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A Study On Enhanching Malaysian Students' Writing Through Speaking

The ability to write well is not a naturally acquired skill; it is usually learned or culturally transmitted as a set of practices in formal instructional settings or other environments. Writing skills must be practiced and learned through experience. Writing also involves composing, which implies the ability either to tell or retell pieces of information in the form of narratives or description, or to transform information into new texts, as in expository or argumentative writing......

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Effective methods in teaching Young EFL Learners In Malaysia

In order to effectively answer the question of how young learners and adult learners differ, it will be useful to consider my local EFL context in Malaysia and identify the key differences in that specific situation. I will then be able to discuss their relevance to the wider context of EFL teaching in general......

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Using Process Method To Teach Students Writing In Malaysia By ELW

The ability to write well is not a naturally acquired skill; it is usually learned or culturally transmitted as a set of practices in formal instructional settings or other environments. Writing skills must be practiced and learned through experience. Writing also involves composing, which implies the ability either to tell or retell pieces of information in the form of narratives or description, or to transform information into new texts, as in expository or argumentative writing......

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