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Communicative Language Teaching in Action: Putting principles to workis designed as a basic text that intends to demonstrate principles and practices of communicative language teaching and task-based instruction. Its primary purpose is to serve as a guide for second and foreign language teachers in training or for those who have embarked on a new career as language teachers. In particular, these include pre- and in-service teacher education majors, university teaching assistants, and English as a Second Language (ESL) majors and instructors. Furthermore, it is meant to be a resource for practicing teachers in continuing education programs.
Klaus Brandl is an applied linguist and specialist in foreign language pedagogy at the University of Washington, where he directs the language program in the Department of Scandinavian Studies and serves as the Language Pedagogue for the College of Arts and Sciences and College of Education.
Table of Contents
|About This Book||p. vii|
|Principles of Communicative Language Teaching and Task-Based Instruction||p. 1|
|Short-Term and Daily Lesson Planning||p. 39|
|Getting Started: Introducing Vocabulary||p. 75|
|Grammar and Language Learning||p. 105|
|Feedback and Error Correction in Language Learning||p. 143|
|Instructional Sequencing and Task Design||p. 178|
|Developing Listening Skills||p. 223|
|Developing Oral Communication Skills||p. 277|
|Developing Reading Skills||p. 322|
|Assessment and Language Learning||p. 368|
|Name Index||p. 440|
|Subject Index||p. 443|
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