• Speaking
    the most challenging of all the skills. Even native speakers sometimes struggle “since it involves not just a graphic representation of speech, but the development and presentation of thoughts in a structured way.” (SIL[3] [online]) 3. Receptive and Productive skills According to SIL...
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  • Celta Assignment 2
    Assignment 3 – Language Skills Due Date: 29th March 2011 CELTA Trainee: The purpose of this assignment is to firstly identify the receptive language skills and / or sub-skills that could be practised using authentic text, and secondly to identify productive language skills that could be...
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  • Assingnment 2
    Designing a receptive/productive skills lesson which you will then teach In the second or third stage of the course you are required to plan and teach a reading or listening lesson. For this you must find a text yourself which is appropriate for the level of your class. This can be from a course...
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  • Celta Assignment 2 (Skill-related task)
    text to a higher level (where they have to use the information in the text in a creative way). 4. The interrelation between receptive and productive skills J. Harmer, in his book “The Practice of English Language Teaching,” states that “in many situations the production can only continue in...
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  • Assignment 3 Language Skills
    . Conclusion When used effectively, authentic materials help bring the real world into the classroom and significantly enliven the class (Kelly et al. 2002). In using the ‘Welcome to London’ visitor information sheet, students can develop both receptive and productive skills by completing various...
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  • Celta- Language Skills Assignment
    skills. Both of these processes require meaning to be derived from material that is being listened to or read. Speaking and writing are known as productive skills. In the case of both of these processes language is actually produced. (Harmer 2007) In order to develop receptive skills, it is...
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  • I Would Like to Get Benefit from This Website.
    and provide a rationale | | | | | | | |Identify receptive skills to be practiced, using correct terminology | | | | | | | |Submit two appropriate receptive skills tasks | | | | | | | |Identify productive skills to be practiced, using correct terminology | | | | | | | |Submit an appropriate...
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  • Celta Assignment 2:Skills -Related Task
    they are looking for. Practicing productive skills: As J. Harmer says in his book The Practice of English Language Teaching productive skills are a way of helping students with their receptive skills and in many situations production can only continue in a combination with the practice of a...
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  • English
    your current teaching context, would you put more emphasis on productive or receptive skills? In my opinion, both videos reinforce listening skills, but subtitles could be considered as reinforcing reading skills and it could be admitted as integrated-skill, too...
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  • Writing Narrative
    skills are classified into receptive and productive skills. Receptive skill includes listening and reading while productive skill includes speaking and writing. Productive skills are obviously more difficult than the receptive. Widiati and Cahyono (2006:139) state that writing is the most complex skill...
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  • sdfasd
    Productive skills..................................6 Written assignment: receptive and productive skills ….7 Writing: tips to get the highest grade .….......................9 Individual Oral: Interactive skills …...............................10 Speaking: tips to get the highest grade...
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  • Top Ten Runs
    into two categories one of them being RECEPTIVE which are your reading and listening skills. This is when language is gathered and then the meaning is received. The second of the two is PRODUCTIVE and an example of that is writing and speaking in which speaking becomes speech. I will attempt to give...
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  • Student
    themselves up to date with the local news. The skills that I decided to focus on is reading (receptive), writing (productive) and speaking (productive) because I believe that this lesson will give students an opportunity as well as a confidence booster to practise reading and inferring the meaning from...
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  • espanol
    skills and competencies that are used for language acquisition? One type is receptive skills, the ability to comprehend written and spoken language including the cultural context. The second type is productive skills, the ability to write and speak the language effectively. The last type is interactive...
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  • Tefl - the Systems & Language Skills of English
    comprehending spoken English and how they can better form the sounds of the spoken language to communicate effectively) and utilizing both the productive skills (specifically speaking) and the receptive skill (specifically listening). The systems and skills have much in common and at the same time offer...
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  • Suggested Activity to Improve Simple Present Tense
    combination of the receptive skills of ‘reading and listening’ and productive skills of ‘speaking and writing.’ 2. Daily Routines The teacher tells or elicits a story using board pictures or flashcards getting students to repeat each sentence (see Appendix 3). Then, asks students to recap and retell...
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  • formulaic language
    classification of word knowledge into receptive or passive knowledge and productive or active knowledge. Receptive knowledge refers to words that can be identified when heard or read (listening and reading skills), whereas, productive knowledge is the ability to use and have access to words in speech and...
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  • Developing Language Skills
    SUBJECT ASSIGNMENT DEVELOPING LANGUAGE SKILLS Names and surnames: Brandt, Lorena G./ De La Serna, Dolores Group: 26 Date: September 30th INDEX Introduction………………………………………………………….………………….. page 3 Productive skills: Speaking and Writing……………………….…………………….. page 3 Receptive skills...
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  • PRODUCTIVE VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE AND EVALUATION OF ESL WRITING IN CORPUS-BASED LANGUAGE LEARNING
    and use (Nation, 2001).8 Each category is involved with receptive and productive knowledge, which is related to the four skills of language use: reading, writing, speaking and listening. Therefore, from the perspective of L2 and FL education, vocabulary knowledge not only involves information...
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  • The Graveyard Chairs
    other words, we employ our previous knowledge as we approach the process of comprehension’ (Harmer 2002: 199), and for this reason, teaching the receptive skill of reading requires ‘an understanding of the text’ as well as ‘related language work or other productive tasks before or after the text...
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