For Professional Development (186)
A book about classroom interaction and how to teach communication skills to language students.
This book is designed to help teachers analyze effective communication strategies, evaluate performance, and provide learners with appropriate feedback based on the actual language used in the classroom.
This book outlines pragmatics, the study of how people make sense of each other linguistically. Basic concepts such as the cooperative principle, deixis, and speech acts are explained and illustrated, providing readers with an ideal foundation for further study.
An introduction to Business English for language teachers, trainers, and course organizers.
Mark Ellis and Christine Johnson
This book focuses on utilizing the learner's professional knowledge and experience. Teaching strategies that are relevant to the business student's special needs are presented.
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