For Applied Linguistics (111)
An introduction to the role of English as an international language and its implications for language teaching.
Advocates a new approach to pronunciation teaching, in which the goal is mutual intelligibility among non-native speakers, rather than imitating native speakers. By Jennifer Jenkins. Part of the Oxford Applied Linguistics series.
Editor: James P Lantolf
Topics covered include: learning and teaching languages in the zone of proximal development; L1 mediation in the acquisition of L2 grammar and sociocultural theory as a theory of second language learning. Edited by James P Lantolf. Part of the Oxford Applied Linguistics series.
Describes the creative strategies employed by teachers and students in periphery communities in order to use the English language in a manner that suits their needs. By A Suresh Canagarajah. Part of the Oxford Applied Linguistics series.
Provides a brief but comprehensive introduction to the field, making links with related disciplines such as history, politics, and gender studies. By Bernard Spolsky. Part of the Oxford Introductions to Language Study series.
An introduction to the theory and practice of second language research for graduate/Master's students in TESOL and Applied Linguistics, and others
Presents SLA research as a source of specifications for teachers to explore in their own classrooms. By Rod Ellis. Part of the Oxford Applied Linguistics series.
- 21st Century Skills (5)
- Classroom English (6)
- Classroom Management (6)
- Content-Based Instruction (3)
- Creativity and Projects (1)
- EMI and CLIL (6)
- Language Acquisition (3)
- Language Education Management (7)
- Methodology (7)
- Planning and Using Resources (1)
- Psychology and Motivation (5)
- SEN (Special Educational Needs) (1)
- Syllabus Design (1)
- Teaching Adults (6)
- Teenage Learners (3)
- Young Learners (6)