Form-Focused Instruction : Isolated or Integrated ?

  title={Form-Focused Instruction : Isolated or Integrated ?},
  • Published 2008
There is increasing consensus that form-focused instruction helps learners in communicative or content-based instruction to learn features of the target language that they may not acquire without guidance. The subject of this article is the role of instruction that is provided in separate (isolated) activities or within the context of communicative activities (integrated). Research suggests that both types of instruction can be beneficial, depending on the language feature to be learned, as… CONTINUE READING
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