In order to ensure that students successfully master the writing skills, teachers need to employ methods and approaches which produce positive outcomes in the students learning. Teachers are sometimes out of idea on how to teach writing to the students interestingly. They do not implement the latest approaches or methods that are used nowadays to attract the students’ attention in writing. Many students find it difficult to do the intense and active thinking that is needed for a proper writing convention. It is frightening for them to sit down before a blank sheet of paper or computer screen and know that an hour later, nothing is written on it.
One of the most useful techniques to help student develop writing skill is giving feedback. There are two common types of feedback that teachers usually use when give feedback are: direct feedback and indirect feedback. There are many researchers have conducted to investigate the role of feedback in teaching and learning writing. Being interested in the vital role of feedback in contributing to effective language learning, I have read a number of reports and I found that teacher feedback play an important role in students’ writing improvement. The term “feedback” is not new to us; in fact, a great number of researches have been undertaken and many articles about feedback have been written (e.g.
Abstract In this new generation education is important for all and education plays a vital role in each students and teachers. Day to day, education faces lots of problem regarding the teaching techniques, learning process and classroom interactions with the students. Basically teaching must contain two major components sending and receiving information. In due time, a teacher tries his best to impart knowledge as the way he understands it. So, any communication method that serves the learning needs of their students.
• The teacher has to prepare each and every topic thorough and get knowledge on way of conducting various events/tasks. • The teacher has to motivate students by conducting seminars, workshops, events, guest lectures, and competitions on English language frequently. • The teacher has flexibility to divide the class into two sections and and ask the two class representatives to lead the
English language plays an essential role in all aspects of life. Teaching methodology must be hanged in school and college level. A lot of traditional methods have been changed recently. The education system has to be organized and make possible abilities and information by the activity based learning. Each teacher wants to encourage the students to active and make practice during class hours to achieve their Goals.
For thousands of years, the search for better teaching method to provide the best learning has been the goal of education. However, teaching methods can’t be used for different situation at a time. Flexibility is crucial in implementing teaching method in the class. As far as all teachers are different, the strategies they, and the way they use will depend on the context and situation of their class  in addition to their personal values and biases. Every teacher should be interested in the impact of teaching method on student’s learning.
To successful implementation, lecturing pedagogies are often preferable to instructors and rote learning to students. Lecturing method can also be applied by any instructors at any time, as they require no assistance from external devices and materials. Seminars, higher level classes, conferences, broad issues are usually discussed in this form of pedagogy. In addition, rote learning is not subject to failure of a modern learning approaches and techniques. This approach can be used anywhere and anytime by the learners.
Teachers are not only teacher, but they are an educator, facilitator, motivator, and leader. They had to meet the learner’s need in order to make learning take place because every learner has his/her own way of learning. The teacher has to prepare and plan the best method and strategy of teaching to best fit the student’s need. The teacher has to identify the type of learners and the styles of teaching that are most suitable and attractive for learners to learn. As stated by H.Ellington & S.Euarl (1999) that different people have different learning needs, which each of learner has his/her own individual knowledge, experiences, and resources to the learning process, and learn in different ways.
Teachers must be able to evaluate a book, create their own material and produce the material in order to reflect the aims, methods and values of the teaching program. There are teachers who follow the course book very closely in their class and others who are able to select their own materials and activities more freely. In my opinion, teachers must be able to do that because there are exercises or material in the book that a teacher may be unable to teach and either fails to teach the whole point of material, or the teacher will teach it in a wrong way. Most teachers are somewhere in the middle. Is it important to complement and build up the course books?