From Reader to Reading Teacher
Issues and Strategies for Second Language Classrooms (Cambridge Language Education)
Price includes NZ wide delivery!
Ships from UK supplier
|Format:||Paperback / softback, 277 pages|
|Other Information: ||7 line figures 13 halftones 4 tables|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 13 March 1997|
This text is a self-contained, student-centered methods text that connects reading theory to practical classroom activities. The paperback edition, ideal for introductory courses on the teaching of second language reading, connects reading theory to practical classroom activities. Teachers begin by exploring their beliefs and assumptions about reading and analyzing their own reading strategies. This leads to a critical examination of the pedagogical issues central to the reading classroom, including selecting appropriate activities and effective lesson planning.
Table of Contents
1 What is Reading?; 2 Factors That Influence Reading in L2/FL; 3 Designing the Reading Course; 4 Preparing to Read; 5 Vocabulary Before Reading; 6 During Reading; 7 Vocabulary During Reading; 8 Reviewing Reading; 9 Vocabulary After Reading; 10 Teaching Literature; 11 Assessing Reading Ability; 12 Planning a Reading Lesson; 13 The Learning Spiral and The Reading Teacher
|Publisher: ||Cambridge University Press|
|Dimensions: ||22.81 x 15.29 x 1.85 centimeters (0.46 kg)|