Teaching Approaches & Strategies | Approches et stratégies de l'enseignement

Action-Oriented Approach


Description
An action-oriented approach, as described in the CEFR, views the learner as a “social agent” who uses language to accomplish tasks within specific domains (i.e., educational, occupational, public, and personal). This approach focuses on the needs of the learner to survive and thrive in real-life situations. The action-oriented approach promotes learner engagement and autonomy, and recognizes the social element of language use.
Content
  • Action-Oriented Approach Handbook
  • Creating Tasks in L2 Classrooms with the AOA Handbook
  • Additional Resources
  • Action-Oriented Tasks: Theory into Practice
  • Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice: Action Oriented Tasks in FSL
Completion rules
  • You must complete 50.00% of the content