A Basic Introduction to English Language Teaching

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ISBN:

9780199457625

Publication date:

31/10/2014

Paperback

Price: 290.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199457625

Publication date:

31/10/2014

Paperback

First Edition

Ray Mackay

A host of case studies, classroom tasks, illustrated activities, and discussions to help teachers bridge the gap between formal training and real-life classroom needs.

Rights:  World Rights

First Edition

Ray Mackay

Description

How we teach is often influenced by how we were taught. Therefore the methods and practices which become an unconscious set of assumptions about teaching appear as the dominant methodology in our classrooms. It is important that we as teachers of English become aware of this challenge, overcome it, and are able to contribute to greater and richer learning. A Basic Introduction to English Language Teaching brings home ideas and practices which contest the dominant methodology.

First Edition

Ray Mackay

First Edition

Ray Mackay

Features

• Activities, encouraging comparison and reflection • Ideas on teaching LSRW, grammar, vocabulary, and poetry • Support on continuous and comprehensive evaluation in Indian context • Insights on ELT methodology • Ways of using internet in a classroom scenario • A short reading list of books

First Edition

Ray Mackay

First Edition

Ray Mackay

Description

How we teach is often influenced by how we were taught. Therefore the methods and practices which become an unconscious set of assumptions about teaching appear as the dominant methodology in our classrooms. It is important that we as teachers of English become aware of this challenge, overcome it, and are able to contribute to greater and richer learning. A Basic Introduction to English Language Teaching brings home ideas and practices which contest the dominant methodology.

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