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  • An Introduction to Applied Linguistics

  • Schmitt, N. , Oxford University Press , 2002

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  • An Introduction to English Language Teaching

  • Haycraft, J. , Longman , 1978

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  • 9780582556041 5126
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  • Aspects of Language Teaching

  • Widdowson, H.G. , Oxford University Press , 1990

Professor Widdowson provides a critical review of the most prominent issues in language teaching today - among them the relevance of theoretical enquiry to practical pedagogy, and the relationship between grammar and discourse in communicative language teaching. He relates these issues to general perspectives on the nature of language and language learning.

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Professor Widdowson provides a critical review of the most prominent issues in language teaching today - among them the relevance of theoretical enquiry to practical pedagogy, and the relationship between grammar and discourse in communicative language teaching. He relates these issues to general perspectives on the nature of language and language learning.

  • At the Chalkface

  • Matthews, A.; Spratt, M. & Dangerfield, L.(eds.) , Longman , 1985

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  • 9780713181777 7861
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  • Classroom Dynamics

  • Hadfield, J. , Oxford University Press , 1992

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  • 9780194371476 5209
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  • Communication in the Language Classroom

  • Lynch, T. , Oxford University Press , 1996

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  • Communicative Methodology in Language Teaching

  • Brumfit, C. , Cambridge University Press , 1984

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  • Effective Class Management

  • Underwood, M. , Longman , 1988

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  • Inside Teaching

  • Bowen, T. & Marks, J. , Heinemann , 1994

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  • 9780435240882 5137
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  • Language Teaching Methodology

  • Nunan, D. , Phoenix ELT , 1991

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  • 0-135-21469-6 5121
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  • Practical Techniques for Language Teaching

  • Lewis, M. & Hill, J. , Language Teaching Publications , 1992

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  • 0-906-71755-8 7423
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  • Success in English Teaching

  • Davies, P. & Pearse, E. , Oxford University Press , 2000

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  • 194421716 103004
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  • Teaching and Learning in the Language Classroom

  • Hedge, T. , Oxford University Press , 2000

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  • 9780194421720 5111
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  • Teaching Oral Communication: A Methodical Framework

  • Littlewood, W. , Wiley-Blackwell , 1992

The aim of this book is to bridge the gap between the theory and practice of teaching language for communication. It is written primarily for teachers who wish to adopt a communicative approach and would like to reflect on the principles that underlie it. It begins by discussing the theory of language which underpins the communicative curriculum, viewing language as a structural system whose main function is to enable communication to take place. It goes on to present two apparently conflicting accounts of language learning – as a form of skill learning and as a natural process developing through exposure and use. William Littlewood explores how these two forms of learning might be integrated into one framework which can then form the basis of a methodology for teaching communication skills. In the final part of his book he draws up the framework of this classroom methodology and concludes by considering what must permeate this methodology if learners are to be fully involved in the learning that goes on in the classroom.

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The aim of this book is to bridge the gap between the theory and practice of teaching language for communication. It is written primarily for teachers who wish to adopt a communicative approach and would like to reflect on the principles that underlie it. It begins by discussing the theory of language which underpins the communicative curriculum, viewing language as a structural system whose main function is to enable communication to take place. It goes on to present two apparently conflicting accounts of language learning – as a form of skill learning and as a natural process developing through exposure and use. William Littlewood explores how these two forms of learning might be integrated into one framework which can then form the basis of a methodology for teaching communication skills. In the final part of his book he draws up the framework of this classroom methodology and concludes by considering what must permeate this methodology if learners are to be fully involved in the learning that goes on in the classroom.

  • The English Language Teacher's Handbook: How to Teach Large Classes with Few Resources

  • Baker, J. & Westrup, H. , Continuum , 2000

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  • The English Language Teacher's Handbook: How to Teach Large Classes with Few Resources

  • Baker, J. & Westrup, H. , Continuum , 2000

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  • The Language Teaching Matrix

  • Richards, J.C. , Cambridge University Press , 1990

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  • The Natural Approach: Language Acquisition in the Classroom

  • Krashen, S.D. & Terrell, T.D. , Prentice Hall Regents/ESL , 1992

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  • The Practice of English Language Teaching

  • Harmer, J. , Longman , 2001

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  • The Practice of English Language Teaching with DVD (4th Edition)

  • Harmer, J. , Pearson , 2007

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