When learners are involved in real communication, their natural strategies and approaches for language acquisition will be used and this will allow them to learn the language and are the language. The terms competence and performance are used frequently in discussion of second language approaches. It is important to note that the term “approach” is used to refer to principles of syllabus construction and to actual classroom teaching materials and methods. The literature on curriculum innovation suggests that teachers’ understanding of an innovation is central to its success. In naturalistic settings human language communication takes both oral and written forms and develops in one or more languages wherever social interaction occurs.