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My college professor said that task-based activities in learning the English language mainly deal with real-world situations apart from the speech laboratory. How true is it? Please enlighten me by citing concrete examples of these activities. Thank you very much.
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That sounds like you aer asking us to you your assignment for you. Yes it is true, you can look for the examples.
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Hello there,

there are loads of activities you may find in here:

www.willis-elt.co.uk

Dave and Jane are the father and mother of task-based approach and you may find a lot of lesson planning and activities in there.

You give students a task to talk about their own expriences or lives and after that you clarify the language implicitely and then you go to the freer practice of the language. I myself don't like this approach as it is difficult to cover all of the languages we should cover in a course, but as a technique in the class, It is worth a try!

Wish you luck!

Sib