The goals of CLT are students to learn to use judge the success of their attempts to communicate and to use linguistic forms in the social context
Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) CLT focuses on meaning, with no explicit attention to grammatical form.
We are going to have an example of activity using (CTL)
Teachers explain present continous
Hello class. Today we are going to talk about the present continuous. We use it to talk about things that are happening now.
We form it by using the present form of the verb “to be” plus the “ing” form of the verb. For example, I am talking to you now. I am writing on the whiteboard now
Teacher give cards to students and they have to say what they are doing according to the card
I am washing my car.
I am riding my bike.
I am watching TV.
What is the teacher doing?
The teacher picks up a book and starts reading it.
She is reading a book
References Ron Cowan. (n.d.). The teacher's grammar of English. n.d.: Cambridge. Strawbridge, J. (2018). Get 'em Talking: Communicative Language Teaching Lesson Plan Ideas for Any Classroom. Educator Blog. Available at: https://www.fluentu.com/blog/educator/communicative-language-teaching-lesson-plan/
To conclude. Classroom instruction in CLT involves students in unrehearsed communicative activities games.