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The 4Cs of the 21st Century is unquestionably not a new paradigm in ESL classrooms, however, there is still a vast area that has not been fully explored. In the area of ESL writing instructional pedagogy, there are numerous ways to integrate the 4Cs of the 21st Century. In this write-up, I would like to share a technique which I name as “WHO AM I?” Technique or WAIT. Before I explain more about WAIT, let’s have a quick revision on each of the 4Cs.

Communication is about sharing thoughts, questions, ideas, and solutions. In ESL classrooms, communication can be promoted through pair or group work. On the other hand, collaboration is about working together to reach a goal and putting talent, expertise, and ideas to work. Next is critical thinking which is looking at problems in a new way and linking learning across subjects and disciplines. In ESL writing classrooms, critical thinking is also closely related to decision making. Learners have a number of ideas and details to be included in...

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