Not every language student needs to learn how to write a formal essay in English, depending on their personal learning goals and future needs. However, the written component of any language is an important aspect to include in a complete language course that includes the four key skill components: listening, speaking, reading, and, of course, writing. In this lecture, I will share about how writing can be more than a formal academic task, but also, a tool to elicit language production, and medium for engaging students in a multi-faceted approach. Join me on Wednesday January 10th at 10:00 am CST to hear about the importance of writing in the classroom and strategies for using writing, but perhaps not in the traditional way that you initially would think.
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