Different ages and different levels require various techniques: 1)Total physical response or TPR. This first step can later be expanded to storytelling, where students act out actions described, 2) The communicative approach is the most widely used and most widely accepted approach, 3) Task-based learning, a refinement of the communicative approach, focuses on the completion of specific tasks through which language is taught and learned. 4)Reading Method — Sometimes graduate students or researchers will only need to learn how to read scholarly articles in a language, so they learn through the Reading Method. 5) The theory behind audio-lingualism is that language learning requires learning habits. Repetition is the mother of all learning. This methodology emphasizes drill work in order to make answers to questions instinctive and automatic.
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