The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 7
Page No. 2111 - 2114

About Teaching Writing and Reading as Forms of Students’ Independent Work

Authors : Golnar Ilshatovna Sosnovskaya and Galina Aleksandrovna Abrosimova

Abstract: The study analyses self-guided students’ work organization while studying Foreign languages. Furthermore, it highlights the development of writing and reading skills as forms of students’ self-study. It concentrates on different ways to train and improve these skills. The study starts with telling about the role of written communication in the modern world and gives significant differences between an oral speech and written one. Then, it focuses the reader’s attention on two levels of thoughts passing, level A and B to be exact and considers them in details. Besides, the study deals with exercises for teaching writing. Further, the study goes on to say about developing reading as the second form of students’ independent work. It describes the number of skills which are necessary to master this activity. According to the study learning how to read is divided into three phases and text comprehension needs some components that are presented in the study. Then, the study gives some basic techniques to perform the tasks of teaching and points out how it is important to choose texts for reading properly. In conclusion, the study says that development of writing and reading skills can be helpful for students to join other people’s culture.

How to cite this article:

Golnar Ilshatovna Sosnovskaya and Galina Aleksandrovna Abrosimova, 2015. About Teaching Writing and Reading as Forms of Students’ Independent Work. The Social Sciences, 10: 2111-2114.

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