• Advantages and Disadvantages of
    The Advantages and Disadvantages of Communicative Language Teaching The Advantages and Disadvantages of Communicative Language Teaching By HAH Introduction The focus of this essay is to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT). In doing so, it is...
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  • Comparison of Clt and Tblt
    Task-based language teaching (TBLT) and Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) are both communicative approaches to language learning and teaching. TBLT has grown out of CLT; however, they share and differ in some advantages and disadvantages. First of all, both of them are among “current communicative...
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  • Communicative Approach
    Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) and the Post -Method Era POSTED BY TEACHING ENGLISH 4 ALL ⋅ APRIL 22, 2011 ⋅ 4 COMMENTS FILED UNDER  ADVANTAGES, CLT, COMMUNICATIVEDISADVANTAGELANGUAGETEACHINGTEACHING ENGLISH Background The origins of Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) are to be found...
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  • Deductive and Inductive Grammar Teaching
    GRAMMAR TEACHING By Arnis Silvia (arnis.silvia@gmail.com) I. Introduction: What is Grammar Teaching and Why? In traditional setting, grammar teaching is seen as the presentation and practice of discrete grammatical structures. More comprehensively, Ellis1 (2006) defines grammar teaching as: Grammar...
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  • Dwescafry
    DOCTRAL FORUM NATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PUBLISHING AND MENTORING DOCTORAL STUDENT RESEARCH VOLUME 3 NUMBER 1, 2006 The Advantages and Disadvantages of Computer Technology in Second Language Acquisition Cheng-Chieh Lai PhD Program Student in Educational Leadership Prairie View A&M University William Allan...
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  • Goals and Techniques for Teaching Grammar
    Teaching Grammar Goals and Techniques for Teaching Grammar The goal of grammar instruction is to enable students to carry out their communication purposes. This goal has three implications: * Students need overt instruction that connects grammar points with larger communication contexts. *...
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  • Doing Focus on Form
    System 30 (2002) 419–432 www.elsevier.com/locate/system Doing focus-on-form Rod Ellis*, Helen Basturkmen, Shawn Loewen Department of Applied Language Studies and Linguistics, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand Received 17 April 2002; received in revised form 14 June...
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  • Classification of Teaching Methods
    Classification of teaching methods Teaching is a creative art that teacher has to use many methods which can meet the learner’s needs and the demands of learning situation. There are many methods throughout the history of teaching English. It is suggested, however, in this essay three common methods...
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  • Audio Lingual Method
    1 GGGV 2044 METHODS IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Semester 2 2009/2010 AUDIO-LINGUAL METHOD: A DISCUSSION (INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT) LECTURER: DR. HAMIDAH BT. YAMAT @ AHMAD LISA KWAN SU LI A123040 TESL/2 2 1.1 INTRODUCTION The Audio-lingual Method (ALM), by its very name...
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  • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF SOCIAL NETWORKING
    are used by so many people in the world can be used for language learning.
 Social media provides the learner with the possibility of participating in actual, real-time, relevant conversations taking place online, and practicing the target language with or without the help of an experienced teacher by...
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  • Language Experience
    1. Write about your past formal or informal language learning experiences. Would you consider them effective or ineffective? Learning foreign languages is a real challenge to everyone and a lot of people have their own successful and unsuccessful experiences. As for me, I’d like to tell about a negative...
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  • CLT approach
    research II. Literature review 1. What is the definition of speaking? 2. The definition of Communicative Language Teaching? 3. The definition of Grammar-Translation 4. The situation of English speaking teaching at Vietnamese high schools 5. The characteristics of CLT approach 5.1. History and background...
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  • Consciousness Raising
    Traditional Grammar and Communicative grammar Traditional Grammar Teaching Methods and Communicative Approaches In the centuries, language has been viewed in two major approaches. One is that language is a set of rules and second approach is that language is related to the context that is it being...
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  • Computer Assisted Language Learning
    considered a tool for language learning within and outside the classroom. The advantages presented by computer technology are very beneficial. Computer Assisted Language Learning tools provide a wide range of materials and opportunities for communication. For Computer Assisted Language Learning (that will...
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  • Lecoeur
    Work in Learning of English as a Foreign Language Enise ÇINAR Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey Abstract This paper is based on the role of group work in learning of English as a foreign language. The fundamental role is examined in foreign language learning. After a brief definition of...
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  • Communiccative Langage Taching
    Majid Al-Humaidi Communicative Language Teaching Introduction The Communicative Approach emerged in the early 1970s as a result of the work of the Council of Europe experts (Al-Mutawa and Kailani, 1989). However, it can be traced to the work of Chomsky in the 1960s, when he advanced the two notions...
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  • Alaaa
    of second language learning pedagogy. The purpose of this article is to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of computer technology applied in current second Language instruction. Advantages of CALL Programs Educators indicate that the current computer technology has many advantages. Further stated...
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  • Approaches to Language
    that demands an advanced language of both L1 and L2. We are trying to go beyond the simple activity of translating. It is really important to take into consideration aspects as the context in it, and the activities inside it. However, like every tool has advantages and disadvantages, and as always, we, as...
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  • methods techniques and approaches of language teaching
    OF LANGUAGE LEARNING” An approach to language teaching is something that reflects a certain model or research paradigm- a theory. This term is the broadest of the three. A method, on the other hand, is a set of procedures, i.e., a system that spells out rather precisely how to teach a language. Methods...
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  • research methodology
    practice is overthrown 3. possibility or a manifestation of a critical approach emphasizing the role of teaching in identity formation and social transformation. Reflect on your language learning and teaching experience as well as the input from the course, suggest a particular innovative practice which is...
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