Task Design of Task-Based Language Teaching in College English – A Case Study on Criticism: Don't Take It Personally release_4hfsdtrkvfg37fhsub5m33z3em

by Yuxia Huang

Published in Journal of Contemporary Educational Research by Bio-Byword Scientific Publishing, Pty. Ltd..

2022   p115-120


Task-based language teaching (TBLT) is a new English teaching method, in which teachers design specific tasks before classes, and students then acquire knowledge as well as develop their communicative competence and English proficiency by completing these tasks in class. In the whole process, the most important thing is task design in that it will directly affect the implementation and effect of TBLT if the teacher is unable to handle the task design properly. This paper aims to discuss on how to design better tasks to achieve the objective of helping students develop their communicative competence by taking Text A (Criticism: Don't Take It Personally) of Unit 7 (Interpersonal Relationships) in the 21st Century Practical College English (Book 2) as an example under the concept of TBLT.
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