In ‘Talking about Oracy,’ we discuss the factors to consider when implementing oracy strategies into the classroom. The thought of explicitly introducing the frequency of oracy can often be threatened by misconceptions and apprehension surrounding peer-to-peer dialogue in the classroom. If we were to believe that a silent classroom is a sign of effective behaviour management, science practical lessons and physical education lessons would be deemed bedlam.
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