Journal of English and Arabic Language Teaching
Vol 3, No 1 (2012): J/E/A/L/T

Teaching Speaking As A Productive Skill

Kalayo Hasibuan (Unknown)

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Publish Date
18 Aug 2014


The term of productive skills according to Harmer (2007) is the language skills where the students produce the language themselves. The language language skills that are categorized into productive skills are speaking and writing. While, reading and listening are as receptive skills.Both components of skills depict  how language as means of communication works. These skill components are messages delivered through spoken and printed texts that are produced by language learners.  The messages produced by students in spoken form are categorized as speaking; while the messages produced by students through written form are writing. Both skills are prescribed in the following chart.

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Languange, Linguistic, Communication & Media


Journal of English and Arabic Language Teaching, JEALT (Online ISSN 2407-1005 | Print ISSN 2407-0998), is a scholarly refereed journal originally founded at the Language Development Center of State Islamic University of Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau. JEALT has established itself as an excellent source ...