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Teaching Interaction Management Directly:
Helping Learners with Part 3 of the
CAE Speaking Exam
by Greg Gobel
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Appendix A: Results from coursebook analysis

Key: number = page number from coursebook x = not addressed or used

lr P = addressed or used through linguistic realizations P = addressed or used

  

Advanced Gold

Fast Track to CAE

Focus on Advanced English CAE

knowing how to bring up initial topics

35x

80x

155x

32x

65x

136x

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130x

161x

40x

95x

154x

185x

108x

202x

  

72-73x

146-147x

 

58x

121x

169x

 

119x

219x

  

developing a topic

35x

80x

155 lr P

32 lr P

65 lr P

136 lr P

173x

46 lr P

194x

226x

54-55 lr P

130 lr P

161x

40 lr P

95x

154 lr P

185 lr P

108 lr P

202x

  

72-73 lr P

146-147x

 

58 lr P

121 lr P

169 lr P

 

119 lr P

219x

 

bringing a new topic as an extension of the previous one

35x

80x

155x

32x

65 lr P

136x

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130x

161x

40x

95x

154 lr P

185x

108 lr P

202x

 

72-73x

146-147x

 

58x

121 lr P

169x

 

119x

219x

 

switching topics

35x

80x

155x

32x

65x

136x

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130x

161x

40x

95x

154x

185x

108x

202x

 

72-73x

146-147x

 

58x

121x

169x

 

119x

219x

 

opening and closing conversations.

35x

80x

155x

32x

65x

136

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130x

161x

40x

95x

154x

185x

108x

202x

 

72-73x

146-147x

 

58x

121x

169x

 

119x

219x

 

signaling to speak

* Masterclass CAE, 11, has tips for signalling

35x

80x

155x

32x

65x

136x

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130x

161x

40x

95x

154x

185x

108x

202x

 

72-73x

146-147x

 

58x

121x

169x

 

119x

219x

 

recognizing the right moment to get a turn and knowing contextually appropriate ways of interrupting

* Masterclass CAE, 51, has expressions for interrupting,

35x

80x

155x

32x

65x

136x

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130x

161x

40x

95x

154x

185x

108x

202x

 

72-73x

146-147x

 

58x

121x

169x

 

119 lr P (only 2)

219x

 

use ‘turn structure’ to hold a turn and not lose it before finishing

35 P

80x

155x

32x

65x

136x

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130x

161x

40x

95x

154x

185x

108x

202x

 

72-73x

146-147x

 

58x

121x

169x

 

119x

219x

 

recognizing other people’s signals to speak

35 P

80x

155x

32x

65x

136

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130x

161x

40x

95x

154x

185x

108x

202x

 

72-73x

146-147x

 

58x

121x

169x

 

119x

219x

 

how to let someone have a turn

* Masterclass CAE, 11, has tips for letting some have a turn

35 P

80x

155x

32x

65 lr P

136x

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130x

161x

40

95x

154x

185x

108x

202x

 

72-73x

146-147x

 

58x

121 lr P

169x

 

119 lr P

219x

 

inclusion of text-based approach

35 P

80x

155x

32x

65x

136x

173x

46x

194x

226x

54-55x

130 P

161x

40x

95x

154x

185x

108x

202x

 

72-73 P

146-147x

 

58x

121x

169x

 

119x

219x

 

*I excluded Masterclass CAE from the full survey because I only had access to the 1996 edition with the old version of Part 3.

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