Teacher's Handbook

Cengage Learning, 19 oct. 2009 - 528 pages
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TEACHER'S HANDBOOK: CONTEXTUALIZED LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION, 4th Edition is designed for teacher training courses in college foreign language departments. It is ideal for Teaching Assistants and Graduate Student Instructors who are teaching lower-division language courses, and are required to take a methods course, or are education majors or students pursuing a teaching credential. The authors emphasize real-world practice by presenting a concise theoretical review followed by provocative case studies that illustrate contextualized methods for teaching ESL and foreign language for proficiency. Extensive appendices and a text-specific website with links to teacher resources and streaming video of standards-based instruction make it easy for your students to master the material.
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Becoming Familiar with the Profession and Expectations for Language Teachers
Understanding the Role of Contextualized Input Output and Interaction in Language Learning
Contextualizing Language Instruction to Address Goals of the Standards for Foreign Language Learning
Organizing Content and Planning for Integrated Language Instruction
Connecting Language Learning to the Elementary School Curriculum
Integrating Cultures and Comparisons into Middle School Language Instruction
Using an Interactive Approach to Develop Interpretive Communication
Using a StoryBased Approach to Teach Grammar
Developing Oral and Written Interpersonal Communication
Developing Oral and Written Presentational Communication
Addressing Diverse Needs of Learners in the Language Classroom
Assessing StandardsBased Language Performance in Context
Using Technology to Contextualize and Integrate Language Instruction
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À propos de l'auteur (2009)

Judith L. Shrum earned her Ph. D. from The Ohio State University and an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. She is professor emerita at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, where she directed the Second Language Teacher Education program for 31 years until her retirement in 2012. She was awarded the ACTFL-NYSAFLT Anthony Papalia Award for Excellence in Teacher Education in 2008. Currently, she is the coordinator for ACTFL to the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Eileen W. Glisan earned her Ph.D. in Applied Spanish Linguistics and Teaching Methodology from the University of Pittsburgh. She is Distinguished University Professor of Spanish and Foreign Language Education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she is coordinator of the Spanish Education K-12 Program. She is the recipient of various awards, including the 2008 Nelson H. Brooks Award for Outstanding Leadership in the Profession by the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. She is past president of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL).

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