Reflection-Based Methodology of Developing Speaking Skills

Elena Frolikova

Abstract

Nowadays being a teacher is impossible without being a reflective practitioner. This means that the system of higher education in teacher-training universities should be aimed at both achieving educational goals and developing students’ reflection. In this paper we describe a methodology that has been created to improve students’ ability to reflect that results in their speaking skills development.

Keywords

Reflection, Reflective Practice, Speaking Skills, Discourse

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