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The Target-Based language teaching approach (TBLT), or Target-Based language instruction strategy (TBI) is one of the most widely-used teaching interventions in language instruction, particularly in the field of Second Language Acquisition (SLA). It was created in the 1970s as an answer to the need to teach both grammar and meaning during SLA. Its application branches out of CLT (Communicative Language Teaching) and, according to Cook and Gass (1993), TBLT is to be pedagogically described as  

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