Recent Perspectives on Task-Based Language Learning and Teaching


  • Krishna Kumari Upadhayaya Kathmandu University, Nepal



TBLT, empirical foundations, practices, cognitive-interactionist theory, modified output, Learners’ personalities, pedagogical and educational perspective


The book, Recent Perspectives on Task-Based Language Learning and Teaching, edited by Mohammad Javad Ahmadian and María del Pilar García Mayo, may prove a useful tool for experienced and novice Task-Based Language Teaching (TBLT) researchers. The book is divided into 12 chapters and discusses the most recent trends in TBLT.


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Author Biography

Krishna Kumari Upadhayaya, Kathmandu University, Nepal

Krishna Kumari Upadhayaya, is a PhD. student in English Language Education at Kathmandu University. She is a teacher and school leader. She has been in the field of education for more than a decade. She has published four school-level books and has provided training to English teachers in schools. During the Covid-19 pandemic, she conducted research on effective teaching methods for online modalities. She has given a presentation on the same topic at international conferences. She is a novice researcher and is getting her academic writings published. Her email address is