it views users and learners of a language primarily as ‘social agents’, i.e. members of society who have tasks (not exclusively language-related) to accomplish in a given set of circumstances, in a specific environment and within a particular field of action.
6.4 Some methodological options for modern language learning and teaching
avoiding advocacy or dogmatism
How are learners expected to learn a second or foreign language
Different concepts of how the learning of a language should be implemented
The frigil tried to glast the glotter. It was too gissle. Nobody was going to stop him from glasting the glotter, so he took a flizer and finally glasted it. At that very moment, the vilard misfragged and opreded the frigil.