How Task Based and Situated Language Learning and Teaching is Changing the Way English Can be Taught to Foreign Students

Mansour Hussain Alomar


The tasks based on written texts and oral recordings offer students a model for the natural acquisition of the language. The targeting component of English language or treatment of grammatical structures enables them to examine and systematise their knowledge of the structure of the English language. The references and techniques used in this article from a pedagogical corpus of data to be used in other fields offer a familiar and authentic context for the teaching of grammar and other elements of language. Teaching the English language from the perspective of task-based and situated language learning requires the development of teaching techniques and strategies. This paper will shed light on the various teaching strategies required to teach English as a second language, teaching with respect to the task-based phenomenon.

Keywords: key words, orkforce sizing, job-shop production, holonic model

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