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Getting to know you: What’s your name? So you want to be a teacher? Lindsay Clandfield provides tips and ideas for task-based grammar teaching. One approach to teaching language that has attracted a lot of attention over the past twenty-five years is a task based approach to learning and teaching.
In Jane Willis’ flexible model for task-based learning, learners begin by carrying out a communicative task, without specific focus on form. After they have done the task, they report and discuss how they accomplished this, perhaps listening to a fluent speaker doing the same task. Only at the end is there a specific focus on features of language form.