Authoritative and accessible, this book introduces the theory and practice of teaching writing to students of EFL/ESL learners. While assuming no specialist knowledge, Ken Hyland systematically sets out the key issues of course design, lesson planning, texts and materials, tasks, feedback and assessment and how current research can inform classroom practice. This second edition is completely revised to include up-to-date work on automated feedback, plagiarism, social media, Virtual Learning Environments and teacher workload issues. It takes the clear stance that student writers not only need realistic strategies for drafting and revising, but also a clear understanding of genre to structure their writing experiences according to the expectations of particular communities of readers and the constraints of particular contexts. Review exercises, reflection questions, plentiful examples and a new extensive glossary make the book invaluable to both prospective and practicing teachers alike.Read more
- Chapter end activities enable students to connect theory with practice and understand the relevant topics
- Basic concepts and theories are clearly explained with many examples to enable students to apply teaching principles
- Presents new research for teachers in an accessible and practical way, to help inform their teaching
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- Edition: 2nd Edition
- Publication planned for: July 2019
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108456418
- dimensions: 247 x 174 mm
- contains: 63 b/w illus. 34 tables
- availability: Not yet published - available from June 2019
Table of Contents
1. Writing and teaching writing
2. Second language writers and teaching contexts
3. Course design and lesson planning
4. Texts and materials in the writing class
5. Tasks in the writing class
6. New technologies in writing instruction
7. Responding to student writing
8. Assessing student writing
9. Researching writing and writers.
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