It refers to master a language, showing that one can do something and want to do something, and not just possessing knowledge
This approach is based on the promotion of authentic language, enhancing real communication in real-life situations, with fluency over accuracy
When all skills are worked at once in an integrated way, at the same time, but not to the same extent
Theory that perceives the construction of knowledge to be linked to the communication practice, with no distinction of status
Theory based on the fact that learning is no longer an internal and individual activity, but rather an activity that interacts with the help of the digital media
'Nobody can learn a language without some exposure to its ...'
According to this author, defining what we understand by language as communication will mean to say what kind of society we want to live in
Method in which students learn actively though movements, touching, etc.