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While a lot of teachers focus on speaking, writing is often overlooked. Because writing in different cultures can be vastly different, I think teachers often shy away from the writing aspect. Speaking is very important in terms of everyday skills while traveling or doing day to day things, such as grocery shopping to ordering food. Students wanting to study abroad or looking for jobs in multinational environments, should focus a lot on writing though. It is true that as a teacher, it can feel like you're not being present enough while students do writing activities, but for the sake of your students, it is important for them to have that time in class and not just for homework, so that you can guide them if they need it. For true fluency in a language, writing is a nessesity.