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Communicative Language Teaching 361
Pérez M., Ph.D. in Philology, PhD English Philology, teacher of English in English Department, University of Almería
Since mid-seventies, communication and communicative competence has been a key concept in the theories and researches developed in educational linguistics and language pedagogy. The communicative approach origins in comes to the development of language programs in Europe and the United States to meet the language needs of a growing group of immigrants and temporary workers. E The functional aspects respond to factors related to the situation and the social environment. Therefore, the formal and structural theories see language teaching outside a particular context of use of it, while the communicative theory presents the teaching of second languages in a clear social context.
Keywords: communicative competence, Second Language Teaching, methodologies, native speakers.