DESIGN A PRODUCT AND AN ADVERTISINIG CAMPAIGN

Vesna Kovačević

DOI Number
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First page
163
Last page
171

Abstract


One of the main goals of teaching a foreign language is its application and usage in real, everyday life. Task based learning is an approach in teaching English which gives students the opportunity to learn by doing while a teacher has a complex task to help them master variety of language and professional skills. As students experience different roles in accomplishing their task, and as it is authentic and true to life, the results of students’ work can be used in real life.

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