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Teaching Language in Context By Alice C. Omaggio Hadley,

  • Title: Teaching Language in Context
  • Author: Alice C. Omaggio Hadley
  • ISBN: 9780838417058
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teaching Language in Context is THE essential methods text for anyone teaching or learning to teach a foreign language Teaching Language in Context is the musthave reference text for every foreign language instructor.
    Teaching Language in Context Teaching Language in Context is THE essential methods text for anyone teaching or learning to teach a foreign language Teaching Language in Context is the musthave reference text for every foreign lan

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    1. I ll be teaching an intro level German course this coming year, my first FL teaching experience, and I found Omaggio Hadley s text a valuable albeit dry primer Her discussion of cognitive bases of language learning and its situation of language teaching and learning in cultural and communicative contexts especially helpful as I prepare I read the third edition, published in 2000, so there may be recent research to refine or modify some of the material here, but I d still recommend the text to a [...]

    2. This text is excellent for language teachers While it is written with an academic audience in mind, it is clear and above all drives home the essential point that modern language teaching should be taught with the learners in mind It goes into fair detail how to do this.Also, an excellent Christmas gift for boring language lecturers.

    3. I really liked this book because it gave foreign language teachers a conceptual framework for teaching a foreign language It offers examples of various teaching methods and dissects every aspect of the learning process I read this book during my education methods course.

    4. I didn t read much of this although it was the text for my class Basically, it ran through all the methods of teaching a second language particularly Japanese The book is very technical method based.

    5. Sure, it s dry in parts, but compared to some of the linguistics books I ve been reading it s an adventure story Hadley is clear and insightful and the practical suggestions are invaluable.

    6. This is the driest textbook that I have ever read I can barely get through the chapters She definitely knows what she is talking about, but is not an engaging author.

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