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Teaching productive skills The main goal of most, if not all, esl students is to acquire language skills that will enable them to communicate effectively. What is communication, however, if it is merely one-sided? It is, of course, necessary to be able to understand a person speaking to you, but if you cannot respond with a succinct, understandable answer, opinion, comment or question, there is rarely a point to engaging in the interaction to begin with. Whether these interactions are verbal or written, a person unable to share their point-of-view, defend their actions, praise or thank someone will inevitably have a difficult time connecting with people and, in end effect, navigating the world. Communication takes on many forms and significance, and because successful, clear communication is the ultimate goal in the ESL classroom, writing and speaking skills become the focus. While writing and speaking are considered productive skills (as opposed to listening and reading, the receptive language skills), both require different teaching methodologies and pose different pedagogical difficulties. Speaking is the means through which a good ESL classroom will run and is most often the focus of students trying to learn the language. Speaking commands a certain level of fluency, which