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This unit focuses on two of the main skills - productive skills, in ESL teaching which are speaking and writing. While the speaking skill seeks for fluency, the writing skills tackles accuracy. However, while the writing skills seem to be more guided and controlled by the ESL teacher which takes many aspects of the grammar seriously like correct punctuation, correct use of tenses, just to mention a few, the speaking skill is less controlled nor guided and focuses more on fluency in communication. Students are therefore encouraged to speak out as much as possible as speaking constitutes one of the major parts in this process. The English teacher or potential one learns so much in this about developing these skills and encouraging his learners to either speak or write in the a real classroom and which the students may use successfully out of the classroom being for communication with friends, peers or relatives, or when using the writing skill for job applications or writing for a newspaper, just to mention a few. This unit, like all the other units preceding this one are of immense importance to the experienced ESL teacher or the novice.