Teaching and Learning in the Language Classroom: A guide to current ideas about the theory and practice of English language teaching

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OUP Oxford, Jan 13, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 464 pages
3 Reviews
This is a comprehensive handbook for teachers wishing to develop and explore their teaching. It involves teachers in their own professional development and aims to develop insights into issues, problems, and possibilities in ELT methodology. It is also useful as a general reference for the classroom teacher. Each chapter is illustrated with examples from course materials and includes follow-up activities and recommended reading.

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Review: Teaching and Learning in the Language Classroom (Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers)

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Little bit fluffy sometimes (a lack of solid reasons for asserting certain points annoys often). Besides this (one can find the reasons and the research in other books, journals, etc.), it is a helpful title to put in your library. Read full review

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User Review  - Mahsa - Goodreads

If you are an experienced teacher already, you'll find your way through this book; If not, you'll face lots of ideas to grasp. Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Tricia Hedge is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at Nottingham University. Since 1972 she has taught students and teachers in universities in Sweden, Japan and the UK on a wide variety of programmes: English for Academic Purposes, English for Professional Purposes, and both pre-service and in-service education.

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