Community Language Learning

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8 Responses

  1. Dawn Pugh says:

    Devised by Charles Curran in the early 1970’s Community Language Learning was based on Carl Rogers ‘Person centered counseling Approach’. The counselor offers empathy while giving advice and support for issues and difficulties, using the core conditions which are invaluable in alot of therapies.

    Thank you
    Dawn Pugh

  2. Thank you Dawn Pugh for the invaluable comment!

  3. Yulia says:

    Bulgarian psychotherapist Georgyi Lozanov used similar methods. he was successful. In 30 day his students could read and speak fluently but without constant practice these knowledges vanished as quickly as they appeared.

  4. nazi says:

    thanks alot,very helpful.

  5. M.E. says:

    I like your website: its articles on different teaching methodologies helps me understand them better.

    It would be even better if it wouldn’t force the browser to move down when opening up a new page here: it’s quite annoying, plus it’s something that I’ve only seen here. Getting rid of this feature would make a good site even better.

  1. July 16, 2013

    […] led to an interest in  not only the affective factors but also in the cognitive factors.  While Community Language Learning, drawing from Carl Roger’s philosophy, focused on the importance of the affect, new methods […]

  2. March 27, 2016

    […] This approach aims to engage the whole person, including emotions and feelings as well as their knowledge of the language. Students sit around in a circle and discuss a chosen topic while the teacher monitors their activity and provides some of the target language or corrects some mistakes. The teacher may also record the students and give feedback.The teachers job is to facilitate learning rather than directly teach the students. Students are encouraged to communicate and learn alongside each other. […]

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