Methodology in Language Teaching: An Anthology of Current Practice by Jack C. RichardsMethodology in Language Teaching: An Anthology of Current Practice by Jack C. Richards

Methodology in Language Teaching: An Anthology of Current Practice

EditorJack C. Richards, Willy A. Renandya

Paperback | April 8, 2002

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This collection provides an overview of current approaches, issues, and practices in the teaching of English to speakers of other languages. This book provides an overview of current approaches, issues, and practices in the teaching of English to speakers of other languages. The anthology offers a comprehensive overview to the teaching of English and illustrates the complexity underlying many of the practical planning and instructional activities it involves. Organized into 16 sections, the book contains 41 seminal articles by well-known teacher trainers and researchers. Also included are two sets of discussion questions - a pre-reading background set and a post-reading reflection set. This anthology serves as an important resource for teachers wishing to design a basic course in methodology.
Title:Methodology in Language Teaching: An Anthology of Current PracticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:430 pages, 10 × 7.99 × 0.83 inPublished:April 8, 2002Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0521004403

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Table of Contents

Part I. Approaches to Teaching: 1. English language teaching in the “post-methods” era: towards better diagnosis, treatment, and assessment, H. Douglas Brown; 2. Theories of teaching in language teaching, Jack C. Richards; Part II. Lesson Planning and Classroom Management: 3. Lesson planning, Thomas S. C. Farrell; 4. Classroom management, Marilyn Lewis; Part III. Classroom Dynamics: 5. Implementing cooperative learning, George M. Jacobs and Stephen Hall; 6. Mixed level teaching: tiered tasks and bias tasks, Bill Bowler and Sue Parminter; Part IV. Syllabus Design and Instructional Materials: 7. The ELT curriculum: a flexible model for a changing world, Denise Finney; 8. The role of materials in the language classroom: finding the balance, Jane Crawford; Part V. Task and Project Work: 9. Implementing task-based language teaching, David Beglar and Alan Hunt; 10. Project work: a means to promote language and content, Fredricka L. Stoller; Part VI. Learning Strategies: 11. Language learning strategies in a nutshell: update and ESL suggestions, Rebecca L. Oxford; 12. Learner strategy training in the classroom: an action research study, David Nunan; Part VII. Teaching Grammar: 13. Seven bad reasons for teaching grammar...and two good ones, Michael Swan; 14. Addressing the grammar-gap in task-work, Jack C. Richards; 15. Grammar teaching--practice or consciousness-raising, Rod Ellis; Part VIII. Teaching Pronunciation: 16. Beyond “listen and repeat”: pronunciation teaching materials and theories of second language acquisition, Rodney H. Jones; 17. It's not what you say but how you say it!, Julie Hebert; Part IX. Teaching speaking: 18. Factors to consider: developing adult EFL students' speaking abilities, Kang Shumin; 19. Conversational English: an interactive, collaborative and reflective approach, Wai King Tsang and Matilda Wong; 20. Developing discussion skills in the ESL classroom, Christopher F. Green, Elsie R. Christopher and Jacqueline Lam; Part X. Teaching Listening: 21. Listening in language learning, David Nunan; 22. The changing face of listening, John Field; 23. Raising students' awareness of the features of real-world listening input, Wendy Y.K. Lam; Part XI. Teaching Vocabulary: 24. Current research and practice in teaching vocabulary, Alan Hunt and David Beglar; 25. Best practice in vocabulary teaching and learning, Paul Nation; Part XII. Teaching reading: 26. Dilemmas for the development of second language reading abilities, William Grabe; 27. Teaching strategic reading, Joy Janzen; 28. Extensive reading: why aren't we all doing it? Willy A. Renandya and George M. Jacobs; Part XIII. Teaching Writing: 29. Ten steps in planning a writing course and training teachers of writing, Ann Raimes; 30. The writing process and process writing, Anthony Seow; 31. A genre-based approach to content writing instruction, Randi Reppen; 32. Teaching students to self-edit, Dana Ferris; Part XIV. Assessment: 33. Alternative assessment: responses to commonly asked questions, Anna Huerta-Marcias; 34. Non-traditional forms of assessment and response to student writing: a step towards learner autonomy, Andrea H. Penaflorida; 35. English proficiency test: the oral component of a primary school, Ishbel Hingle and Viv Linington; Part XV. Technologies in the Classroom: 36. Video in the ELT classroom: the role of the teacher, Susan Stempleski; 37. The internet for English teaching: guidelines for teachers, Mark Warschauer and P. Fawn Whittaker; 38. What can the World Wide Web offer ESL teachers? Rong-Chang Li and Robert S. Hart; Part XVI. Professional Development: 39. The English teacher as professional, Penny Ur; 40. Developing our professional competence: some reflections, Joanne Pettis; 41. Research in your own classroom, Elizabeth Taylor.