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In this lesson I reviewed valuable information regarding the two productive skills of speaking and writing. The difference between accuracy and fluency activities is that accuracy activities are part of the study phase (and are focused on producing language that is correct and accurate), whereas fluency activities are part of the activate stage, and are focused on experimentation and creativity with the language. In fluency activities, there is less emphasis on accuracy and more emphasis on being able to communicate. Speaking activities include: controlled activities, such as drilling and prompting; guided activities such as model dialogues and guided role-play; and creative communication activities, such as free role-play and discussions, etc. There are important ways a teacher can encourage students to speak and interact, such as: pair work; group work; guided practice before fluency activities; purposeful speaking activities; a change in classroom dynamics, and careful planning. With regard to writing activities, there are other issues a teacher has to consider. For example, writing activities can differ from speaking activities in terms of grammar and vocabulary, and also in terms of handwriting, spelling, punctuation, editing, and creative writing.