language of the classroom

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Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University , New York
Oral communication, Tea
Statement[by] Arno A. Bellack [and others]
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LC ClassificationsLB1620 .B379
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 274 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13577619M
LC Control Number66022926
OCLC/WorldCa184653

The Teacher's Book contains all the pages from the Classroom Book, with interleaved teaching notes including optional activities to cater for different abilities. There is a video to accompany the Beginner, Pre-intermediate and Intermediate levels.

Each video contains eight stimulating and entertaining short programmes, as well as a booklet of /5(10). "Teaching and Learning in the Language Classroom" is a book that would have passed my noticed had it not been for some comments made by people who had read it. That said, I have found it to be an excellent starting point for a more in-depth understanding of the way language works in a practical by:   In this book by Tricia Hedge, we get an insight into various aspects of teaching, both theoretical and practical.

The book is divided in four parts: A framework for teaching and learning, Teaching the language system, Developing the language skills, and Planning and assessing learning; which will serve as the structure for our review/5.

Literature in the Language Classroom A Resource Book of Ideas and Activities. Authors. Joanne Collie, Stephen Slater. Availability. In stock. £ Paperback. Add to cart. Add to wishlist. Get technical help. language of the classroom book Find a rep. Format. Paperback. ISBN. Date Published.

December   Learn an extensive list of + classroom English phrases for English teachers with ESL printable infographics.

Good morning, everybody. Good afternoon, class. Good afternoon, everybody. How are you getting on. How are things with you.

Are you feeling better today, David. Today is very cold, isn’t it. My name is Mr/Mrs/Ms Smith. Focus on Content-Based Language Teaching highlights important research and evidence-based instructional practices for overcoming the challenges of teaching a second or foreign language alongside another academic subject.

Extracts from classroom data provide real-life examples of teachers and students interacting with each other in different approaches to content-based language teaching. The book extends the scope of classroom interaction from diverse angles-receptivity, attention, etc.

In the appendices section of the book, Allwright and Bailey illustrate classroom interaction analysis schema which are quite helpful for the novice researchers regarding what to look at in the language classroom. Drawing upon this information, the book proposes a radical alternative to the comprehension approach and provides for intensive small-scale practice in aspects of listening that are perceptually or cognitively demanding for the ing in the Language Classroom was winner of the Ben Warren International Trust House Prize in   Blogroll.

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APR. Teacher language—the words, tone, and pace we use when we talk to students—may be the most powerful of. Language Classroom Assessment is a comprehensive overview of different forms of language classroom assessment and practical applications that support students' learning in any context.

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The activities and reflective breaks interspersed throughout the book give teachers a unique opportunity to learn experientially and to reflect critically on.

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If you would like to order more than 1, please call in your order to Literature in the Language Classroom by Joanne Collie and Stephen Slater. Each of the four levels comprises about 80 hours of class work, with additional time for the self-study work. The Teacher's Book contains all the pages from the Classroom Book, with interleaved teaching notes including optional activities to cater for different abilities.

There is a video to accompany the Beginner, Pre-intermediate and Intermediate levels. 'A new e-book for iPads, aimed at English language students all around the world, is being developed.

The book is based on Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein' and, because the e-book is very expensive to develop and also because you are a perfect example of the.

The exercises below are for introducing, reviewing or reinforcing commonly used classroom language. Depending on the level and ability of the students, a teacher may ask students to work in groups, work independently or if the students are very weak the teacher can dictate the requests.

The book was designed to be suitable for teachers at various levels of language proficiency. It is task-based, and can be used as a self-access or training course manual. The 10 chapters include ‘Using English effectively in the classroom’; ‘Managing the classroom’; ‘Adapting materials’; and ‘Helping teachers with change’.

The Teacher's Book contains all the pages from the Classroom Book, with interleaved teaching notes including optional activities to cater for different abilities. There is a video to accompany the Beginner, Pre-intermediate and Intermediate levels.

Each video contains eight stimulating and entertaining short programmes, as well as a booklet of /5(10). Sign in - Google Accounts - Google Classroom. In this book by Tricia Hedge, we get an insight into various aspects of teaching, both theoretical and practical.

The book is divided in four parts: A framework for teaching and learning, Teaching the language system, Developing the language skills, and Planning and assessing learning; which will serve as the structure for our review/5.

"Teaching and Learning in the Language Classroom" is a book that would have passed my noticed had it not been for some comments made by people who had read it.

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That said, I have found it to be an excellent starting point for a more in-depth understanding of the way language works in a practical by: is a platform for academics to share research papers.

The book gets you into a proper state of mind to learn a new language. It covers most of the fears and excuses a person may have and motivates its readers to reach their linguistic potential.

It also promotes the most useful technological tools available that can help them achieve their goals. Using methods not found in classrooms, Benny turns Author: Stevie D.

The focus of this book is on practical classroom activities which can help nurture and develop our students' creativity. The activities will help you explore the role of creativity in the classroom both in the sense of helping students to express their unique creative identity and also by helping them to think about and use language in a creative way.4/5.

This is a comprehensive handbook for teachers wishing to develop and explore their teaching. It involves teachers in their own professional development and aims to develop insights into issues, problems, and possibilities in ELT methodology. It is also useful as a general reference for the classroom teacher.

Each chapter is illustrated with examples from course 5/5(1). Focus on Content-Based Language Teaching highlights important research and evidence-based instructional practices for overcoming the challenges of teaching a second or foreign language alongside another academic subject.

Extracts from classroom data provide real-life examples of teachers and students interacting with each other in different approaches to content-based .