In this Some recent reflections on the place of language teaching in a task-based approach. From Dave Willis, author of The Lexical Syllabus. See also the link to his earlier article in the IH Journal. How far do his thoughts here add to your thinking on task- and/or lexical-based syllabuses?
This article will take a look at the communicative approach to the teaching of foreign languages. It is intended as an introduction to the communicative approach for teachers and teachers-in-training who want to provide opportunities in the classroom for their students to engage in real-life communication in the target language.
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