|The following type of activity exploits the special features of dynamic websites:
They are interactive: the user gets feedback from the computer based on the information he enters.
They replace real-life dialogues.
The use of dynamic websites is typically linked to a specific intention. The information retrieved should help the user to make a decision, e.g. which train to take.
From the customer's point of view, the action "buying a train ticket" is typically part of the action "planning a journey". In order to design communicative, realistic tasks it makes sense to consider this context.understand the purpose of the task
It provides the necessary framework and objectives for role play.
Moreover, it helps learners to:
get involved into it.