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This book explores key areas of educational and social psychology and considers their relevance to language teaching, using activities and questions for reflection. Issues discussed include learners' and teachers' beliefs about how a subject should be learned and taught, relationships with others, and the role of emotions in learning.
This book is designed to help teachers understand English grammar and explain it to their students. Each chapter focuses on a problematic area and offers exercises for students as well as teaching ideas.
A fresh approach to explaining grammar, written specifically for language teachers. Detailed explanations are supported by exercises and practical teaching ideas.
For teachers, one of the most challenging student reactions to being taught grammar is this: 'I understand how to use this structure, but why do I have to use it?'
In this book, George Yule focuses on the grammar topics that give rise to these why-questions. His explanations link form, meaning, and real-life use, and are supported throughout by exercises and discussion points.
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An overview of current themes and research on second language learning in the early school years
A detailed exploration of second language learning in the early school years, providing a broad overview of research findings across a range of different contexts.
Focus on Content-Based Language Teaching e-Book for Kindle Focus On Content Based Language Teaching Mobi Format
Referencing classroom- based research and classroom vignettes, Focus on Content-Based Language Teaching examines the challenges of teaching a second or foreign language alongside another academic subject.
Research-led guide helping teachers understand, design, implement, and evaluate language assessment
help you relate research and theory on language assessment to your own teaching context.
Focus on Oral Interaction
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oral interaction to your own teaching context.
A comprehensive overview of EAP and how it is best taught and learnt in a variety of academic contexts
Edward de Chazal
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