Role Play: Distance Learning and the Teaching of Writing
Jonathan Alexander, Marcia Dickson
Hampton Press, 2006 - Education - 228 pages
This book focuses on the development of new theories and pedagogies of distance learning in the English class. It is a serious discussion of the development of effective means of conveying information, developing knowledge and perfecting skills. Through scholarly analyses it shows how distance learning calls instructors of English to different roles in the performance of their duties.
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