Phenomenology of Writing Skill in Order to Provide Solutions to Improve Writing Skills

Elahe Kalantari Dehaghi, Seyed Mahdi Sajjadi, Mohammad Reza Sarmadi, Zohreh Esmaeili

Abstract


History of study in the cognitive literature of writing skills, as one of the core skills of language, goes back to the eighties AD
(Fayazbakhsh, 2006). From the education field experts point of view, writing approach include a series of audio-visual, linguistic
and perceptual capabilities, have known as the best vehicles and most widely field of creative thinking and mass production of
artistic wisdom (Hadian, 2006) and as one of the major life, training and education skills, plays a decisive role in better living
and academic achievement (Fayazbakhsh, 2006). In recent decade, which is coincided with the formation of the information
age and the advent of fourth generation of technologies, namely information - communication technologies, training and Elearning
with features such as Hypertext and Hypermedia (Rahmani, 2007), there has been a great emphasis on the use of
writing skills (Zaman poor, 2010) in order to produce knowledge (Attaran, 2009). Due to the increasing development of the use
of writing skills through the application of new learning technologies, this research pursues three primary goals: First, examine
the characteristics of writing skills and the reasons of its importance. Second, reviews the concerns resulting from the use of
writing skills in virtual spaces. Third, offers the guidelines in order to reduce concerns and improve writing skills among
learners. The mentioned study has a qualitative approach. The method that is used in this research is documentary research.
After gathering the information from library sources and websites, the concepts has been analyzed, interpreted and then
concluded.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s6p114


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