Today we discuss about the idea of "fluency" and "accuracy."
So far in Taiwan's educational system, we don't focus much on the "fluency" part of English learning. Good English scores at school cannot actually reflect their ability of English speaking. In most of the cases, they can't even construct their own language.
As for my experience of learning English "speaking" skills, children English helps a lot.
Through the whole process, multiple activities were executed to make sure we can transfer what we learned from the textbooks to speaking ability. For example, board games were played in English. Students were asked to choose characters with English names. Each of them had special abilities, which were described in English. During the game, different missions required us to utilize those dialogues that we just learned.
Also, the most direct way is to limit the language use to English only. Within this task, we all tried our best to explain ourselves in English, though we weren't familiar with it yet.
Now I appreciate this experience a lot, for it makes me not afraid about speaking in English publicly anymore. I believe that this is somehow a beautiful start of "fluency."