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Professor Rod Ellis proposes ten principles of effective pedagogy for second language acquisition in a classroom context, based on his review of existing literature in the field.
- Innovative Research and Practices in Second Language Acquisition and Bilingualism
- The Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in Second Language Teaching
- Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition
- Pedagogy and research
Innovative Research and Practices in Second Language Acquisition and Bilingualism
National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Richards, Jack C. The Cambridge guide to pedagogy and practice in second language teaching. Written by internationally prominent researchers, educators, and emerging scholars, the chapters are grouped into five sections: rethinking our understanding of teaching, learner diversity and classroom learning, pedagogical approaches and practices, components of the curriculum, and media and materials.
Each chapter covers key topics in teaching methodology such as reflective pedagogy, teaching large classes, outcomes-based language learning, speaking instruction, and technology in the classroom. Chapters assume no particular background knowledge and are written in an accessible style" The emergence of approaches such as reflective teaching, task-based pedagogy, genre theory, and action research are examples of how the language teaching profession undergoes periodic waves of renewal and paradigm shifts as it continually reinvents itself through the impact of new ideas, new educational philosophies, new technology, and new research findings.
The present volume seeks to document such changes through a comprehensive overview of current approaches and practices in language teaching" Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card.
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Book , Online - Google Books. Table of contents only Broken link? Cover image Broken link? Publisher description Broken link? Chapters assume no particular background knowledge and are written in an accessible style"-- "As a consequence of the growing demand for effective English programs, language teaching professionals are engaged in a continual review and evaluation of their assumptions and practices. Machine generated contents note: Introduction Jack C. Richards and Anne Burns; Section 1.
Rethinking our Understanding of Teaching: Introduction; 1. English as an international language Sandra Mckay; 2. Reflective pedagogy Kathleen M. Bailey; 3. Learner-centred teaching Phil Benson; 4. Class-centred teaching Rose Senior; 5. Competence and performance in language teaching Jack Richards; Section 2. Classroom Learning and Learner Diversity: Introduction; 6. Managing the classroom Tony Wright; 7. Learning strategies Christine C. Goh; 8. Motivation Ema Ushioda; 9. Teaching mixed level classes Jill Bell; Teaching large classes Fauzia Shamim; Teaching young learners Annamaria Pinter; Teaching teenagers Michael K.
Legutke; Teaching adults Richard Orem; Section 3. Pedagogical Approaches and Practices: Introduction; Task-based language education Kris Van den Branden; Text-based teaching Anne Burns; Content-based instruction and content and language integrated learning JoAnn Jodi Crandall; Outcomes-based language teaching Constant Leung; Teaching English for academic purposes Jean Brick; Teaching English for specific purposes Brian Paltridge; Literacy-based language teaching Richard Kern; Section 4.
Components of the Curriculum: Speaking instruction Scott Thornbury; Listening instruction John Field; Reading instruction Neil J. Anderson; Writing instruction Dana Ferris; Vocabulary instruction Anne O'Keeffe; Pronunciation instruction Donna Brinton; Grammar instruction Richard Cullen; Section 5. Media and Materials: Introduction; Materials development Brian Tomlinson; Technology in the classroom Mike Levy; Online and bended instruction Hayo Reinders.
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The Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in Second Language Teaching
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Krashen Published Computer Science. This text explores the relationship between second language teaching practice and what is known about the process of second language acquisition and summarizes the current state of second language acquisition theory. View via Publisher. Save to Library.
The Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in Second Language Teaching. Arizio Sweeting. Beginning with an informative and easy-to-read introduction.
Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition
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Learning is dependent on the pedagogical approaches teachers use in the classroom. A variety of pedagogical approaches are common in schools, but some strategies are more effective and appropriate than others. The effectiveness of pedagogy often depends on the particular subject matter to be taught, on understanding the diverse needs of different learners, and on adapting to the on-the-ground conditions in the classroom and the surrounding context. In general, the best teachers believe in the capacity of their students to learn, and carefully utilize a range of pedagogical approaches to ensure this learning occurs. Pedagogical approaches are often placed on a spectrum from teacher-centred to learner-centred pedagogy; though these two approaches may seem contradictory, they can often complement each other in the realisation of educational goals—for example, a teacher-centred approach may be useful to introduce a new theme, while a learner-centred approach may be necessary to allow students to explore these ideas and develop a deeper understanding. Effective and Appropriate Pedagogical Approaches: Effective pedagogy can lead to academic achievement, social and emotional development, acquisition of technical skills, and a general ability to contribute to society. Pedagogical effectiveness often depends on ensuring that the approach is appropriate for specific school and national contexts.
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Language pedagogy is the approach taken towards the methods used to teach and learn languages. There are many methods of teaching languages. Some have fallen into relative obscurity and others are widely used; still others have a small following, but offer useful insights. In the late s and most of the s,  language teaching was usually conceived in terms of method. In seeking to improve teaching practices, teachers and researchers would typically try to find out which method was the most effective. According to Bell, this variety in use "offers a challenge for anyone wishing to enter into the analysis or deconstruction of methods". The organizational key is that techniques carry out a method which is consistent with an approach.