Teaching English as a Foreign Language
Routledge, Sep 11, 2002 - Education - 256 pages
For the many categories of EFL teachers throughout the world, this book examines the main principles which concern them. By drawing upon their experience the authors have indicated a modern and practical approach.
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ability activity allophonic appropriate asked assessment basic BBC World Service behaviourist British Council chapter classroom clearly cloze communication composition context correct Council of Europe course develop dialect dialogue difficulty discussion educational English language English teaching errors examination example exercises extensive reading foreign language formal grammar important intonation involved kind Language Acquisition Device language learning language situations language teaching learner learning English lesson lexical linguistic listening Longman material MCQs meaning minimal pair morphemes mother tongue motivation native speakers oral organisation Oxford University Press particular patterns phonemes phonology phrasal verb possible practice problem produce proficiency programme pronunciation teaching proxemics pupils questions Received Pronunciation recognised scheme second language sentence sequence skills sound speech spoken stages stress structure syllable-timed language syllabus tape taught teacher teaching English techniques understanding usually utterance verb vocabulary words writing written