p)Language is not seen separated from culture. Culture is the everyday behavior of people who use the target language. One of the teachers’ responsibilities is to present information about that culture in context.q)Students are taken to be the imitators of the teacher’s model or the tapes.r)The dialogue is the chief means of presenting vocabulary, structures and it islearned through repetition and imitation.s)Mimicry, memorization and pattern drills are the practice techniques that areemphasized.t)Most of the interaction is between the teacher and the learner and it is imitated bythe learner.u)Listening and speaking are given priority in language teaching, and they precedereading and writing.v)Correct pronunciation, stress, rhythm and intonation are emphasized.w)The meanings of the words are derived in a linguistic and cultural context and notin isolation.x)Audio-visual aids are used to assist the students’ ability to form new languagehabits.
Principles of CLT-
a) Language as it is used in real context should be introduced. b) Students should be able to figure out the speaker’s or writer’s intentions.c) The target language is the vehicle for classroom communication.d) One function may have many different linguistic forms.e) Opportunities should be given to students to express their ideas and opinions.f) Errors are seen as the natural outcome of the development of communicationskills.g) Fluency is much more important than accuracy.h) Creating situations to promote communication is one of the teacher’sresponsibilities.i) The social context of the communicative events is essential in giving meaning tothe utterances. j) The teacher acts as an advisor during communicative activity, a facilitator of students’ learning, a manager of classroom activity, or a co-communicator.k) When communicating, a speaker has a choice about what to say and how to say it.