Four macro skills in the primary LOTE class

Bell, Meaghan
August 1996
Primary Educator;Aug96, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p5
Suggests ways to develop the four macro skills of students namely listening, speaking, reading and writing. Incorporation of games and songs in classroom teaching; Exposure to a variety of voices, accents and pronunciation; Development of confidence through language; Encouragement in the reading of various materials; Exploration of creative and process writing.


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