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Humanism in Language Teaching

Humanism in Language Teaching

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Humanism inLanguage Teaching
A critical perspective
Earl W. Stevick
Oxford University Press 1990
 
Oxford University Press
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Street,Oxford OX26DP
Oxford 
 
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© Oxford
University
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All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system,or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording,orotherwise. without the prior permission of Oxford University Press.This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise,
 be
lent,re-sold, hired out. or otherwise circulated without the publisher’s prior consent in any form of  binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar conditionincluding this condition being imposedon the subsequent purchaser.
Printed in Great Britain by Thomson Litho, East Kilbride, Scotland.
 
Acknowledgements
The publishers would like to thank the following for their permission to usecopyright material:Academic Press Ltd., a subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, and E.Perecman, for extracts from ‘Spontaneous translation and language mixingin a polyglot aphasic’ by E. Perecman published in
 Brain and Language
1984, Vol. 23; Cambridge University Press for extracts from
Communicating Naturally in a Second Language
 by Wilga M. Rivers, CUP 1983,
and
 Imagesand Options in the Language Classroom
 by E.W. Stevick, CUP 1986;Educational Solutions Inc., for extracts from
The Adolescent and His Self 
(c)
1962 by C. Gattegno,
 In the Beginning There Were No Words: The Universeof Babies
(c)
1976 
 by C. Gattegno,
The Common
Sense
of 
Teaching Foreign
 Languages
(c)
1976 
 by C. Gattegno, and
On Being Freer 
(c) 1988 by C.
Gattegno; Faber and Faber Ltd., and Random House Inc., for an extract from‘Horae
Canonicae: vespers’ from
Selected Poems of W.H. Auden
(c) 1955W.H. Auden; Houghton Mifflin
&
Co. for an extract from
 Becoming aPerson
 by Carl Rogers (c) 1961 by Houghton Mifflin
&
Co.; NewburyHouse Publishers, a division of Harper 
&
Row Publishers Inc., for a shortextract from
 Methods that Work 
 by J. Oller and P. Richard-Amato (c)
1983
 by Newbury House Publishers, and an extract from
 Memory, Meaning and  Method 
 by E.W. Stevick 
(c)
1976 by Newbury House Publishers; Prentice-Hall Publishers for an extract from
Principles of Language Learning and  Language Teaching
 by H.D. Brown (c) by Prentice-Hall: R.C. Roberts for extracts from his article ‘Therapy for the Saints’ published in
ChristianityToday,
Vol. 29, no. 16, 1985;
Sheed
and Ward Inc., for extracts from
Counseling and Psychotherapy: the Pursuit 
of Values
by Charles A. Curran(c) 1968 by Sheed and Ward Inc.; Sir Karl Popper for extracts from his book 
Unended Quest,
1974 Glasgow: Collins.
At the author’s request, the royalties from this book are being divided
 between TESOL and IATEFL.

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