Teaching Language in Context

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Heinle & Heinle, 1993 - Languages, Modern - 532 pages
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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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User Review  - Tom Emanuel - Goodreads

I'll be teaching an intro-level German course this coming year, my first FL teaching experience, and I found Omaggio Hadley's text a valuable (albeit dry) primer. Her discussion of cognitive bases of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Derek Dewitt - Goodreads

Sure, it's dry in parts, but compared to some of the linguistics books I've been reading it's an adventure story. Hadley is clear and insightful and the practical suggestions are invaluable. Read full review


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