There is a natural increase in lexical richness from dialogue to monologue and from oral production to written production.
What does OP stand for?
OP stands for Oral Production (test)
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See other definitions of OP
We have 29 other meanings of OP in our Acronym Attic
- Opposing Party (legal notation and billing)
- Opposite (volleyball position)
- Optical Power
- Optimal Partitioning (sectorization method)
- Optimus Prime (Leader of the Autobots, icon of the 80s)
- Optional Procedure
- Opus (Latin: A Work; used in referring to music)
- Oral Participation
- Oral Presentation
Samples in periodicals archive:
As in this case we follow an integrated type of teaching and, if we take into account the opinion of different authors, the role of oral production depends on the teacher (Bailey Savage, 1994; Celce-Murcia, Brinton & Goodwin, 1996); motivation of the speaker (Brown, 1994); the affective bond (Brown, 1994; Vivanco, 2002); the communication of new information (Lynch, 1996; Thompson, 1996); conversation knowledge (Rost, 1996) and, finally, communicative tasks (Lynch, 1996).
A BROAD DEFINITION OF 'DRAMA' BASED ON A RANGE OF SOURCES (SEE REFERENCES) MIGHT BE; ORAL PRODUCTION WHICH INVOLVES LEARNERS CREATIVELY PORTRAYING THEMSELVES OR OTHERS IN IMAGINARY SITUATIONS.
They investigate cognitive and processing mechanisms in instructed SLA, such as instructed learners' fluency and implicit/explicit language processes, psycholinguistic aspects of gender acquisition, language analytic ability and oral production, and formal instruction and the acquisition of verbal morphology.
The hegemortic presence in this case is an antagonistic person or an oppressive community whose intent is to control the individual's narrative--especially, as in Hurstort's novel when that tale exists as an oral production in a community whose basic communication operates in oral transmission.
This workshop also contains several oral production activities involving speech recognition that are aimed at helping the learner improve his/her pronunciation.
He continues by stating that methodologies that emphasize oral production also promote extensive comprehension practice.