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Task-Based Language Learning and Teaching

Theoretical, Methodological, and Pedagogical Perspectives


Odile Eckerth and Sabine Siekmann

Contents: Johannes Eckerth: Task-based language learning and teaching - old wine in new bottles? – Michael Schart: What matters in TBLT - task, teacher or team? An action research perspective from a beginning German language classroom – Silvia Pesce: Focused tasks in L2 Spanish grammar learning and teaching – Johannes Eckerth: Task-based learner-learner interaction: investigating learning opportunities, learning processes, and learning outcomes – David Ishii: Language dia-logs: consciousness-raising through collaborative reflection – Sabine Siekmann: Peer scaffolding and orientation towards the task during collaborative WebQuests – Paula Krüger: Cognitive processes in solving thinking-aloud tasks – Lena Heine: Task-based cognition of bilingual learners in subject-specific contexts – Helmut Johannes Vollmer: Constructing tasks for content and language integrated learning and assessment – Jörg-U. Keßler: Communicative tasks and second language profiling: linguistic and pedagogic implications.