تکلیف ششم - سخنرانی

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تکلیف ششم - سخنرانی

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  • زمان مطالعه 4 دقیقه
  • سطح ساده

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Task 6 - Lecture

Speaking task number six is the final speaking task on the TOEFL, and it is another integrated, with a listening only task. There is no reading here. But, what we do here in the recording. The lecture is very similar to what you hear in other lectures. First, it introduces a topic.

Then, it gives some specific details of examples to help explain that topic. This is, as I said, similar to some other things that you’ve heard. It’s quite similar to lectures that you hear in the listening section of the test only it’s a bit shorter, the listening section lectures are usually around five minutes, these on the other hand. The speaking section task six lectures, are about two minutes or even less.

The content is very similar to the lecture in speaking task four also. And the length is very similar here. They’re close to two minutes. But, in speaking task four, you have a definition in a reading. In task six, there is no reading. So, you’ll hear a definition or explanation of some, idea or phenomenon.

In the lecture, not in the reading. The question is also actually pretty similar to speaking task number four. You’re going to summarize what you hear in the lecture. Now you’re going to have to use specifics. Remember that the professor in the lecture will give details. Concrete, real world details.

You need to use those same details or examples that these professor gives you. If you simply define the idea, and only talk generally then you’re not completing the task, and it shows that you didn’t understand the listening fully. Instead, you need to use those details and use the examples, in order to illustrate the big idea. The clock is very similar to speaking task five.

In fact. It’s exactly the same. You’ll listen for one to two minutes, you’ll read the question, you’ll have 20 seconds to plan, and 60 seconds to speak. The lectures are usually a little bit longer than conversations, so this is closer to two minutes.

Officially, ETS says that they are 60 seconds to 90 seconds, but most samples, most examples, and most test that I’ve seen are nearer to two minutes. That’s 120 seconds clearly. The planning time is worth remembering, is time to plan your answer and you don’t really need to take notes then because you took those notes during the listening.

So you have a full 20 seconds to read back over your notes. And plan your sentences before you begin speaking. And after that minute is finished, then that is the end of the speaking section of the test. And that’s all for this video. Thank you.

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