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|Title:||Some Tips on Reading and Writing|
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Reading and Writing are two sides of one body; they are closely related to eachother. Reading is a sort of "input", while writing is a kind of "output". How to integrate these two interrelated elements into one solid work depends highly on daily practice. In the course of teaching Engligh as a foreign language in the past several decades,the author discovered that many Chinese students of English overlooked the close interactions between reading and writing, thus the author is motivated by the said fact towrite this paper. This paper is divided into four parts. The first part is introduction which describesbriefly how to learn English through the four Channels- Listening, Speaking, Readingand Writing. Meanwhile it also illustrates the differences in sound system and syntaxbetween Engligh and Chinese. The second part deals with how to cultiuate reading skills as well as good readinghabit. The third part covers the important items needed for good writing, such as howto collect materials, accumulate experiences from excellent work to reflect in one's ownwork. The fourth part is conclusion which wraps up the important principles or suggestions to encourage the students of English to work as hard as they can by putting thosetips or principles as mentioned in this paper into practice and integrating these interrelated elements- reading and writing-into one resourse in order to get somewhere in thefield of learning English as a foreign language.
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