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Razvijanje veštine pisanja na engleskom jeziku na najranijem uzrastu
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University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology
Keywords: youngest students; writing; integrated skills; primary school; English
Abstract
This paper is on the issues connected with teaching writing in English to lower primary school grades students in Serbia. The aim of this paper is determination of initial parameters for defining the approach of writing skills in English in lower grades of the primary school, having reviewed new theoretical approaches and results of empirical research. as well as suggesting possible teaching approaches, activities and techniques which will help these principles be realized in teaching in this environment.
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