In language teaching, written production is an important educational issue for the assessment of language learners in class. Thus, the summary remains a pedagogical purpose and a typology of the F.L.E's teaching strategies, which encourages learners to develop a text to improve this linguistic component essential to the acquisition of a foreign language. In this article, the question is whether the summary as a teaching aid serves as a test for the development of written expression skills. By relying on summary examples where written production represents a linguistic skill promoting the learning of the target language, and to advance learners during this writing activity in a university setting. Our research work is a reflection on the importance of written production in the learning of FFL, considered as a task allowing learners to mobilize skills in writing when writing a summary.
Keywords: Written Expression, Summary, Language Skills, Teaching Strategies.