ACD Session No: 396 : SPEAKING SKILLS Concluded on Saturday, October 21 2017

Speaking is a crucial part of second language learning and teaching.Today’s world requires that the goal of teaching speaking should improve students’ communicative skills, because, only in that way, learners can express themselves and learn how to follow the social and cultural rules appropriate in each communicative circumstance

Language input comes in the form of teacher talk, listening activities, reading passages, and the language heard and read outside of class. It gives learners the material they need to begin producing language themselves.

Objectives : This session will  give exposure to all  participants to 

  • Practice speaking activbities for learning  Target language  in a class
  • İdentify contrroled , semi controlled and  free practice  activities for developing speaking skills Plan , practice and present  well (excersises , games  and activities)  in a speaking lesson
  • Do s and Don’ts for a speaking lesson .

Fehmida Khadim, is an educationalist with specialized expertise in School Administration and Teaching of Pakistan Studies (History and Geography) in O level classes. She  is presently working as a Deputy Director Training of The Educational Research Institute (ERI) and Visiting  Faculty  For O level Pakistan Studies  in The Intellect School .She is an active member of Finance Committee of SPELT.  Has recently served as an Assistant Teacher in Agha Khan University  institute SONAM for  blended teaching (face to face and  e-learning)  Project for  Degree Classes  . She has authored 4   English   Textbook for STBB in collaboration with the SPELT team. Has also written text for Social Studies books of grade VI, VIII and IX. She has conducted several workshops for the teachers of different levels and has been also presenting workshops at the SPELT International Conferences since years.


SPELT House:  101 First Floor Plot No. C-28 Khe-Ittehad, Lane 12 Phase II Ext. D.H.A, Karachi

Date & Time

October,21  2017

3:00 to 5:00 pm