New Perspectives on Teaching and Learning Modern Languages
Multilingual Matters, Jan 1, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 194 pages
This exciting new publication featuring chapters from some of the foremost practitioners in the field of modern languages today closely examines research-based analysis, structural contexts and classroom practice in teaching and learning. After analysing the current situation, each author proposes radical solutions to current problems and the whole book provides much needed fresh thinking on methodology and pedagogy.
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Why Foreign Languages Should Occupy
Motivation and the Learners of Modern Languages
The Current Educational Context
Modern Languages within a Policy for Language in Education
An Analysis of Current Practice
Developing the 3Cs Curriculum
Creative Thinking About a New Modern Languages
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