EFFECTS OF VERBAL AND NON VERBAL INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES ON FRENCH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING
If the learning of a language is the learning of a set of skills, language teaching should therefore be different from the teaching of a content subject as the role of direct sensory experience in language learning is viewed differently. The pertinent aspects of language teaching include an organized
concept designed to harness the basic components that govern the language structure and use. These components however must be acquired and developed to enhance the learning abilities. This article is intended to expose certain strategic elements that would enhance efficiency in teaching and learning processes for good performance.
Keywords: interference, teaching strategies, transfer of competence, bi-plurilingualism
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