by Jacaranda Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||217|
Add to that the practical takeaways for bringing it back to your own classroom or school, and the book is a must read. I've seen so many books where the message never gets clearly articulated from the theoretical to the application, but Wagner's book is different/5(22). This anthology of selected articles aims to assist teachers of foreign languages develop effective individualized programs. Introductory remarks underscore the importance of changing teacher attitudes toward their relationship with their students as well as individualizing their instruction. The nature of individualized instruction is examined in the introductory section, followed by another. Summary: This book is concerned with and about the important movement towards the individualization of language testing. This movement recognizes the need to individually tailor assessment procedures to fit a wide variety of learners, teaching goals, sociolinguistic contexts, motivational factors and . Get this from a library! Individualizing writing in the elementary classroom. [Iris M Tiedt; ERIC Clearinghouse on Reading and Communication Skills.; National Council of Teachers of English.].
While it delves into the theories and research of various aspects of language learning in English, it regularly steps back into the classroom to explore the implications of those theories in that setting. The book covers the 4 basic skill groups of listening, writing, Cited by: The five classroom teachers helped design the curriculum, and two of them had participated in the research project the previous year. The three research-funded teachers were highly qualified and pursuing their doctoral degrees in teacher education (one in elementary education and the others in reading and language arts). Procedure. 'Literature in the Language Classroom offers an unrivalled range of sensitive and practical activities to facilitate the teaching of literature in the language classroom.' Dr Philip McLaughlin, EFL Gazette Book Description. A variety of imaginative techniques for integrating literature work with language learning. Cited by: The text then covers the individualization of foreign language learning. Chapter 5 cites some studies, which claim that children can learn to read far earlier. The selection also covers the system for evaluation of a foreign language program, along with the sequence of learning activities that work well in the Edition: 1.
This is a book about language teaching which is meant for teachers and other language educators involved in the practical realisation of language teaching programmes or in organising teacher education courses. It rests on the belief that language teaching is a complex, dynamic activity, and that this complexity is frequently underestimated. The purpose of the book is to define individualized foreign language instruction and to consider problems commonly associated with its implementation and management. It is divided into three parts: (1) Theoretical Considerations, (2) Management Considerations and (3) Teaching Considerations. Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses the individualization of foreign language learning. Individualized learning has become the Holy Grail sought by 20th-century educational crusaders as they ride their white curriculum chargers in dedicated quest, carrying banners of . Individualized instruction strategy refers to those classroom practices of teaching which recognize the uniqueness of each student learner and thus provide for adequate tutorial guidance, and other support services suited to bring about a wholesome development in the Author: PREM LIMBU.