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For picture composition, the teacher shows students a picture or a series of pictures. Under there are several questions in the picture. Answer the questions using the picture students can write a composition. If the teacher wishes to make it easier for the students, the students can answer the questions out loud in class before they start writing. In translation, students translate sentences or a story into English.
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This exercise is easier if the story is specially prepared by the teacher to contain very few translation problems. With sight and writing, the teacher performs an action or shows students a picture of reality object and students write a sentence to describe what they see.
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For some techniques, students follow and act on explanations and descriptions. Here are some examples. The teacher will explain the grammar rule to help students make correct sentences compliance with the rule. The teacher says: “When we use go to talk about the future, go to follows stem form of the verb, I am going to see it.
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Grammar-assisted writing involves guided compositions that are based on a special grammar problems. Usually the rules are given first for the student to study and then they have to use the rules when make a composition. Here is an example based on countable and uncountable nouns.
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The delayed copying technique is designed to help students form the letters a fluent words, especially where the writing system of the second language differs from that of the first Language. It also helps students develop phrasing fluency