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In this unit, I learned about the productive skills speaking and writing. I learned about the purpose of the productive skills is to communicate and the reasons for that communication. Without the reasons present in speaking and writing activities, the students will not see them as important and will not participate fully. In addition, I learned about the differences between accuracy and fluency. I feel like these terms are sometimes used interchangeably in language classes which have always confused me. This unit has taught me the difference between accuracy and fluency with a clear and concise definition. Accuracy is producing correct language in a controlled activity while fluency is about language flow and using language creatively and effectively. I found the different types of activities mentioned for each type of speaking and writing activity to be very helpful. I always have had a hard time being creative and coming up with a variety of activities to incorporate into lesson plans, so these examples are very useful. Furthermore, my belief in creating a comfortable atmosphere for the students to be able to freely participate is supported in the reading. I believe this is the most important aspect of being a language teacher because if students are not comfortable they will not participate, which will result in them not learning. A point that I did not consider to be relevant until after reading the unit was handwriting. I did not consider the fact that student’s whose native language does not use an alphabetical system would find the English alphabet to be challenging. This makes a lot of sense to me now because when I was learning Korean, the teacher would stress the importance of small details in letters because those small details could change a letter creating a different word than intended, and as such, the same would apply to English. An ‘o’ and an ‘a’ are very similar if not for a small line. Now that I am aware of the handwritings significance, I will definitely focus on it in future lessons.