Classroom Decision-Making: Negotiation and Process Syllabuses in Practice

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Michael P. Breen, Andrew Littlejohn
Cambridge University Press, Mar 23, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 310 pages
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How can one involve students in classroom decisions? What difficulties might arise? What benefits can be expected? This collection addresses these questions by bringing together for the first time accounts from teachers who have introduced shared decision-making with students.
 

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Contents

Front Cover
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2 Negotiated evaluation in a primary ESL
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Teacher
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3 Negotiating assessment with
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an
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negotiated classroom
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6 Is a negotiated syllabus feasible within a
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English teacher
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learning needs
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Figure 105 Examples of learning preference pictures
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The grammar auction see Daily evaluation
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using negotiated work in
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evaluation and
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14 A process syllabus in a methodology
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15 Discourse process and reection in
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7 Rening negotiated classroom work in a
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clashes
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9 Syllabus negotiation in a school of nursing
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16 Negotiation process content and
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17 Negotiation as a participatory dialogue
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18 The practicalities of negotiation
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