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The first chapter returns to a number of key questions (such as the place of real-life and pedagogic tasks in a task-based course) raised in Chapter 1 and addressed throughout the book. It aims to provide a balanced position on these issues. The second part addresses a number of challenges facing TBLT – theoretical challenges, such as how to develop a model of task performance and long-term acquisition; research challenges, such as the need for longitudinal studies of tasks; and pedagogic challenges, such as the use of TBLT in different instructional contexts. In this way, this chapter looks back and also forward, identifying issues that have figured in TBLT to date and issues that must be addressed in the future.