A history of English language teaching
Oxford University Press, Oct 28, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 417 pages
This revised and updated history covers the Renaissance to the present day, covering all the important phases of the history of English language teaching from a global perspective.
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PART THREE 1900 TO THE PRESENT
Practical language teaching
language teachers in Elizabethan London
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A. S. Hornby applied linguistics approach basic became Bellot Berlitz bilingual British called Chapter classroom colonial Comenius Comenius's communicative communicative language teaching contemporary context course dialogues Dictionary Direct Method earlier early edition England English Grammar English language teaching example Figure Florio foreign language French German Gouin grammar-translation guage Henry Sweet Holyband Hornby Huguenot Ibid ideas important India instance interest J. R. Firth John John Wallis Johnson language learning large numbers later Latin learners lessons lingua franca London Lowth's manual methodology Michael West mother tongue native-speaker notion Ollendorff original orthography Palmer particularly patterns pedagogical phonetics Prendergast principle pronunciation published pupils reading Reform Movement refugees Richard Mulcaster role schools second language sentences speakers speech spelling spoken standard Sweet taught teachers teaching English teaching of English textbook texts tion traditional translation University verbs vocabulary words writing written