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TEACHING PRODUCTIVE SKILLS SPEAKING AND WRITINGTeaching productive skills in an EFL or ESL class is necessarily in every lesson. Although, it is clear that speaking, before writing, is the skill that most of students want to develop. This is the reason why writing is seen as the Cinderella of the other three skills. Besides that, writing is a tedious process that requires students to generate, organize ideas, write drafts, review, and write a final draft. Although speaking is may be found easy by many students, there is a group of students that find speaking difficult especially if they feel afraid of committing mistakes. Consequently, we as teachers have to be aware of our students? needs, fears, and learning preferences so that they can feel motivated in learning the language and engaged in lessons. To make this possible a teacher has to apply some approaches such as the product and process approach for writing, and communicative teaching approach, lexical approach, audio-lingual approach for speaking. The product approach in which students are encouraged to imitate a model text, previously read and analyzed. The organization of ideas becomes a very important part of this approach and it is emphasized on a final product. In contrast to the product approach, the process approach