مجلة الآداب والعلوم الإنسانية
Volume 10, Numéro 2, Pages 100-121
Abstract Informed by Jane Willis’s framework for task-based language learning and Michael Breen’s insights into the involvement of learners in the evaluation of learning task cycles, a unit of study was designed and implemented to experiment with clustered tasks as a means of maintaining peer-peer oral/aural interaction in the classroom at substantial levels. This analytical approach is an alternative to the task-repetition approach proposed by Martin Bygate.
Keywords: analysis of learning tasks; clustered tasks; meaningful interaction; skill enhancement.
Aoudjit Bessai Nesrine