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Unit 12 was about the 2 language productive skills 1) speaking and 2) writing. One thing that I learned from it is that writing skills are often ignored because it is felt that this is something that can be done as homework. I may have been guilty of this myself. In teaching productive skills activities can be more focused on accuracy or fluency. Each is equally important. If you're focusing on accuracy then teacher controlled or guided activities are best. If you're focusing on fluency then more creative activities work best. The unit ends by encouraging the use of games to teach and gives a list of useful games.