This skill will be covered by providing Exercise books.
The productive skill of writing: with writing the emphasis on accuracy is much greater than with speaking, for a start the written form is visible and mistakes are seen. Mistakes while speaking are often not that important. Written tasks on the other hand often require accuracy (e.g. completing an application form) and formal language. Because they recognize this, many students feel under pressure while writing. It is an important skill. Punctuation is another factor absent from speaking. Increasingly these days, one might question the importance of correct punctuation, but whereas one can accept that the correct use of colons or semi colons is not really so important, surely the correct use of capitalization and question marks, does matter. Spelling may also cause problems, something which mother-tongue speakers have difficulty with never mind learners from another country! Again, people differ in their views of the importance of correct spelling. Writing tends to be more economical in its use of the language. There are no hesitators ("mmm" , "er", hmm etc.) Written language is direct and efficient. When writing student/person cannot express themselves visually. There is no Body Language or Gestures to aid understanding. With writing student/person rely exclusively on the language itself. Do not ignore the writing skills.