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This book outlines practical procedures for teachers, including ways to stimulate students to write through pictures, readings, and discussions. Techniques in teaching writing. by: Raimes, Ann, urn:acs6: techniquesinteac00annr:pdf:ffcacac5d-afdeb2. Raimes. TEACHING TECHNIQUES IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Mary Lawrence, Writing as a Thinking Process (Ann Arbor: University of.

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Devise as many materials as you can for writing lessons based on this topic. They are entirely dependent upon their own resources, for both content and grammar, with no access to any sources of information.

Write an account for your boss of what the suspect did. If you are using an ESL textbook in your class, take anyone topic for writing from it and ask yourself the seven questions about how you will plan the activities of a series of lessons around that topic.

Question only the really major errors, like jumbled sentences, which interfere with communication so much that you can't work out what the student is trying to say. First of all, pictures provide a shared experience for students in the class, a common base that leads to a variety of language activities.

A good topic is seldom explored beyond the one composition that students write. Try to win the competition. Explain how the materials would be used in the classroom. With a picture, however, all students, after close observation of the material, will immediately need the appropriate vocabulary, idiom, and sentence structure to discuss what they see.

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