Communicative Language Teaching and Its Impact on Students’ Performance

Hysen Kasumi


Communicative Language Teaching as a method of 21st century in terms of learning foreign languages undoubtedly takes a very important place, if not central place in Kosovo curriculum for high schools. In our research, we did a literature review regarding the Method of Communication, in the regional countries, Europe Union and beyond. Initially it is studied Kosovo curriculum and then application of this method in Kosovo schools. Since, CLT shows a number of advantages compared with other standard methods, its impact on students’ performance and motivation. Moreover, it was conducted a research by observing some of the schools in urban and rural areas, to see how this approach is implemented in our schools. Furthermore, there was also conducted an empirical research of student performance based on the four language skills such as reading, writing, speaking and listening. It was also used the experimental method to see the differences of students’ performance, of those who are taught using the Communicative Language Teaching Method and those who are taught with other standard methods.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2015.v5n1s1p155

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