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OPOriginal Poster
OPOperator (IRC)
OPOpus (Latin: A Work; used in referring to music)
OPOriginal Poster (internet newsgroups and message boards)
OPOther People
OPOne Piece (Anime)
OPOcean Pacific
OPOut of Print
OPOffice of the President
OPOpportunity (Ads)
OPOutput (Hyper Logo command)
OPOffice Professional
OPOak Park (Illinois)
OPOpposite (volleyball position)
OPOutput Power
OPOrganized Play (gaming)
OPOutpost (gaming)
OPOperating Profit
OPOrder of Preachers (Roman Catholicism; Dominican)
OPOverland Park (Kansas)
OPOld Patient
OPOral Presentation
OPOff-Peak (time)
OPOperating Procedure(s)
OPOverpowered (gaming)
OPOpening Post (internet message boards)
OPOrder Processing
OPOutreach Program
OPOne Power (Wheel of Time series)
OPOlympic Peninsula (Washington)
OPOffice of Policy (Social Security)
OPOptimus Prime (Leader of the Autobots, icon of the 80s)
OPOperating Pressure
OPOperator Panel
OPOil Pulling
OPOpposing Party (legal notation and billing)
OPObservation Point
OPOrganophosphate (insecticide)
OPOffice Productivity (course)
OPOptical Power
OPOrifice Plate (flowmeters)
OPOrder of Precedence
OPObservation Post
OPOsuuspankki (Finnish banking cooperative)
OPOperationssaal (German: Operating Room)
OPOriginal Production
OPOpen Pollinated (botany)
OPOrganophosphorus (pesticide)
OPOld Persian (linguistics)
OPOropharynx (anatomy)
OPOsmotic Pressure
OPOperation Phoenix (San Bernadino, CA after school program)
OPOperating Plan
OPOverly Powerful
OPOxidative Phosphorylation
OPOpportunities Page (CECOM)
OPOperational Priority (US Navy)
OPOffensive Power (online gaming)
OPOperations Order
OPOrdinis Praedicatorum (Latin: Order of Preachers)
OPOrdo Praedicatorum (Latin: Order of Preachers; formal name of Dominicans, a Catholic religious institution)
OPOrthographic Projection
OPOver Powered (gaming)
OPOperations Procedures
OPOrdnance Personnel (US Navy)
OPOxygen Pressure
OPOutpatient Pharmacy
OPOperational Program
OPOther Procurement
OPOriginal Pack (pharmacology)
OPOrder Point
OPOperation Officer (Navy)
OPOcciput Posterior (fetal position)
OPOil Purifier
OPOperational Picture
OPOrder of the Pelican (Society for Creative Anachronism)
OPOsteitis Pubis
OPOperation Point
OPOpponens Pollicis
OPOuvrier Professionnel (French: Professional Worker)
OPOptional Procedure
OPOral Production (test)
OPOccupation Permit (Hong Kong)
OPOperations Panel
OPOlden Polynice (basketball player)
OPOriginating Party
OPOligodendrocyte Progenitor
OPOver-Proof (of alcohol)
OPOperation Register
OPOpacity Project
OPOral Participation
OPOutsource Philippines
OPOptimal Partitioning (sectorization method)
OPOrbit Prediction
OPOperator Personal
OPOrbiter Payload
OPOrienteering Problem
OPOrdnance Pamphlet
OPOhjelmointiputka (Finnish programming site)
OPOutpicked (gaming)
OPOrdnance Publication
OPOperational Phase/Project
OPOpponents Pollicis
OPDominican Sisters of Divine Providence (religious order)
OPOvernight Per Diem
OPOverlap Pulsing
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This study followed a qualitative approach given that its objective was to gain a deeper understanding of the factors that encourage or discourage oral participation during foreign language classroom instruction.
The emotions journal entries enabled the identification of factors influencing students' oral participation.
The research question aimed to reveal factors that influence students' oral participation during English language class and to identify factors affecting male and female students (see Table 1).
In the face of insecurity, the threat of peer evaluation, peer humiliation, and, at times, teacher humiliation, immigrant students shrank from the possibility of active oral participation.
For many students, the very act of oral participation resonates more than the oral statement, question, or response, itself.
Over 26 per cent of this group of customers engaged in products-related oral participation with both sales assistants and other customers.
The main focus of attention of our IKEA study was on customer-to-customer observable oral participation in the retail setting (OOP2).
Although Kelly had become familiar with the goals of the PNB as part of her school work, she had not been exposed to the L2 teaching methodology promoted by the PNB, which sought to enable EFL teachers to interact meaningfully with learners, mediating their oral participation through appropriate discourse strategies such as content-oriented questions.
In all cases, the purpose of the teacher during those interactions was to promote students' oral participation in the L2 to talk about various topics, such as student problems or vacations.
It was found that the teacher developed 12 types of activities, including activities that intended to present content (oral instructions/explanations in L1), control discipline (summoning students' attention and/or giving orders in L1), and assessing students' 7 OrD = Order/discipline, OP/L2 = Oral participation in L2, GprL2 = Group participation/repetition, OP/L1 = Oral participation in L1, Rep/L2 = Repetition in L2, Nvpr = Nonverbal participation/response comprehension (asking questions in L1 or verifying students' comprehension).
This subcategory represents the role that student-teachers adopt to bring their students' world into the classroom, maintaining their oral participation.
It means that they did not interrupt their pupils' oral participation so frequently in order to avoid causing them to lose confidence: