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Looking at the productive skills, speaking and writing, they require different methods for learning than the receptive skills. Speaking activities may be separated to work on accuracy and fluency. Generally accuracy activities will come in the study phase and fluency activities will be done in the active phase of a class. For writing penmanship, spelling, and punctuation are important. Also, depending what the L1 language is of your students that could make teaching penmanship, spelling and punctuation a little difficult. The students' L1 language may not use the Roman alphabet or have punctuation, so this will need to be learned first in order to give the students the tools they need to start to understand English words and grammar. Productive skills are just as important as receptive skills and need to be used equally in the classroom.