Study Of Modern Languages

Author: Louis F. Klipstein
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A Sketch Of The Modern Languages Of The East Indies

Author: Robert Needham Cust
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A Sketch Of The Modern Languages Of Africa

Author: Robert Needham Cust
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Teaching Modern Languages To Young Learners

Author: Marianne Nikolov
Editor: Council of Europe
ISBN: 9789287162977
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This book is targeted at modern languages teachers of primary school children and focuses on curricula and syllabi, as well as on teaching materials and methodology. The papers look into issues related to both pre- and in-service teacher education, innovative curriculum and syllabus design in tertiary education and lower primary schools, and how new ideas can be implemented at national and classroom levels. The first six papers focus on teacher education curricula and teacher development in pre-service and in-service programs, whereas the last four papers examine curricula, teaching materials and projects in primary schools.--Publisher's description.

Modern Languages For Musicians

Author: Julie Yarbrough
Editor: Pendragon Press
ISBN: 9780945193067
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Using English as her starting point, the author introduces the International Phonetic Alphabet-the standard for pronunciation used by singers-and applies its symbols to the three languages essential to a study of vocal literature-German, Fre nch and Italian. The book is dedicated to a simplified grammatical approach which will ultimately enable all musicians to read treatises and journals, translate song texts, perform with understanding, and command the basic language skills of conversation.

Teaching Modern Languages

Author: Ann Swarbrick
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134851596
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Modern language classrooms are currently dominated by the communicative method of language teaching. This reader draws together recent and newly commissioned papers to show the origins of communicative methodology, how it has developed, what its research justification is and how it can most effectively be used in the classroom. Various chapters examine the particular challenges of differentiation, teaching grammar, encouraging pupils to use the target language together and teaching a foreign language to children with special educational needs. The final section discusses ways of developing creativity in the modern languages classroom through the use of drama, creative writing and role play. Anyone involved in teaching modern languages will find this reader a rich source for reflection and good practice.

Modern Languages

Author: Alison Phipps
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 9780761974185
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This accessible book is written by teachers of modern languages and tackles the specifics of the discipline while situating it within the literature on teaching Modern Languages in Higher Education.

Achievement Tests In The Modern Foreign Languages

Author: Vivian Allen Charles Henmon
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Modern Languages Across The Curriculum

Author: Michael Grenfell
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415254823
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As we enter the 21st century, questions of language and communications have never been more strongly posed. To celebrate the "century of langauge" this book deals with advances in modern languages teaching and learning across Europe. Individual chapters examine the developments in teaching methodologies over the past 100 years and the theoretical advances in our understanding of how languages are learned. The example of Communicative Language Teaching is used to illustrate the principles and purpose of learning a second language. The need for combining the content and form of language learning in a much more integrated fashion is set out; for example, teaching a curriculum subject through a foreign language. Individual national case studies show how these developments have been applied in a range of cultural contexts.

New Perspectives On Teaching And Learning Modern Languages

Author: Simon Green
Editor: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 9781853594717
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This exciting new publication featuring chapters from some of the foremost practitioners in the field of modern languages today closely examines research-based analysis, structural contexts and classroom practice in teaching and learning. After analysing the current situation, each author proposes radical solutions to current problems and the whole book provides much needed fresh thinking on methodology and pedagogy.

How To Teach Modern Languages And Survive

Author: Jan Pleuger
Editor: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 9781853595424
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This book sets out some of the practical techniques Jan Pleuger has used with children of all ages and abilities, and most of the ideas can also be applied to adult learners. These practical strategies are aimed at reducing both pupil and teacher anxiety and provides a deep understanding of the psychological dynamics of the modern language classroom. The result is an enjoyable book, entertainingly written and bursting with tips for busy Modern Language teachers.

Translation In The Modern Languages Degree

Author: Hugh Keith
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Early Learning Of Modern Foreign Languages

Author: Marianne Nikolov
Editor: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 1847691455
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Modern languages are taught to young learners at an increasingly early age, yet few publications focus on what is available to children in different contexts and classrooms. This book represents the state-of-the-art in research on young language learners. Covering a range of languages, contexts and research methods, it provides insights into how young learners progress.

Modern Languages For All

Author: Hilary McColl
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134113145
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This text demonstrates the substantial benefits that foreign language work has to offer students with special educational needs, whether in a mainstream or special school setting. The author offers practical advice on lesson planning, course design and methodology.

Methods Of Teaching Modern Languages

Author: A. M. Elliott
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The Teaching Of Modern Foreign Languages In The Primary School

Author: Patricia Driscoll
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415183826
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It has been argued for some time that to improve language learning in Britain we need to start earlier, as many other European countries do. This book is addressed to policy makers and teachers who are considering the possibility of getting involved in the teaching of MFL in the primary school.

The Year Book Of Modern Languages

Author: Gilbert Waterhouse
Editor: CUP Archive
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Teaching Modern Languages In The Primary School

Author: Patricia Driscoll
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134670842
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It has been argued for some time that to improve language learning in Britain we need to start earlier, as many other European countries do. This book is addressed to policy makers and teachers who are considering the possibility of getting involved in the teaching of MFL in the primary school.

Modern Languages In The Primary School

Author: Philip Hood
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1446244091
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How can foreign language learning be developed in primary schools? In what ways can it be integrated into the primary classroom? Modern Languages in the Primary School tackles these questions, challenging current perceptions of primary modern languages, arguing that modern languages should be fully integrated into the primary curriculum, and looking at ways in which this can be achieved. The authors examine ways in which language-learning can be made a rich experience for all. They offer ideas on how to start language programmes in schools, or enhance those already in place. The book: - Features a 3-stage practical approach to teaching languages with different age groups in primary schools - Develops a coherent view of language learning and teaching - Refers to the KS2 Framework elements of oracy, literacy, intercultural understanding, knowledge about language and language learning strategies - Contains a chapter which offers a theoretical introduction to content and language integrated learning (CLIL) - Refers to the QTS Standards and offers a short guide to internet-based and multimedia resources This book is for Primary ITE students and experienced teachers who are taking on the Modern Language coordinator role or teaching modern languages in primary schools for the first time. Philip Hood is Course Director of the National SCITT Primary PGCE and Lecturer in Modern Languages Education at the University of Nottingham. Kristina Tobutt is a Primary teacher and Associate Consultant for Nottinghamshire LA.

Modern Languages And Learning Strategies

Author: Michael Grenfell
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134683308
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Every secondary school pupil studies modern foreign languages as part of the curriculum, and some do so with considerably more success than others. This book looks firstly at the ways in which languages can be taught, and secondly at case studies that highlight the practical methods that will help teachers get the best results. The case studies included show that the best learners are those who have developed learning strategies that help them succeed. These learning strategies are examined through practical examples carried out in classrooms, and advice is given about ways in which teachers can ensure that all their pupils have the opportunity to develop these skills. Lots of suggestions are made about the various activities teachers can carry out in order to make learning enjoyable and positive. In some cases, the results are shown to be very encouraging and any language teacher should be left with a feeling not only of renewed enthusiasm for their subject area but also a deeper understanding of how to enable learners to reach their full potential.