Teaching of Productive Skills (Writing & Speaking)

Teaching of Productive Skills (Writing & Speaking)

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Apart from the obvious differences in grammar, vocabulary and sentence formation – written text has a number of points of differentiation to speaking the English language. There are issues of letter, word, and text formation: manifested by handwriting, spelling, layout and punctuation. In this component of the text we discuss ways to improve writing skills with a variety of different techniques. To promote fluency in the classroom, the teacher needs to play a number of different roles in the classroom to maximise participation in speaking activities. Here we discuss the techniques a TEFL teacher can utilize in order to improve fluency, language processing and the transition from structural to functional English. Also covered are the four major difficulties students encounter when speaking a foreign language.

Productive Skills: Writing

Apart from the obvious differences in grammar, vocabulary and sentence formation – written text has a number of points of differentiation to speaking the English language. There are issues of letter, word, and text formation: manifested by handwriting, spelling, layout and punctuation. In this component of the text we discuss ways to improve writing skills with a variety of different techniques.

Productive Skills: Speaking

To promote fluency in the classroom, the teacher needs to play a number of different roles in the classroom to maximize participation in speaking activities. Here we discuss the techniques a TEFL teacher can utilize in order to improve fluency, language processing and the transition from structural to functional English. Also covered are the four major difficulties students encounter when speaking a foreign language.

 

Event Hours(1)

  • Wednesday

    01:00 pm – 03:00 pm

Assessment Category: Language Skills (Productive)

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