Context and Culture in Language Teaching and Learning

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Michael Byram, Peter Grundy
Multilingual Matters, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 105 pages
The chapters in this book all address the significance of the relationship between the aims and methods of language teaching and the contexts in which it takes place. Some consider the implications for the ways in which we research language teaching; others present the results of research and development work.

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Introduction Context and Culture
Carrying a Baby in the Back Teaching with
Autobiographical Contexts of MonoCultural
in Teacher Training
Teaching India in the EFLClassroom A Cultural
Context Culture and Construction Research

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Michael Byram and Peter Grundy have both worked in language teaching for many years at the University of Durham. Their interests in foreign language teaching in Britain and Europe, and in the teaching of English worldwide, complement each other and bridge the gap which often exists between ELT and other languages. They have cooperated to bring together researchers from several European countries and the USA in an endeavour to raise the awareness of the profession concerning the socio-political, cultural and psychological contexts in which language teaching and learning takes place; classrooms are not insulated from the world.

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