Reading on tasks and TBLT types

To prepare for this session, take a look at these selections from Long’s book and articles relating to definitions of tasks and types of task-based learning.

To help keep track of your reading, drag and drop each text to the I’ve read it! column as you proceed.

Required reading

*This is a description of a task taken from the SLB materials bank, and which is referred to in the presentation for this session. You can sign up for Freeed (free) to download the materials and video links from that page, or you can access them directly here.

Further reading

If you are interested in TSLT, we recommend taking a look at:

  • Anderson, N. & McCutcheon, N. (2019). Activities for Task-Based Learning: Integrating a Fluency-First Approach into the ELT Classroom. Stuttgart: DELTA Publishing.

Neil’s review of this book in the blog section of this website explores the issue of syllabus types in relation to TBLT:


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