Using tasks in primary English classrooms: A study of curriculum reform in Hong Kong

An E HE

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Abstract

The Target-Oriented Curriculum recommends task-based learning. This paper analyzes classroom observations regarding teachers’ use of tasks and the practice opportunities created as the result of the tasks. Specific attention is focused on the interaction modes elicited by tasks, and the problems identified in the organization and management of tasks.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2001

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Hong Kong
organization
curriculum
classroom
reform
teacher
interaction
management
learning

Citation

He, A. E. (2001, February). Using tasks in primary English classrooms: A study of curriculum reform in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Conference 2001: Applied Linguistics for the 21st Century, St. Louis, MO.