Task-based language learning is an approach where the planning of learning materials and teaching sessions are based around doing a task. In education, a task refers to an activity where communication is necessary: for example; deciding something, solving a problem, designing or organising something, or telling someone to do something.
It is student-centred; Assign tasks in context (task-based approach), e.g. designing online/face to face tasks (written/oral tasks); simulation and development of real life tasks; completion of tasks and the language study is determined by what happens as the students complete them; it aims at the description, reflection and discussion of meaningful tasks; practice of areas which need more work.
Search, create and share your own 'flashcards': Brainscape is one of the platforms with the largest number and variety of digital cards for teaching that exist, and in it are all kinds of materials on the most varied topics. As simple as downloading the app (available on iOS and Android) and dive among the available themes, many of them in different languages. The website also has a section for teachers to get the most out of it.