TASK-BASED LANGUAGE TEACHING: A PRACTICAL METHODOLOGY FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
Keywords:Task-based language teaching, practical methodology, English language acquisition.
Task-based Language Teaching (TBLT) is a practical methodology that aims to facilitate the acquisition of the English language. This article provides an ABSTRACT overview of TBLT, exploring its principles and benefits in language learning.
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