Teaching Unplugged

Editor: Ernst Klett Sprachen GmbH
ISBN: 3125013569
Size: 10,10 MB
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Exploring English Language Teaching

Author: Graham Hall
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136804242
Size: 10,55 MB
Format: PDF
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This title will provide a single volume introduction to the field of ELT from an applied linguistics perspective.

An Introduction To Foreign Language Learning And Teaching

Author: Keith Johnson
Editor: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9781405836173
Size: 18,16 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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?a very fine book...well-informed and coherent? ELT Journal ?...a soundly written text that would be very appropriate for prospective FL teachers at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The content is appropriate, uncomplicated, and engaging.?The Modern Language Journal Written by a leading authority in the field of language teaching, this updated new edition is for all teachers of all languages. Now completely up to date with the latest developments in teaching theory and practice, this book is the complete handbook for language learning.

Scott Thornbury S 30 Language Teaching Methods Google Ebook

Author: Scott Thornbury
ISBN: 1108408486
Size: 13,14 MB
Format: PDF
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An easy-to-read book which takes a fresh look at a range of language teaching methods.

Teaching Materials And The Roles Of Efl Esl Teachers

Author: Ian McGrath
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441143696
Size: 19,72 MB
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Considers what effect the availability of teaching materials has had on teachers' practice.

Education Unplugged

Author: Gary Villereal
Editor: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1604944145
Size: 14,20 MB
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Methods and guidelines designed to improve teaching focusing on a positive learning environment in relation to the course requirements.

Realizing Autonomy

Author: Kay Irie
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 0230358489
Size: 13,94 MB
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Realizing Autonomy: Practice and Reflection in Language Education Contexts presents critical practitioner research into innovative approaches to language learner autonomy. Writing about experiences in a range of widely differing contexts, the authors offer fresh insights and perspectives on the challenges and contradictions of learner autonomy.

Materials And Methods In Elt

Author: Jo McDonough
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118357450
Size: 17,95 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Materials and Methods in ELT is an essential resource for teachers or for those engaged in taking professional courses relating to all aspects of English language teaching. Now available in its 3rd edition, this popular teachers’ guide offers a comprehensive and useful introduction to the principles and practice of teaching English as a foreign/second language. It examines the ideas behind current methodology and teaching materials, in addition to offering a practical guide to approaching materials and methods, evaluation and adaptation, technology for materials and methods, and teaching in under-resourced classrooms. These principles are then related to the individual language skills of reading, listening, speaking, and writing. The authors examine the different methodologies available to teachers for organizing and running an ELT classroom; discussing group and pair work, individualization, classroom observation, and the teachers’ role in the contemporary ELT context. Updated throughout, the 3rd edition features a new section on technology for materials and methods, as well as a new chapter on IT in English language teaching, and inclusion of new samples from current teaching materials.

Teaching Computing Unplugged In Primary Schools

Author: Helen Caldwell
Editor: Learning Matters
ISBN: 1473987474
Size: 17,53 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Teaching primary computing without computers? The Computing curriculum is a challenge for primary school teachers. The realities of primary school resources mean limited access to computer hardware. But computing is about more than computers. Important aspects of the fundamental principles and concepts of computer science can be taught without any hardware. Children can learn to analyse problems and computational terms and apply computational thinking to solve problems without turning on a computer. This book shows you how you can teach computing through ‘unplugged’ activities. It provides lesson examples and everyday activities to help teachers and pupils explore computing concepts in a concrete way, accelerating their understanding and grasp of key ideas such as abstraction, logic, algorithms and data representation. The unplugged approach is physical and collaborative, using kinaesthetic learning to help make computing concepts more meaningful and memorable. This book will help you to elevate your teaching, and your children's learning of computing beyond the available hardware. It focuses on the building blocks of understanding required for computation thinking.

Group Work In The English Language Curriculum

Author: P. Chappell
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137008784
Size: 10,46 MB
Format: PDF
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This book explores how using small groups in second language classrooms supports language learning. Chappell's experience as a language teacher equips him to present a clear, evidence-based argument for the powerful influence group work has upon the opportunities for learning, and how it should therefore be an integral part of language lessons.