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Although some authors have claimed that there are several problems associated with the implementation of TBLT in all FL contexts (institutional, teacher- and learner-related, see Carless, 2002, 2003; Shehadeh, 2012, for details), numerous research studies are being carried out in these settings (Garcia Mayo, 2007, 2017; Sato & Ballinger, 2016; Shehadeh & Coombe, 2012; Thomas & Reinders, 2015; Van den Branden, 2006), particularly within two second language acquisition (SLA) frameworks, namely cognitive (Long, 1996; Mackey, 2007; Pica, 2013) and sociocultural (Storch, 2013; Swain, 2006; Vygotsky, 1978), briefly described below.
TBLT and CLIL are consciously foregrounded in the theoretical and practical perspectives in some undergraduate courses focusing on methodology, but they are also used and unconsciously acquired in foreign language lessons.
The original impetus for TBLT comes from the celebrated Bangalore Project (Prabhu, 1987), which reacted against both the traditional form of English as a foreign language (EFL) used in India, and against the type of communicative language teaching practiced in Europe (Cook, 2001).
Referring to the methodological principles employed in "an embryonic theory of teaching" known as Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT), they map these onto pedagogical procedures in the second language classroom and in TELL in a way that seems to be applicable to language learning and teaching more widely.
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This Research Note illustrates Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) as developed by Michael H.
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Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) has been gaining momentum over several decades as a learner-centred and experiential approach to communicative language teaching and learning.
As a remedy for the deficiencies caused by the form-focused language teaching methods, meaning-focused methods, specifically task-based language teaching (TBLT), have been proposed to give learners communicative competency so that they use the target language for communication (Ellis, 2003; Nunan, 2004; Willis & Willis, 2007).
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