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...real situations apart from mechanic tasks in course books. It focuses on students’ purpose to serve their practical communicating situations and provide them enough language sources to use. In addition, it helps students define what they know or do not know in their needs, so the teachers can meet those needs in time.
As for motivation, It makes learners be active to learn or find what they do not know, they should aware of their owm needs and responsibility in practicing. With TBL approach, teachers can use in all levels because with each levels will have specific knowledge quantity, or even it can be used in mixed ability levels; depending on students’ levels, no matter what bad or good students, it will create many different outputs in classes. But I think the most successful in speaking class is that every learners experienced the same communicative actions.
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