Teaching Language in Context
This second edition of this highly acclaimed text, winner of the Kenneth W. Mildenberger Award, reviews and summarizes past and current language acquisition theories, examines recent trends and changing technology that have influenced teaching practice, and extracts those elements most relevant to the construction of viable models for teaching. It also includes a workbook for practical applications.
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Defining and Assessing
Principals and Priorities
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ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines activities approach appropriate asked authentic chapter classroom cognitive communicative competence Communicative Language Teaching composition context conversation correction cues described discourse discussion Ellis errors evaluation example feedback Foreign Language Annals Foreign Language Education formats French function goals grammatical guage help students hypotheses ideas Illustration ILR scale input instruction interlanguage Intermediate knowledge language learning Language Proficiency language teaching learners level of proficiency Lincolnwood linguistic material McLaughlin Merrill Swain Modern Language Journal Monitor Theory National Textbook Company native language native speakers Northeast Conference Novice Omaggio passage perspective practice proficiency levels questions reading Review Rumelhart Sample Savignon Second Language Acquisition Second Language Writing sentences skills sociolinguistic speech strategies structure Student Task Swain target culture target language Tarone teacher TESOL theory tion topics understanding Universal Grammar various vocabulary words writing