The Cambridge Guide to Learning English as a Second Language
The Cambridge Guide to Learning English as a Second Language contains nine sections, which aim to organise and reflect different dimensions of the diverse and complex scope of learning English as a second or additional language. Four themes which permeate the chapters are: learning and learners; learning and language; learning and language development; learning and learning context. The 36 authoritative chapters are written by experts in the field. It is accessibly written and appropriate for students in undergraduate and mainstream graduate TESOL courses as well as teacher educators wishing to link issues of learning with classroom pedagogy.
- Each chapter discusses implications for teaching and assessment and thus links learning and teaching.
- Chapters are complemented by questions for discussion which could be used by teacher educators in formal courses or teacher development workshops.
- Suggestions for further reading support readers to learn more about the topics covered.
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