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A Course in Language Teaching

Penny Ur

A Course in Language Teaching

Penny Ur

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This important new course provides a comprehensive basic introduction to teaching languages, for use in pre-service or early experience settings. It can be used by groups of teachers working with a trainer, or as a self-study resource. It consists of modules on key topics, arranged into sections covering* The Teaching Process, Teaching the Language, Course Content, Lessons, and Learner Differences. Modules can be used in sequence, or selectively. Each module presents practical and theoretical aspects of the topic, with tasks. Suggestions for classroom observation and practice, action research projects and further reading are included. Notes for the trainer, with stimulating insights from the author's personal experience, complete the course.

- Publisher The comprehensive training course provides introduction to teaching languages, for use in both pre-service or in -service settings. It can be used by groups of teachers working with a trainer, or as a self - study resource.

- Publisher To the (trainee) teacher; To the trainer; Introduction; PART ONE: THE TEACHING PROCESS; Module I: Presentations and explanations; Module II: Practice activities; Module III: Tests; PART TWO: TEACHING THE LANGUAGE:THE 'WHAT'; Module IV: Teaching pronunciation; Module V: Teaching vocabulary; Module VI: Teaching grammar; Module VII: Topics, situations, notions, functions; PART THREE: TEACHING THE LANGUAGE: THE 'HOW'; Module VIII: Teaching listening; Module IX: Teaching speaking ; Module X: Teaching reading; Module XI: Teaching writing; PART FOUR: COURSE CONTENT; Module XII: The syllabus; Module XIII: Materials; Module XIV: Topic content; PART FIVE: LESSONS; Module XV: Lesson planning; Module XVI: Classroom interaction; Module XVII: Giving feedback; Module XVIII: Classroom discipline; PART SIX: LEARNER DIFFERENCES; Module XIX: Learner motivation and interest; Module XX: Younger and older learners; Module XXI: Large, heterogeneous classes; PART SEVEN: AND BEYOND; Module XXII: And beyond; Trainer's Notes; Bibliography

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This important new course provides a comprehensive basic introduction to teaching languages, for use in pre-service or early experience settings. It can be used by groups of teachers working with a trainer, or as a self-study resource. It consists of modules on key topics, arranged into sections covering* The Teaching Process, Teaching the Language, Course Content, Lessons, and Learner Differences. Modules can be used in sequence, or selectively. Each module presents practical and theoretical aspects of the topic, with tasks. Suggestions for classroom observation and practice, action research projects and further reading are included. Notes for the trainer, with stimulating insights from the author's personal experience, complete the course.
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The comprehensive training course provides introduction to teaching languages, for use in both pre-service or in -service settings. It can be used by groups of teachers working with a trainer, or as a self - study resource.
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To the (trainee) teacher; To the trainer; Introduction; PART ONE: THE TEACHING PROCESS; Module I: Presentations and explanations; Module II: Practice activities; Module III: Tests; PART TWO: TEACHING THE LANGUAGE:THE 'WHAT'; Module IV: Teaching pronunciation; Module V: Teaching vocabulary; Module VI: Teaching grammar; Module VII: Topics, situations, notions, functions; PART THREE: TEACHING THE LANGUAGE: THE 'HOW'; Module VIII: Teaching listening; Module IX: Teaching speaking ; Module X: Teaching reading; Module XI: Teaching writing; PART FOUR: COURSE CONTENT; Module XII: The syllabus; Module XIII: Materials; Module XIV: Topic content; PART FIVE: LESSONS; Module XV: Lesson planning; Module XVI: Classroom interaction; Module XVII: Giving feedback; Module XVIII: Classroom discipline; PART SIX: LEARNER DIFFERENCES; Module XIX: Learner motivation and interest; Module XX: Younger and older learners; Module XXI: Large, heterogeneous classes; PART SEVEN: AND BEYOND; Module XXII: And beyond; Trainer's Notes; Bibliography
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  • Catalogue Code 206209
  • Product Code 0521449944
  • EAN 9780521449946
  • Pages 390
  • Department Academic
  • Category Reference
  • Sub-Category Textbook
  • Publisher Cambridge University Uk
  • Publication Date May 1996
  • Dimensions 244 x 187 x 23 mm
  • Weight 0.825kg

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