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Innovation in English language teaching : a reader

Author: David R Hall; Ann Hewings
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge in association with Macquarie University and The Open University, 2001.
Series: Teaching English language worldwide.
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Designed specially for postgraduate TESOL and Applied Linguistics students, this Reader provides both theoretical perspectives and practical tools for analysing and understanding how ELT classroom  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David R Hall; Ann Hewings
ISBN: 0415241235 9780415241236 0415241243 9780415241243
OCLC Number: 44727921
Description: xiv, 289 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: The essentials of a communicative curriculum in language teaching / Michael P. Breen and Christopher N. Candlin --
Managing the learning process / David Nunan and Clarice Lamb --
Lexis in the syllabus / Michael Lewis --
Designing the discourse syllabus / Michael McCarthy and Ronald Carter --
The uses of computerized language corpora : a reply to Ronald Carter / Guy Cook --
Approaches to the study of disciplinary variation in academic writing : implications for syllabus design / Ann Hewings and Martin Hewings --
Politics and knowledge about language : the LINC project / Ronald Carter --
Bilingual education and syllabus design : towards a workable blueprint / Gary M. Jones --
World Englishes in TESOL programs : an infusion model of curricular innovation / Kimberley Brown --
The diffusion of innovation in language teaching / Numa Markee --
Adapting individualization techniques for large classes / Zakia Sarwar --
An emergent language program framework : actively involving learners in needs analysis / William Savage --
Teachers' perceived difficulties in introducing the communicative approach in South Korea / Defeng Li --
Achieving cultural continuity in curriculum innovation / Adrian Holliday --
A framework of course development processes / Kathleen Graves --
Action research in language education / David Nunan --
Curriculum evolution in the Australian adult migrant English program / Susan Feez --
Materials production : theory and practice / David R. Hall --
Call innovation in the ELT curriculum / Simon Sergeant --
Purposes for evaluation / Pauline Rea-Dickins and Kevin Germaine --
A case study of curriculum implementation in Hong Kong / David R. Carless --
Determining social prominence : a methodology for uncovering gender bias in ESL textbooks / Joan Lesikin.
Series Title: Teaching English language worldwide.
Responsibility: edited by David R. Hall and Ann Hewings.
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