Integration of Language Skills in Second Language Teaching

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Essay #: 052718
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Integration of Language Skills in Second Language Teaching
Introduction
This paper aims to address and evaluate specific teaching methodologies aimed at the acquisition of second language skills, namely English reading and writing skills, within a Hong Kong classroom. The means by which this will occur is through a critically analysis of relevant learning theories and concepts, and application of these to existing lesson plans. The goal of this endeavour is to create improvements to teaching methods and materials, as well as strategies for their implementation.
In teaching reading and writing within a second-language environment, a number of elements must be addressed to provide learners with an ever-improving capacity for communication....
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