by yasirrauf on October 28th, 2008

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What is the difference among method, technique, and approach

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  • by Anonymous on November 16th, 2008

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    An approach is a set of assumptions ( Why ) , a method is how to carry out these assumptions and theories ( how ) , techniques are steps to achieve certain goals.

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  • by Mohammed Ali_A on December 11th, 2011

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    APPROACH ==> ASSUMPTION :An approach is a set of correlative assumptions about the nature of language and language learning

    METHOD ==> PLAN :A method is a plan for presenting the language material to be learned and should be based upon a selected approach.

    TECHNIQUE==> TRICK :A technique is a very specific, concrete stratagem or trick designed to accomplish an immediate objective.

    Thus we can conclude that approach is translated into method that contains technique with series of procedure.

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  • by Guidel on April 23rd, 2009

    Guidel

    An approach is something that reflect a certain model or research paradigm --- a theory if you like. an approach is the broadest of three.
    A method is a set of procedures that describe how to teach a languages.It is more specific than approach
    And a technique is a classroom device or activity and it is more specific than method

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  • by abdou2233 on February 22nd, 2009

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    An approach is a set of theories and principles,a method is the way you apply these theories and priciples ,and a technique is the tools and the tasks you use to make your method succeed.

    This is what I know

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  • by philosopher-saint on May 18th, 2009

    philosopher-saint

    We talkin' redheads?!
    ;-)

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  • by Marky Mark on July 23rd, 2014

    Marky Mark

    A method is a recipe.

    A technique is a skillful way.

    An approach is an attitude.

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  • by AIAR on December 11th, 2011

    AIAR

    I'd say:
    Approach - mostly random
    Technique - methodical

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  • by /dhruba.baral on July 23rd, 2014

    /dhruba.baral

    An approach is the philosophical or theoretical justification of certain field of knowledge e.g. language. Empiricism and rationalism define language in their own philosophical terms.
    Method, on the other hand, is the statement of how the content of the language should be presented under the given theoretical assumptions. What aspects of the language to select for classroom purpose, how to present them in the syllabus and how tho present the selected topics in the classroom are well stated under method. It is procedural and more precise than the approach.
    Technique, on the other hand, is implementational. It is the set of activities and materials.

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