carry information vital to follow and understand the plot. Partly dispensable are those elements that may be condensed and dispensable elements are those that may be entirely omitted by the translators, even if there is space and time for their translation, because they do not carry any vital information (Georgakopoulou 2009: 26-27).
sure to consider similarities/differences in aims, type of data, procedures and epistemology. Also discuss advantages and disadvantages of the two different methods critically. Finally, comment on some ethical issues that you may have to consider in relation to these methods Similarities Both share the same methodology by employing interviews, observations, document analysis, audiovisual materials and the like. Both techniques employ inductive approach, Inductive analysis means that the patterns
higher level of reading comprehension and writing proficiency were required. Similarly, this method was not useful enough to develop the pragmatic competence of the learners ate the discoursal level. 4. The Audio-Lingual Method The Audiolingual/Audiovisual Method also called "The Army Method," was basically designed for the US military personnel. The method was inspired by the structuralists and the behaviourists in modelling language teaching on a set of habit formations. Larsen-Freeman and Anderson