Utilitarianism and communicative Language Teaching Outline: 1) Introduction 2) Main Differences 3) Conclusion Audiologists and communicative Language Teaching are methods of second language learning based on different approaches, design, and procedure. These methods were used in different eras. In 1950 Audiologists replaced Grammar Translation Method. In Audiologists theory of language and language learning is structuralism and behaviorism respectively. This method was rejected by British linguists in sass.
In 1970 Communicative Language Teaching replaced Audiologist method. Theory of language in CULT was communication and theory of learning was communication principles or skill learning based on cognition, comprehension, thinking and memory aspects. Audiologist method focus on structure and form more than meanings, while in CULT meanings are paramount. In CULT dialogs are used centre around communicative functions and are not normally memorized, While AL method demand memorization of structural based dialogs.
In ALMA language items re not necessarily conceptualize, while in CULT conceptualization is a basic premise. In CULT effective communication is sought, on the other hand in ALMA mastery is sought. In ALMA drilling is central technique, while in CULT drilling may occur, but peripherally. In CULT comprehensible pronunciation is sought, while in ALMA native-speaker like pronunciation is sought. In ALMA the use of student’s native language is forbidden, while in CULT Judicious use of native language is accepted where students need or benefit from it, while in ALMA translation is forbidden at early level.
In ALMA reading ND writing are deferred till speech is master, while in CULT reading and writing can start from first day. In CULT teacher helps learners in any way that motivates them to work in the language, while in ALMA teacher controls the learners and prevents them from doing anything that conflicts with the theory. Audiologist and communicative Language.