Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Second Language and Its Significance in Teaching and Learning through Task-based Learning: Literature Review


G. Reeta Bai and Dr.C.S. Robinson

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221083

Keywords: Second Language, Teaching, Learning, Task-Based Learning, Comics.


Abstract

Learning a second language is not as simple as learning a regional language or mother tongue. Students can acquire the regional language faster because of the environment and usage of the language for survivors, where they get the opportunity to learn and get corrected. Whereas learning a second language without much reflection in routine will stress the learners to retain the language in the long run. To remove the barriers and learn the language better, task-based learning is one of the approaches that help the learners use the language without any intervention. Mistakes are rectified through observation and learning. It also indirectly helps the students to learn a second language faster. This review aims to define the character of task-based learning, the role of a teacher and the students, and to indicate the research carried out by various researchers. This literature review also states the effective usage of comics in task-based learning to improve the students’ learning outcomes. Reading has a great impact on an individual because many leaders were voracious readers and that was reflected in their speech, daily life, and the book they published.

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