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Writing production skill How are the four skills used in the language classroom? Through daily activities, teachers provide learners with opportunities to develop each skill: students listen to the teacher use the target language, to a song, to one another in a pair activity , speak pronunciation practice, greetings, dialogue creation or recitation, songs, substitution drills, oral speed reading, role play , read instructions, written grammar drills, cards for playing games, flashcards and write fill-in-the-blank sheets, sentences that describe a feeling, sight or experience, a dialogue script, a journal entry. This approach, however, does not combine the four skills so that they can be used together to reach the same end i. Watch the video to see how this language teacher uses four skills activities in her classroom. How can the four skills be used together effectively?

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The four major skills of language learning, listening, speaking, reading and writing provide the right key to success. Teaching of English language while ensuring focus on all these four skills provides a platform for the learners to hone their proficiency in this language well. An ideal programme for teaching-learning of English as a second language would involve content for all the above mentioned four skills.

Yet, it is observed that somehow the reading and writing skills are given more importance over the other two skills. Ideally, listening and speaking should take prominence over reading and writing when any language is being learnt.

The benefits of naturally acquiring language can be enhanced phenomenally when the opportunity to listen to and speak in the target language is accelerated.

Content designed specifically for providing ample teaching material is important for this purpose. Digital language learning labs with audio based content allow the learners to listen to authentic and appropriate sounds of the target language, in this case English. This helps them with listening to the right pronunciation of words and with ample access to audio based passages and articles.

This intensive listening ultimately helps the learners to pick up the exact pronunciation of words. Listening to a lot of audio based articles also allows the learners to understand the spoken language even when the pace of speech, accent or tone varies.

This proves beneficial for them in the real world, where the control over such factors is minimal. Good digital language labs like the Words Worth English language lab , also allow the learners with practice on intonation and voice modulation, vital to good communication skills.

These and other paralinguistic attributes like voice quality, volume and tone, articulation and pronunciation, offered by digital language labs enable the learners to improve their speaking skills and thus express fluently in English.

Reading and writing are skills normally addressed amply in a regular and an average classroom scenario. Yet, when taught with a teaching-learning emphasis on inferring the meaning of the context, it actually coaches the learners to deduce meaning of any unseen text they may face in future whether it be in audio or in the written form.

Skimming texts and reading and understanding of textual materials could be introduced in the classroom to acquire effective reading skills. Writing skills may be improved through giving exercises on composition and creative writing. Learners should be encouraged to arrange their thoughts on a giving topic or composition.

The importance of sequencing their thought groups should be shown to them to bring cohesiveness and coherence in their writing.

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The four major skills of language learning, listening, speaking, reading and writing provide the right key to success. Teaching of English language while ensuring focus on all these four skills provides a platform for the learners to hone their proficiency in this language well. An ideal programme for teaching-learning of English as a second language would involve content for all the above mentioned four skills. Yet, it is observed that somehow the reading and writing skills are given more importance over the other two skills. Ideally, listening and speaking should take prominence over reading and writing when any language is being learnt. The benefits of naturally acquiring language can be enhanced phenomenally when the opportunity to listen to and speak in the target language is accelerated. Content designed specifically for providing ample teaching material is important for this purpose.

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L-S-R-W is the four skills of language learning, a set of four capabilities that allow an individual to comprehend and produce spoken language for proper and effective interpersonal communication. These skills are Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. In the context of first-language acquisition, the four skills are most often acquired in the order of listening first, then speaking, then possibly reading and writing. Why LSRW is necessary for students?

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