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That is why many may speculate as to the reasons Ellis takes an old issue such as Task-based Language Learning. It is almost 15 years since Yalden stated the need and option to work with single work units and defined them although Ellis dates "task" in language learning back in the sixties as "tasks" or 7 years since Jane Willis outlined a framework for TBLL. Then, why now? A quick literature review shows that TBLL has become an important approach in the last years. To give an example, the ERIC database shows over 50 articles on this issue since the beginning of this third millennium.
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The current book complements his previous work by shedding more light on pedagogic issues related to TBLT. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Sign In or Create an Account. Sign In. Advanced Search.
As such, in this recently launched book — Task-based Language Learning and Teaching — he writes with expertise about a wide variety of topics in an accessible and reader-friendly style, offering an updated view of this important area of language teaching and research. On the contrary, the book attempts to answer a number of key questions in the field, looking at the problems as well as the advantages offered by the approach. The book contains ten chapters, each of which has a specific objective. The first chapter, for example, offers a framework for describing tasks and provides an overview of the key issues through the examination of tasks from the perspective of both SLA research and language pedagogy. The author concludes the chapter with a short but inspiring discussion of the relationship between researching and teaching tasks which touches on the half-century-old question of the gap between SLA research and language pedagogy. The other chapters of the book can be divided into two main areas that correspond to the areas presented in the title, that is, Language Learning Chapters 2 to 6 and Language Teaching Chapters 7 to Chapter 2 deals with the relationship between listening comprehension and language learning, and how listening tasks can contribute to both the teaching and research of this skill.
This book discusses whether task-based language teaching is appropriate for all learners in all instructional contexts. He has researched and published extensively in the fields of second language acquisition, language teaching and teacher education. This comprehensive yet personal book will be invaluable reading for very diverse audiences. Synthesizing a lifetime of engagement with language education and tasks, Rod Ellis proposes an options-based approach that can be flexibly adapted across geographies and masterfully re-examines the quandaries cognitive and social researchers investigate through the questions teachers ask. Rod Ellis has written yet another agenda-setting book, this time charting a journey through key issues in task-based language teaching.
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Task-based language teaching TBLT , also known as task-based instruction TBI , focuses on the use of authentic language and on asking students to do meaningful tasks using the target language. Such tasks can include visiting a doctor, conducting an interview, or calling customer service for help. Assessment is primarily based on task outcome in other words the appropriate completion of real-world tasks rather than on accuracy of prescribed language forms. This makes TBLT especially popular for developing target language fluency and student confidence.
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Task-Based Language Learning and Teaching. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Ellis, R. The differential effects of three types of task.
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