4 edition of Language in Language Teacher Education (Language Learning and Language Teaching, 4) found in the catalog.
by John Benjamins Publishing Co
Written in English
|Contributions||Hugh R. Trappes-Lomax (Editor), Gibson Ferguson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||257|
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Alex Rawlings was a language teacher's dream. He fell in love with languages when he was eight and learnt Greek, then German, then Dutch. Now, an . As a foreign language teacher, you teach at all levels of education as well as in corporations and government agencies. Your job responsibilities often depend on where you teach. For example, a foreign language teacher working at a high school may not have the same responsibilities as a teacher working for the ication: State-required certification.
Teacher language—the words, tone, and pace we use when we talk to students—may be the most powerful of all our teaching tools. After all, language permeates nearly every interaction we have with Continue Reading. Today, there are about four nonnative-speaking English teachers for every teacher who is a native speaker. More English teachers work in non-English-speaking settings than in English-speaking settings, and most are natives of the countries in which they teach. This volume focuses on the challenges faced by English teachers for whom English is a second (or even third or fourth) by: 3.
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His teaching and research interests are in the areas of language teacher education, teacher and learner identity, study abroad, and narrative inquiry. He is editor of Reflections on Language Teacher Identity Research (Routledge, ) and co-author of Narrative Inquiry in Language Teaching and Learning Research (Routledge, ).5/5(1).
About Language Teacher Education and Technology Language teachers' competencies in computer-assisted language learning (CALL) are a crucial factor affecting their own implementation of CALL. However, there is still a concern that many language teachers are not adequately prepared to make effective use of CALL or to identify and evaluate potential CALL solutions.
'Language Teacher Education' is an introduction to language teacher training and development for teachers and providers in pre-service and in-service programmes. The text outlines the main theories of human learning and applies them to teacher by: Some books on language teaching focus on theoretical and conceptual issues, and other books on language teaching focus on offering practical advice and guidance for use in the classroom.
This textbook for language teachers does an excellent job of providing a thoughtful and balanced discussion of the importance of vocabulary in language Cited by: This book introduces a new field of educational research called teacher learning, as it applies to the teaching of languages.
Up until recently, the study of second language teacher education has focused mainly on the knowledge base and specific skills needed for effective teaching. This book invites us to look at teacher education from a fresh point of view, through an exploration of the Reviews: 1.
This book is planned for pre-service or in-service teachers of a foreign language at primary, secondary or tertiary levels, although the criterions examined are useful to teachers of English as a foreign language, teacher trainers, or modern language teachers involved in teaching any language whether in Spain or Language in Language Teacher Education book.
These come in the form of learning approaches, memory-enhancing techniques or useful mindsets that blast through the hurdles along the way. A general language learning book is a distillation of decades of scientific language acquisition research and practical experience from Author: Stevie D.
struggles. She is simply a language teacher. In his classic book, Awareness of Language, Eric Hawkins () describes “awareness of language” as a way of bridging all aspects of language education (native language/foreign language/second lan-guage/ethnic minority language/classical language) that presently takes place in isolation.
Principles in Language Teaching (Oxford ). The six studio instructors, each a specialist in the method/approach being demonstrated, are staff members from Prof. LarsenFreeman’s MA Program for Teacher Education at SIT: Michael Jerald (AudioLingualFile Size: KB. 1 The nature of teacher education This book is about how teachers can continue with their professional de-velopment as language teachers once their period of formal training is over.
It also examines how supervisors and administrators can provide opportu-nities for such development to take place. The need for ongoing teacherFile Size: KB. English Language Teaching Books Learning Teaching, by Jim Scrivener.
Its no-nonsense approach has made it a superb teaching textbook for initial Classroom Dynamics, by Jill Hadfield. Part of being a teacher is also like being a camp leader. How a group bonds, how Practical English Usage, by. Language Teaching is the essential research resource for language professionals providing a rich and expert overview of research in the field of second-language teaching and learning.
It offers critical survey articles of recent research on specific topics, second and foreign languages and countries, and invites original research articles reporting on replication studies and meta-analyses. This book examines a range of complex issues concerning the professional experience (i.e., practicum) in English language teacher education with regard to curriculum design and implementation, as well as professional : Minh Hue Nguyen.
Language, Ideology and Education: The Politics of Textbooks in Language Education breaks new ground in adding to our understanding of the role of textbooks in the ideological context of the foreign language classroom It is a book that should be read by all current and future foreign language educators Timothy Reagan, Nazarbayev University.
If you love languages, chances are you love reading books about language and linguistics too. Here's 10 of my favourite inspiring books about language. Lindsay Does Languages is dedicated to inspiring independent language learners + online teachers to succeed when doing it solo.
Social Interaction in Language Teacher Education is a wonderful addition to the literature on English language teacher education (ELTE). This holistic approach to ELTE outlines the role of social discourses (a combined corpus linguistic/discourse analytic approach) in the socialization, identity formation and reflections of learner TESOL teachers.
Teachers, teacher educators, teacher trainers, supervisory coordinators and administrators will find practical advice, while the volume will be a valuable source of research information for researchers in teacher education and EFL teacher education, in particular for those who wish to employ mentoring or peer mentoring as an approach to teachers’ professional development.
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42, Special Issue: Modern Language Teacher Education, pp. Cited by: 1. This book presents a comprehensive overview of the epistemological underpinnings of a sociocultural perspective on human learning and addresses in detail what this perspective has to offer the field of second language teacher by:.
The purpose of this book is to engage the learner of the American language with more than just their eyes and ears. The Hands to Spell-Read-Write series brings hands-on-learning to the American language by utilizing the American Sign Language (ASL).The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages is proud to offer The Language Educator, a publication for ACTFL members that provides educators of all languages at all levels with a single, comprehensive source of news and the professional association serving this broad education community, ACTFL has the breadth of resources necessary to ensure comprehensive and.language and culture are very connected to each other, so language teacher should teach students culture of the source language to make sure that students will use the language in the right culture context.
teacher should also pay attention to the way his students look at teaching process.