|Contributions||Linguistic Institute., Conference Board of the Associated Research Councils. Committee on International Exchange of Persons.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 136 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||136|
This book offers great introduction to every aspect of teaching foreign-language English students. It's a more difficult process than most novice teachers assume it will be, going from speaking English confidently as a native speaker to be able to teach it effectively, and Maxom will hold your hand and guide you throughout the by: Teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) refers to teaching the English language to students with different first languages, typically used to imply that the English Language Learner may have already learned more than one language, prior to learning can occur either within the state school system or more privately, at a language school or with a tutor. As a future teacher of English as a foreign language, you need to give your students informed instruction in English pronunciation, spelling, vocabulary, and grammar; but language teaching, at the more advanced levels in particular, is also concerned with idiomatic language use, such as collocations and formulaic language, or strategies that match a given communicative situation, e.g. This comprehensive introduction presents the fundamental topics and issues of TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) in 14 chapters. Integrating both profound theoretical and creative practical considerations, the central principles and competence domains of modern foreign language teaching .
Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language is edited by Marianne Celce-Murcia, Donna M. Grinton, David Bohlke and Marguerite Ann Snow. It is the fourth edition of the book and a comprehensive guide to this subject. The book is divided into six units with the following titles: 1. Foundations of Methodology 2. Language Skills 3. Skills for Reviews: The Importance of Linguistics to a Language Teacher. Philosopher Franz Fanon once wrote that “to speak a language is to take on a world, a culture.” Likely, Fanon was referring to the fact that language learning encompasses so much more than mere memorization and pronunciation. As a language instructor, your teaching. An introductory textbook that assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or second language acquisition, this book presents a comprehensive overview of the theoretical foundations, methods and practices of Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) for pre-service teachers. Lennon covers the theoretical bases for TEFL and addresses second language-acquisition research, past and present . The idea that linguistics is a subject of particular interest and value to foreign language teachers is one that has become increasingly accepted in recent years. In an exceptionally clear and undogmatic way, this book relates current linguistic thought to the practical problems of language teaching. The author has adopted a deliberately eclectic approach; he has not attempted to promote a.
Welcome to the Routledge English Language and Applied Linguistics Textbook Catalogue. Within the pages of this catalogue you will find our English language and applied linguistics textbooks organised by subject and theme. To read more on any text, request a 'complimentary exam copy' or purchase, simply visit our website. His most influential book is Linguistics across cultures: Applied linguistics for language teachers, in which he states that "in the comparison between native and foreign language lies the key to ease or difficulty in foreign language learning." The book outlines methods for comparing two systems of sound, grammar, vocabulary, writing, and culture. About the courseThe MSc ALLT is a degree aimed at professionals of TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) or modern foreign languages, which is taught primarily via distance/online learning. This innovative two-year part-time course offers a cutting-edge introduction to the linguistic and pedagogic knowledge needed for teaching language. I’m not sure how his name is pronounced, but it’s someone who taught English as a foreign language for 35 years in Britain. I have put on my blog a link to an article he wrote about rational language teaching and I’m also going to put a link at my blog to an article he wrote called ‘Anti-Linguistics’ or something to that effect.