AbstractTask-based German for Tourism is the most realistic alternative among communicative language methods. It makes possible to combine relevant contents for professional purposes with real communicative tasks. Cognitiveinteractionist approaches in second language acquisition research assume that communicative, meaning-oriented language learning needs to be complemented with more formal instruction. As a result of a task-based learning with focus on form, Grammar becomes a metalinguistic task that has to be undertaken cooperatively and interactively.
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