Advantages Of The Audioingual Method

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The Direct Method had lost its popularity in the U.S. by the first half of the twentieth century, however, According to Brown (2001), he believed that the bought of the Direct Method was declined by the Audio- Lingual Approach. By the halfway of the twentieth century the Direct Method resuscitate into what was probably the most visible of all language teaching rebellion in the modern era which is the Audio- Lingual Approach. (Li, 2009/2010) Reading approach like the Grammar Translation Method, which the U.S. educational institutions at the time believed that it was more practical than an oral one. Therefore, the Grammar Translation Method went strongly in the 1930s and 1940s in all schools across the U.S. However, after World War II, the U.S. saw a critical need which is being proficient in oral for them to understand the language of their allies as well as enemies. Due to this change in the current view of language teaching from a mere reading approach to one with a heavier emphasis on aural and oral skills. The…show more content…
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