The article explores oral skills training in six Norwegian classrooms. The analysis draws on data material from the Pisa+ study, containing video observations from six 9th grade classrooms in Norway. The results show that oral presentations are the dominant method in Norwegian secondary schools when it comes to oral skills, other methods such as discussions and meta teaching are rarely registered. The students receive little guidance from the teachers while preparing for oral presentations and the feedback is general, uncritical and not concrete.