CHOOSING THE RIGHT METHODOLOGY FOR TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Keywords:Methodology, Teaching English as a Second Language, Choosing, Language learning, Second language pedagogy, Teaching techniques, Language proficiency, Learner needs, Contextual factors, Communicative approach, Grammar Translation method, Direct method, Audio-lingual method, Task-based approach.
Teaching English as a second language (TESL) is the practice of teaching individuals whose first language is not English how to effectively communicate in English. It is crucial to choose the right methodology when instructing English language learners in order to facilitate their language acquisition and improve their overall proficiency. This article explores various teaching methodologies to determine the most suitable approach for teaching English as a second language.
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