A brief history of language teaching

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March 25, 2009 by Willy Cardoso

This is a great article I found on the net, can’t really remember where, so I uploaded on Scribd instead of simply linking it.

The point here is “principled integration”, i.e. not  throwing away past approaches, but being able to use and combine any of them whenever appropriate. Using a basic notion of  History he assertively says, “remember that everything has come from what has been before, and that everything that has gone before remains relevant today.”

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