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    • By attending mainly to what learners can DO with the language and then to the forms of it, we invite all the four skills into the classroom. Reading Writing Listening Speaking
    • Skills Receptive Performance Listening Reading Productive Performance Speaking Writing
    • Why integration? Reading Writing Listening Speaking
    • Why integration?
      • Production and reception are two sides of a coin and cannot be split.
      • Interaction means sending and receiving messages.
      • One skill can reinforce another. We learn to speak by what we hear, and we learn to write by what we read.
    • Why integration?
      • Students interact naturally and learn real content.
      • Students are exposed to authentic language and can use English effectively for communication.
      • Integration leads to task continuity.
    • Task Continuity:
      • refers to the chaining of activities together to form a sequence.
      • means that the completion of prior activities is a pre-requisite for succeeding ones.
    • Task Continuity:
      • will insure coherence and consistency for language teaching.
      • will reflect the relationship of written and spoken language, which is a motivating reflection of language, culture and society.
      • pulls the direct attention of students
      • away from the separateness of
      • language and toward the meaningful
      • purpose for which we use language:
      • COMMUNICATION.
      Task Continuity:
    •