Silent Way: Students errors are seen as a natural, indispensable part of the learning process. The teacher use student errors as a basis for deciding where further work is necessary. The teacher works with students in getting them to self correct. ALM: It’s important to prevent learners from making errors. Errors lead to the formation of bad habits. When errors do occur, they should be immediately corrected by the teacher. CLT: Errors are tolerated and seen as a natural outcome of the development of communication skills.