A method can be defined as an overall plan for the presentation of the language material it is based upon, or the selected approach to teach it. The main goal of all foreign language teachers is to help their students to acquire the four basic language skills known as speaking, listening, reading and writing that will enable them to communicate effectively. When the students learn a language, they develop all these skills which require different teaching methodologies and pose different pedagogical difficulties.
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