Task-based Instruction in the EFL Classroom

posted by Jürgen Kurtz, Karlsruhe University of Education, Germany

About a year ago, Andreas Müller-Hartmann (Heidelberg University of Education, Germany) gave a keynote speech at a regional DGFF-conference at the University of Wuppertal, Germany (November 28, 2008) in which he focused on the role of tasks in target language skills development and in promoting intercultural communicative competence. The audio podcast (in German) is available here.


One response to “Task-based Instruction in the EFL Classroom

  1. Thanks for sharing all of this great information. It’s really refreshing to find blogs like yours on wordpress, where the majority of blogs dedicated to SLA and applied linguistics seem to be nothing more than cut-and-paste from wikipedia. Looking forward to following your future posts.

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