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CONTENTS
Acknowledgments

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Introduction
Section 1
Chapter

Chapter

Approaches to Teaching
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Section 2
Chapter

Chapter

Section 3
Chapter

Chapter

Section 4
Chapter

Chapter

English Language Teaching in the Post-Method Era:


Toward Better Diagnosis, Treatment, and Assessment
H. Douglas Brown
Theories of Teaching in Language Teaching
Jack C. Richards

Chapter

Chapter

10

Section 6
11

5
9
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Lesson Planning and Classroom Management

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Lesson Planning
Thomas S. C. Farrell
Classroom Management
Marilyn Lewis

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Classroom Dynamics

49

Implementing Cooperative Learning


George M. Jacobs and Stephen Hall
Mixed-Level Teaching: Tiered Tasks and Bias Tasks
Bill Bowler and Sue Parminter

52

Syllabus Design and Instructional Materials

Section 5

Chapter

The ELT Curriculum: A Flexible Model for a


Changing World
Denise Finney
The Role of Materials in the Language Classroom:
Finding the Balance
Jane Crawford

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Task and Project Work

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Implementing Task-Based Language Teaching


David Beglar and Alan Hunt
Project Work: A Means to Promote Language and Content
Fredricka L. Stoller

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Learning Strategies

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Language Learning Strategies in a Nutshell: Update and


ESL Suggestions
Rebecca L. Oxford

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Contents

Chapter

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Section 7
Chapter

13

Chapter

14

Chapter

15

Section 8
Chapter

Chapter

16

17

Section 9
Chapter

Chapter

Chapter

Learner Strategy Training in the Classroom: An Action


Research Study
David Nunan

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Teaching Grammar

145

Seven Bad Reasons for Teaching Grammar and Two


Good Ones
Michael Swan
Addressing the Grammar Gap in Task Work
Jack C. Richards
Grammar Teaching Practice or Consciousness-Raising?
Rod Ellis

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Teaching Pronunciation

175

Beyond Listen and Repeat: Pronunciation Teaching


Materials and Theories of Second Language Acquisition
Rodney H. Jones
PracTESOL: Its Not What You Say, but How You Say It!
Julie Hebert
Teaching Speaking

18

19

20

Factors to Consider: Developing Adult EFL Students


Speaking Abilities
Kang Shumin
Conversational English: An Interactive, Collaborative, and
Reflective Approach
Wai King Tsang and Matilda Wong
Developing Discussion Skills in the ESL Classroom
Christopher F. Green, Elsie R. Christopher,
and Jacqueline Lam

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204

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225

Section 10

Teaching Listening

235

Chapter

21

238

Chapter

22

Chapter

23

Listening in Language Learning


David Nunan
The Changing Face of Listening
John Field
Raising Students Awareness of the Features of Real-World
Listening Input
Wendy Y. K. Lam

Section 11

Teaching Vocabulary

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Chapter

24

258

Chapter

25

Current Research and Practice in Teaching Vocabulary


Alan Hunt and David Beglar
Best Practice in Vocabulary Teaching and Learning
Paul Nation

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Contents

Section 12

Teaching Reading

Chapter

Dilemmas for the Development of Second Language


Reading Abilities
William Grabe
Teaching Strategic Reading
Joy Janzen
Extensive Reading: Why Arent We All Doing It?
Willy A. Renandya and George M. Jacobs

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Chapter

27

Chapter

28

Section 13

Teaching Writing

Chapter

Ten Steps in Planning a Writing Course and Training


Teachers of Writing
Ann Raimes
The Writing Process and Process Writing
Anthony Seow
A Genre-Based Approach to Content Writing Instruction
Randi Reppen
Teaching Students to Self-Edit
Dana Ferris

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Chapter

30

Chapter

31

Chapter

32

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Section 14

Assessment

Chapter

Alternative Assessment: Responses to Commonly


Asked Questions
Ana Huerta-Macas
Nontraditional Forms of Assessment and Response to
Student Writing: A Step Toward Learner Autonomy
Andrea H. Penaflorida
English Proficiency Test: The Oral Component of a
Primary School
Ishbel Hingle and Viv Linington

344

Section 15

Technologies in the Classroom

361

Chapter

36

364

Chapter

37

Chapter

38

Video in the ELT Classroom: The Role of the Teacher


Susan Stempleski
The Internet for English Teaching: Guidelines for Teachers
Mark Warschauer and P. Fawn Whittaker
What Can the World Wide Web Offer ESL Teachers?
Rong-Chang Li and Robert S. Hart

Section 16

Professional Development

385

Chapter

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Chapter

40

The English Teacher as Professional


Penny Ur
Developing Our Professional Competence:
Some Reflections
Joanne Pettis

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Contents

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Research in Your Own Classroom


Elizabeth Taylor

Credits
Author Index
Subject Index

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