Language teaching methods

Gramar translation method

 

Audiolingual method

 

Direct method

 

Communicative approach

 

Natural approach

 

No approach or method has been 100% effective or totally useless….it’s up to you

Acerca de MOR (three twenty-aged-teachers)

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2 respuestas a Language teaching methods

  1. Maybe you could have added an brief explanation for each method, or a link to a page where each method is explained, in order to know the differences between them.

    Helena Coín

    • Hello, Helena.
      Thanks for your advice, but, as you can see in the “about” space, we are still working in the blog. That section you’ve readen it’s not finished yet. But it will be in a few days….come back soon!Hello, Helena.
      Thanks for your advice, but, as you can see in the “about” space, we are still working in the blog. That section you’ve readen it’s not finished yet. But it will be in a few days….come back soon!

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