oracy


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oracy

(ˈɔːrəsɪ)
n
(Linguistics) the capacity to express oneself in and understand speech
[C20: from Latin or-, os mouth, by analogy with literacy]
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MONMOUTHSHIRE | Ysgol Gymraeg Y Fenni Improved pupils' oracy skills by revisiting assessment procedures, teaching strategies and the opportunities that pupils have within the curriculum.
Contract awarded for Supply of instructor for secondary 3 normal technical (nt) oracy and movie production workshop in boon lay secondary school
Even more beneficially, thanks to substantial US Defence Department funding, school-age learning of Chinese in America is also beginning to attract the attention of researchers (Knell &West, 2015), and guides are being drawn up for oracy and literacy development (Curtain et al.
Spanish), to introduce the new concept and content through oracy, reading and writing, including building background knowledge and checking for understanding without mixing the languages for instruction.
The project has undoubtedly helped us to raise standards in oracy in several groups of learners, helped us to target key objectives and demonstrated an innovative, new and fun approach to learning.
The school delivers a first language oracy program that is taught from pre-school to the middle school years and also supports some senior school subjects in four different languages (Kuninjku, Ndjebbana, Burarra and Djinang).
The role of drama is self-evident in the most basic of all literacies, oracy (the ability to listen actively and speak articulately).
Today the word numeracy has become a necessary entry in the lexicon of education (along with literacy, oracy, auracy, graphicy and so on), although it has definite democratic undertones, so that unlike elitism and employment, all can aspire to it.
They can see the results of recent assessments in literacy, oracy, and numeracy and learn about the various strategies used to effectively support learning.
3) Nos anos 1960, assumiu a disciplina o psiquiatra Eli Bonini Garcia, que fez cursos na Escola Livre de Sociologia e Politica em Sao Paulo e participou de pesquisas com Oracy Nogueira.
Spanish oracy and literacy are formally taught in public schools in Tlapa, where the average duration of schooling for the generation of Melissa's parents was 2.