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AmTESOL Webinar – Methods and Approaches to Teaching English

Join us for an enlightening and educational experience! All are welcome to attend an upcoming webinar to learn from industry expert Jason R. Levine, and gain valuable insights on how to teach English. Don’t miss out on this chance to expand your knowledge and skills.

There are many methods and approaches to teaching English, including:

  1. Communicative Language Teaching (CLT): This approach emphasizes the use of real-life communication in the classroom and focuses on developing students’ ability to communicate effectively in English.
  2. Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT): This approach uses real-life tasks and activities as the basis for language instruction, with the goal of developing students’ ability to use English in a practical context.
  3. Content-Based Language Teaching (CBLT): This approach uses authentic materials, such as articles, videos, and podcasts, as the basis for language instruction and focuses on developing students’ language skills while also teaching them about a specific subject matter.
  4. Direct Method: This approach emphasizes the use of the target language (English) in the classroom and focuses on teaching grammar and vocabulary through direct explanations and examples.
  5. Grammar-Translation Method: This approach focuses on teaching grammar rules and translating texts from the target language to the students’ native language.
  6. Audio-lingual Method: This approach emphasizes drilling and repetition to teach grammar and vocabulary.
  7. The Communicative Approach: This approach emphasizes on teaching English as a communicative tool, focusing on the functional and social use of the language.
  8. The Natural Approach: This approach emphasizes on the natural way of acquiring language, similar to the way children learn their native language.

These are just a few examples of the many methods and approaches to teaching English we will discuss. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, and the best approach will depend on the specific needs and goals of the students.

Click to Join Live February 21st at 12pm New York Time, 5pm UK