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audiolingualism
a language teaching method, popular in the 1950's, that placed an extremely strong emphasis on repetition, pattern drills, and conditioning through repetition. Brown, H. p377
total physical response
a language teaching method relying on physical or kinaesthetic movement accompanied by language practice. Brown, H. p391
suggestopaedia
a METHOD of foreign-language teaching developed by the Bulgarian educator, Lozanov. It makes use of dialogues, situations, and translation to present and practise language, and in particular, makes us
content based instruction
a programme in English as a second language in which the focus is on teaching students the skills they will need in regular classrooms, i.e. for learning in the CONTENT AREAS such as maths, geography,
dogme
a communicative approach to language teaching that encourages teaching without published textbooks and focuses instead on conversational communication among learners and teacher
the Silent Way
a METHOD of foreign-language teaching developed by Gattegno which makes use of gesture, mime, visual aids, wall charts, and in particular Cuisinière rods (wooden sticks of different lengths and colour
task-based language teaching
a teaching approach based on the use of communicative and interactive tasks as the central units for the planning and delivery of instruction. Such tasks are said to provide an effective basis for lan
Community Language Learning (CLL)
Community Language Learning (CLL) language teaching method that emphasizes interpersonal relationships, inductive learning, and views the teacher as a "counsellor". Brown, H. p 378
the Natural Approach
a language teaching method that stimulates child language acquisition by emphasising communication, comprehensible input, kinaesthetic activities, and virtually no grammatical analysis. Brown, H. p386