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From Experience To Knowledge In Elt

Author: Julian Edge
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780194422710
Size: 76.17 MB
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Includes sections on teaching materials, classroom environment, and equipment Explains principles of lesson planning and classroom management Suggests ways of improving students' language skills Surveys different types of language test and how to use them Supports professional development, including preparation for gaining a recognised teaching qualification, such as the Cambridge Teaching Knowledge Test Authors have a wide experience of teacher training in a variety of contexts

Teaching Business English

Author: Mark Ellis
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780194371674
Size: 42.93 MB
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This book focuses on utilizing the learner's professional knowledge and experience. Teaching strategies that are relevant to the business student's special needs are presented.

Exploring Psychology In Language Learning And Teaching

Author: Marion Williams
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0194423964
Size: 61.41 MB
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This book explores key areas of educational and social psychology and considers their relevance to language learning and teaching, using activities and questions for reflection. The topics discussed in the book include: • learners’ and teachers’ beliefs about how a language should be learned and taught • learning and working in groups • relationships with others • the role of the self in teaching and learning • motivation to start and persist with tasks • the role of emotions in learning. The authors provide useful insights for the understanding of language learning and discuss the important implications for language teaching pedagogy. Extra resources are available on the website: www.oup.com/elt/teacher/exploringpsychology Marion Williams was formerly Reader in Applied Linguistics at the University of Exeter and is a past president of IATEFL. Sarah Mercer is Professor of Foreign Language Teaching at the University of Graz, Austria. Stephen Ryan is Professor in the School of Economics at Senshu University, Tokyo.

Oxford Handbooks For Language Teachers Putting Clil Into Practice

Author: Phil Ball
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0194421023
Size: 36.23 MB
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This book offers a new methodological framework for the CLIL classroom, focusing on how to guide input and support output. Full of real-life examples and practical guidelines, the book provides support to both novice and experienced CLIL teachers. Areas covered include: the language used in CLIL; CLIL teacher training; materials design for CLIL; assessment in CLIL. Extra resources are available on the website: www.oup.com/elt/teacher/clil Phil Ball is a CLIL author and teacher trainer based in northern Spain. Keith Kelly is a writer and speaker on CLIL worldwide, and is based in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. John Clegg is a textbook author and CLIL consultant based in London.

Exploring Learner Language

Author: Elaine Tarone
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780194422918
Size: 71.53 MB
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Gives you a unique 'hands-on' introduction to studying ESL learners' language using video interviews and footage of students doing language tasks Uses linked exercises in the book to guide you through the stages of analysing learners' language Provides full transcripts and an answer discussion section to help you to study and refer back to the input and explanations. Case study approach gives you the skills that will help you to explore learner language in your own classroom Recommended for TESOL Masters and Diploma students and language teacher educators

Thinking About Language Teaching

Author: Michael Swan
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780194424813
Size: 30.28 MB
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Contains eighteen academic and pedagogical articles and seven satirical pieces. Brings Michael Swan's best known and most widely cited articles together in a single book for the first time. This creates a unique and valuable resource both for people already familiar with these articles and for those discovering them through this collection. Articles were all originally published in leading journals such as Applied Linguistics and the English Language Teaching Journal All articles are published in their original form, but each one has an introduction by the author written specifically for this book, giving readers a historical and personal perspective on the topics discussed. Suitable for a wide audience, including teacher trainers, practising and trainee teachers, as well as academics and researchers.

Learner Based Teaching

Author: Colin Campbell
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780194371636
Size: 21.14 MB
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This book includes 70 language practice activities that make use of the wealth of knowledge, experience, and expertise that students bring to the classroom.

Communication In The Language Classroom

Author: Tony Lynch
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780194335225
Size: 66.50 MB
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Surveys the findings of recent research into classroom interaction involving language learners Discusses the implications of this research for designing classroom communication tasks Offers practical suggestions for applying the ideas in the book to the classroom Supports explanations with transcripts of recordings of real language classes made by the author over a twelve-year period Suitable for trainee teachers on Diploma/Master's courses, as well as new and experienced practising ELT/ESL teachers.

Educating Second Language Teachers

Author: Donald Freeman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0194427536
Size: 68.72 MB
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Donald Freeman examines how core ideas and practices in educating second language teachers relate to and differ from teacher education in other content areas. He weaves together research in general and second language teacher education with accounts of experience and practice to examine how background knowledge is defined in language teaching. Throughout, Freeman demonstrates how understanding the processes of teacher learning, knowing, thinking, and reflecting are ‘the same things done differently’ in second language teacher education. Educating Second Language Teachers reconsiders pre- and in-service teacher education, and proposes a detailed, comprehensive design theory for teacher education. “A masterful account of the landscape of second language teacher education and the development of its theoretical assumptions and practices. It offers a unique and original conceptualization of the field and will be an invaluable resource for teachers, teacher educators and researchers.” Jack C. Richards, University of Sydney and University of Auckland Additional online resources are available at www.oup.com/elt/teacher/eslt Donald Freeman is Associate Professor of Education at the University of Michigan. Oxford Applied Linguistics Series Advisers: Anne Burns and Diane Larsen-Freeman