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Short, practical guides for English language teachers
Mobile Learning provides clear guidance and essential support for teachers who want to use mobile devices in and outside the language classroom. Full of practical ideas and activities, it emphasizes the power of the mobile device as a tool for language learning.
Stuart Webb and Paul Nation
How Vocabulary Is Learned presents the major issues that relate to the teaching and learning of vocabulary. Written by leading voices in the field of second language acquisition, the book evaluates a wide range of practical activities designed to help boost students' vocabulary learning.
A workbook and DVD pack that shows teachers how to analyse the language their ESL students use in the classroom.
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A workbook and video pack** that shows teachers how to analyse the language their ESL students use in the classroom.
An introduction to the theory and practice of second language research for graduate/Master's students in TESOL and Applied Linguistics, and others
An accessible introduction to language learning research. By James Dean Brown and Ted Rodgers. Part of the Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers series.
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