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|Title:||There Is No Best Method-Why?||Authors:||Prabhu, N.S.||Issue Date:||1990||Citation:||Prabhu, N.S. (1990). There Is No Best Method-Why?. TESOL Quarterly 24 (2) : 161-176. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The often-heard viewpoint that there is no one best method for language instruction is considered. The propositional context of this statement is emphasized, & an attempt is made to clarify the sense in which this statement can be viewed as accurate. Three arguments in support of this theory are proposed: (1) it depends on the teaching situation, (2) all methods have some validity, & (3) it is necessary to reconsider the term "best." It is concluded that instead of searching for a best method, it may be more helpful to look for ways in which teachers' & specialists' viewpoints can interact. J. Sihvola.||Source Title:||TESOL Quarterly||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/130247||ISSN:||00398322|
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