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1. why do you think it is important for you to learn different approaches and pedagogical
frameworks to teaching productive skills (speaking and writing)?
The productive skills are speaking and writing, because learners doing these need to
produce language. They are also known as active skills. They can be compared with the
receptive skills of listening and reading.
Learners have already spent time practising receptive skills with a shape poem, by listening
to it and reading it. They now move on to productive skills by group writing their own, based
on the example.
In the classroom
Certain activities, such as working with literature and project work, seek to integrate work on
both receptive and productive skills.
2. what do you hope to gain from doing this course?
of course this course very important to us, especially speaking and writing.
the firts speaking, fore example like this, What is communication, however, if it is merely
one-sided? It is, of course, necessary to be able to understand a person speaking to you,
but if you cannot respond with a succinct, understandable answer, opinion, comment or
question, there is rarely a point to engaging in the interaction to begin with. Whether these
interactions are verbal or written, a person unable to share their point-of-view, defend their
actions, praise or thank someone will inevitably have a difficult time connecting with people
and, in end effect, navigating the world. Communication takes on many forms and
significance, and because successful, clear communication is the ultimate goal in the ESL
classroom, writing and speaking skills become the focus.
Next about writing, Writing, as important as it is, suffers in both the depth of concentration
a teacher allots to it in the classroom, and the quality produced by the students as a result.
It is important to encourage students to write as much as possible. To increase quality and
accuracy, teachers need to ensure that they are consistent in enforcing writing rules and in
correcting students written work. Of course, depending on the size of a class, this can be a
daunting task, but having students self- or peer-correct can take the pressure off of a
teacher, while still guaranteeing students ample practice with the written word.The only way
to improve students speaking and writing skills is to put them to use. Although writing and
reading differ with regard to their vocabulary, grammar and punctuation applications, it is
possible and necessary to incorporate a variety of these skills into every lesson.