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Language Teaching Through the Integrated Process of Theory and Practice

Irida Hoti, Orjeta Baja


Language teaching is a very important process in forming the personality of the pupils and extending their knowledge in different fields. Teaching process, formal or informal, leads to the achievement of the subject/theme objectives according to standards and the most important in the integration of the theory and practice for a better spoken, written and understanding of the language. The organization of school and further education has long been associated with the idea of a curriculum. Language curriculum includes theory and practice because they go ahead together fulfilling each – other, by interconnecting four components: reading, speaking writing and grammar. Language teaching through this integrated process is also based on Herbart’s theory “The practice without theory passes in routine, otherwise the theory without practice goes through the mist of abstraction.” A pupil can achieve the theory to serve the practice, and the teacher must find a connection between theoretical value and pedagogic utility. This study shows how useful is the integration of the theory and practice in language teaching by emphasizing language learning/teaching at the school, language curriculum sustained and led by the teacher’s role.

Keywords: language teaching, theory, practice, grammar, speaking, writing.

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