The fractal approach envisages a new paradigm of language based on forms found in
nature and indicates a goal-oriented method of developing teaching materials incorporating
a holistic view of language acquisition
Language is a dynamic process, the hallmarks of which are self-organisation, self-similarity
and chaotic determination. Instead of seeking simple solutions to complex problems,
teachers and syllabus designers should be reaching out beyond existing course books
and methodologies to embrace the lessons learned by other scientific disciplines.