Teaching Language in Context

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Heinle & Heinle, 1993 - Foreign Language Study - 532 pages
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Teaching Language in Context reviews past and current language acquisition theories, examines recent influential trends, and discusses the most relevant elements for the construction of viable teaching models.
-- Winner of the Kenneth W. Mildenberger Medal
-- Examines how adult learners develop proficiency in a second language
-- Workbook for practical application
-- Analysis of how changing technology is affecting language learning

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User Review  - Alaina - Goodreads

This is the driest textbook that I have ever read; I can barely get through the chapters. She definitely knows what she is talking about, but is not an engaging author. Read full review

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User Review  - Jessica Montalvo-Anderson - Goodreads

I really liked this book because it gave foreign language teachers a conceptual framework for teaching a foreign language. It offers examples of various teaching methods and dissects every aspect of the learning process. I read this book during my education methods course. Read full review

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Defining and Assessing
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Principals and Priorities
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Some Theoretical
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