View context for this page View table of contents for this book View table of contents for LinguaLinksLibrary Go to LinguaLinks home page
 

A brief survey of language learning methods

 

Introduction
 

In their book, Approaches and methods in language teaching, Richard and Rodgers analyze a number of currently-used or recently-used language learning methods, describing them in terms of the following elements:

 
  • the approach to the theory of language and language learning behind them
  • the design they use(specification of course objectives and syllabus, types of activities, learner roles), and
  • the procedure (techniques and activities) they follow
 

The modules in this section are based on Richard and Rodgers and are aimed to help you choose your own approach, method and techniques for language learning by informing you better about the choices you have.

In this module group
 

Context for this page:

Go to SIL home page This page is an extract from the LinguaLinks Library, Version 3.5, published on CD-ROM by SIL International, 1999. [Ordering information.]

Page content last modified: 21 March 1999

© 1999 SIL International