Teaching without learning is useless. As (prospective) English teachers we need to make our students learn English while we teach the language. If we teach English but our students do not learn the language, it seems that we spend our time for nothing. If our purpose is how to make our students learn English effectively, we have to identify what methods can trigger our students to learn the target language more effectively and what methods may make them learn the language less effectively. This book begins with the history of English teaching methods, and, then, addresses the concepts of Approach, Method and Technique, which are overlapped one from another. Referring to the three concepts, this book then discusses the traditional methods, namely Grammar Translation Method, Direct Method, and The Practice-Theory Method and the Mimicry-Memorization. Finally, this book introduces Audio-Lingual Method, Silent way, Community Language Learning, Suggestopedia, Total Physical Response, Communicative Language Teaching and Natural Approach.