A Student's Guide to the MA TESOL by Nancy BellA Student's Guide to the MA TESOL by Nancy Bell

A Student's Guide to the MA TESOL

byNancy Bell

Paperback | August 12, 2009

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This book is a practical and insightful guide for new MA TESOL students, providing information that will shape their expectations of the field and of their program. It discusses foundational information about the profession, as well as discussion and guidance regarding the graduate school experience.
NANCY BELL is an Assistant Professor at Washington State University, USA. Her research interests include L2 language play and humor, cross-cultural interaction, and the development of L2 sociolinguistic competence. Her work has appeared in journals such as Applied Linguistics, Humor, Research on Language and Social Interaction, and Int...
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Title:A Student's Guide to the MA TESOLFormat:PaperbackDimensions:159 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.16 inPublished:August 12, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230224318

ISBN - 13:9780230224315

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Table of Contents

Preface PART I: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE DISCIPLINE OF TESOL Situating Ourselves Language, Learning, and Teaching Key Concepts in TESOL PART II: STUDYING FOR YOUR MA TESOL Learning to Learn in Graduate School Research and the (Future) TESOL Instructor Professional Development in and beyond Graduate School Conclusion Appendix A: Common Acronyms in TESOL Appendix B: Websites for TESOL Information and Professional Development References Glossary Index

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'The book provides an excellent, accessible general introduction to core content areas and issues for students entering MA TESOL programs. It will be of great assistance to students in making sense of what can be a fairly bewildering span of theoretical perspectives, and it will also allow academic teaching staff to readily situate the particular orientations they wish to explore in more depth. It is a welcomed innovation in the professional development literature in the TESOL field.'- Susan Hood, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.