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|Named Person:||Michel Thomas|
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|Description:||248 s. ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1 Setting the Scene Introduction Chapter 1 Michel Thomas: A brief history Part 2 Researching Effective Schools, Teaching and Learning: What do we already know? Chapter 2 How Do We Find Out the Most Effective Ways of Teaching? Chapter 3 How Do Schools Make a Difference? Chapter 4 How Do Teachers Make a Difference? Chapter 5 How Do Children Learn? Part 3 Theory and Practice of Teaching Foreign Languages The Michel Thomas Way Chapter 6 A Starting Point for Teaching Chapter 7 Instructional Psychology Chapter 8 Instructional Principles Chapter 9 Deciding What to Teach Chapter 10 Teaching Concepts Chapter 11 Deciding How to Teach Chapter 12 Engaging and Assessing Students Part 4 The Implications Of Michel Thomas's Approach to Teaching Foreign Languages Chapter 13 Teaching Foreign Languages in Schools: Trends, Principles and Tensions Chapter 14 Foreign Languages: Teaching, Learning and Assessment Chapter 15 The Wider Applications of Teaching Foreign Languages Through Michel Thomas's Approach Chapter 16 Michel Thomas: Critical Reflections Chapter 17 Working Towards a Learning Revolution|