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Teaching and Learning the English Language is a practical guide for anyone seeking to improve their teaching, whether through formal study or on their own. Richard Badger explores teaching English as a problem-solving activity in which teachers must address three fundamental questions:
· what aspect of language do students need to learn;
· how might they learn this particular aspect of language;
· and how can teachers support their learning.
Offering a solid, research-based approach along with sound practical advice, this book equips teachers with skills needed to analyse their own contexts and develop their practice. It covers:
· Fundamentals of English language
· Psychological and social learning processes
· TESOL teaching methods and approaches
· Lesson planning and classroom management
· Language evaluation and assessment
· Teaching pronunciation, spelling, grammar, vocabulary and discourse
· Teaching listening, reading, writing and speaking
· English teacher professional development
Pedagogical features include chapter summaries, activities for students and key readings recommendations, and the book is also supported by online resources: video case studies, additional exercises and multiple choice quizzes. Including numerous international lesson examples and case studies, Teaching and Learning English Language is suitable for both trainee and practising teachers who speak English as a first, second or foreign language.
Teachers should use multimedia devices in the classroom in their lectures.
PBL as natural vehicle for Communicative Language Teaching We may be in a post-method (Kumaravadivelu, 2001) ELT world yet there is a broad commitment to a communicative approach. Project Based Learning, when combined with Web 2.0 technologies (more to come on this), offers many opportunities to promote language use and acquisition in real-life contexts.
Read the latest post from Larry Ferlazzo looking at distance learning for English language learners (ELLs).
Students learn, practise and develop new language and concepts in different areas of the Victorian curriculum.
Teaching a new language to non-native speakers may be one of the most challenging educational jobs out there, so ELL teachers can use all of the help they can get!
Articles about learning, using and teaching the English language, including advice, tutorials, opinions and lesson plans from various authors and contributors. Articles cover topics from English grammar, spelling and punctuation, through to language teaching, career development, specialisations, and ideas and suggestions for the classroom.