Implementing Task-Based Learning Methods in Indian Classroom
Dr. Devimeenakshi. K; Dr. T. Karuankaran

The Task-Based Learning (TBL) is supported and teachers are instructed to train students in terms of applied learning in Indian institutions. Nowadays, academicians encourage applied learning and changing the design of the syllabus. According to them, the learners are expected to invent details and perform their tasks during classroom sessions. Thus, TBL stands unique in assigning language practices to the learners. Moreover, the current syllabus is meant to have some components of Technical English, Business English, Soft Skills and a research project. Indeed, the project report is a new arrival in English Language Teaching to improve the skills of students in research writing. The aim of this paper is to describe the Task-Based Learning concept, and how teachers train their students through this methodology, thereby catering to their needs, focusing on language skills, so helping them to face the competitive world with required skills. Hence, the teachers take up the roles of facilitators, and drill the students with relevant activities. The outcome of lesson plans, teaching methodologies, students’ feedbacks to the approaches of teachers, learners’ performance, result of their performances, evaluation and recommendation.

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