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Unit 12 Teaching productive skills.The productive skills are speaking and writing, because learners doing these need to produce language. They are also known as active skills. They can be compared with the receptive skills of listening and reading.Teaching writing as productive skills requires teachers to direct students to produce their expressions in written form and needs more elements of skills such as using appropriate words, proper sentences and correct spelling that is different from speaking.Teaching speaking as productive skills: accuracy (involves the correct use of vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation) , fluency ( the ability of speaking spontaneously, regardless of grammar and other mistakes) Give students a chance to rehearse language production in safety, experimenting with different language in different genres that they will use on some future occasion away from the classroom. Problems and Solutions. Topic and Genre: Choose interesting topics and find types of tasks which will involve class members; favourite topics; (through interviews and questionnaires or observations). Create interest in the topic: talk about it and communicate enthusiasm.