The primary purpose of this site is to provide a central resource community for those who are teaching TBLT courses (graduate and undergraduate) as well as language courses within a TBLT framework. While not the primary purpose of the site, the tasks posted here can also be used for research purposes (please see www.iris-database.org for tasks from published, peer-reviewed studies).

In the site you will find: syllabi from TBLT-focused content courses, a sample syllabus for a language course within a task- supported framework used at Indiana University, tasks for language classrooms, information on the TBLT research taking place at Indiana University, information on the 2017 Studies in Second Language Acquisition thematic issue, "TBLT and L2 pronunciation", and links to TBLT resources outside of Indiana University.

 Linguacuisine  a free app based on TBLT now available

If you enjoy learning languages while cooking. you may want to check this app. Created with TBLT principles in mind. You can take part in an online community and add your own favorite recipes using the ‘recipe builder’ – the Linguacuisine authoring tool.

 

For more information, contact Paul Seedhouse at paul.seedhouse@ncl.ac.uk

© 2017 by Marta Gonzalez-Lloret (IATBLT Secretary)
 

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