Jim Scrivener on Traditional PPP in the EFL Classroom

My response to this post...

I think the problem I have most with this technique is the lack of contextualization, and the tendency to fall into a teaching rut.  I don't discredit it completely, but do think that the inclusion of technology, for example, affords teachers and English language learners more opportunities to learn the target language in more authentic situations (at all levels).  The more authentic the situation, the more motivated the learner.  It's all about mixing it up.


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