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Building Skills For Proficiency Cevap Anahtar Pdf

The study of English language in higher education can be grouped into two broad areas: teaching language and learning the language. Professor Horace Mann Bond (1913) described the relationship between learning and teaching this way:
All the other related subject matter is first learned from a teacher as part of the study of the language itself. If the pupil has the opportunity he should study a few hours a day with some teacher who is qualified to teach the language, who knows its grammar and its history, its literature and culture, its pedagogy and its literature, to say nothing of the technical matters, such as study of phonetics, spelling, punctuation, etc. This teacher is his teacher.
The aim of training language teachers is to develop language and competence. Competence is the ability to perform a task with accuracy and fluency. Fluency is defined as use of natural speech and written expression. While teachers must develop competence they need to develop fluency. Pedagogical skills of an educator are the methods, activities and procedures used to develop the skills of the learners.
Here are some skills that are used to develop language:
By using the tools related to the language;
Using correct grammar and vocabulary related to the academic subject, both in written and oral forms;
Using appropriate expressions and combining grammatical structures, words and sentences to communicate effectively in academic discourse;
By using appropriate pedagogical methods such as design, role-playing, experiential learning and the like for training the student’s ability to use the language effectively;
By creating an environment where learning takes place;
It is crucial to make the learning environment as suitable as possible for the students. The classroom of a language teacher is the most suitable place to train students to develop such skills.
Moreover, various academic subjects are related to the English language, so those who teach it need to develop the academic subject knowledge. The academic subject is the body of knowledge, skills, and values for which work, study, and research are undertaken. It is the use of the academic knowledge that leads to the development of linguistic competence (Zidarov, 2008).
Linguistic Competence is the ability to use the language with efficiency to communicate your ideas, thoughts and feelings and to express yourself in the correct manner. Additionally, it is the ability to hear, understand, and produce language with accuracy and fluency. A person with linguistic competence generally has competencies in different domains of language use, such as listening, speaking and writing. These domains are not

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