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Teaching English as a Second Language
Theory and Praxis

  • Aarati Mujumdar - Assistant Professor, Department of General Education, Modern College of Business and Science, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
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October 2017 | 380 pages | SAGE Texts

This book provides an easy-to-understand and easy-to-apply discussion on language structure, pronunciation, intonation, grammar, and vocabulary through numerous tasks and exercises. The section on “instructional practices” deals with various language skills and their applications in real-world classrooms. With actual classroom-tested techniques, Teaching English as a Second Language: Theory and Praxis would be an ideal companion for BEd students who are in the process of becoming teachers. It would also help practicing teachers who can modify and adapt these techniques and tasks to aid students develop language skills required to face the challenges of the twenty-first century.

 
Preface
 
Acknowledgements
 
Introduction
 
Section I. Theoretical Underpinnings
 
English in India
 
Methods and Approaches
 
Language Learning
 
Section II. Elements of Language
 
Features of language
 
Section III. Instructional Practices
 
Developing Language Skills: I Listening and Speaking Skills
 
Developing Language Skills: II Reading Skills
 
Developing Language Skills: III Writing Skills
 
Developing Language Skills IV Grammar Skills
 
Developing Language Skills: V Vocabulary Skills
 
Developing Study Skills
 
Section IV. Evaluation
 
Testing English as a Second Language
 
Section V. Classroom Resources
 
Materials Analysis
 
Audiovisual Aids
 
Index

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ISBN: 9789386446619