This book introduces its audience to the use of CLT in ESL context. The author investigates the relevance of CLT as an additional approach to improving the falling standard of English in Ghana. She uses CLT as the theoretical underpinning of the study. The central theoretical concept in CLT is communicative competence. Communicative competence includes sociocultural, strategic, discourse and grammatical competences. These competences make the learner able to negotiate meaning in the English language. Additionally, CLT is eclectic in nature and is learner centered with the teacher being the facilitator. The study employs experimental research in investigating the impact of CLT in English language teaching. The subjects were categorized into control and experimental groups. The members of the experimental group were taught by using CLT while the Structural approach was used for the control group. The data gathered and analyzed indicated that CLT is an approach that can improve the standard of English in Ghana.