. Similar to informative speaking, it may well appear cool and factual and use classical argumentation…show more content…
Films and TV shows are the central part of students’ lives so it is perfect to bring them into the language classroom. Film, as a motivator, also makes the language learning process more entertaining and enjoyable. - Provides real and varied language It provides a source of real and varied language. Film provides students with examples of English used in real situations outside the classroom, which is interactive language or the language of real-life conversation. Film exposes students to natural expressions and the natural flow of speech. If they are not living in an English-speaking environment, perhaps only film and television can provide learners with this real-life language input. - Gives a visual context The content of the cartoon film enables learners to understand more by interpreting the language in a full visual context. Film boosts the learners’ understanding by empowering them to listen to language exchanges and see such visual supports as facial expressions and gestures simultaneously. These visual clues carry the verbal message and provide a focus of attention. - Variety and

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