M Winner British Council UK Award for Innovation 2010 M Best Entry for Children English-Speaking Union’s Duke of Edinburgh English Language Book Award 2009
“…brings enjoyment and creativity back to their rightful place at the centre of children’s learning.” JUDGES’ COMMENTS
MARY SLATTERY A practical handbook with DVD that shows teachers how to use puppets in the primary classroom to encourage more interaction in English.
• Written by award-winning author Mary Slattery. • Explores how teachers can use a puppet to extend classroom
language, establish routines, encourage listening and speaking skills, and help with reading and writing.
• Teacher’s Book and DVD shows Mary Slattery and teachers in real
classroom situations. Also available as a Pack including a loveable bear puppet.
English for Primary Teachers
M Winner English-Speaking Union’s Duke of Edinburgh Book Competition M Winner Frank Bell Prize M Shortlisted for the Ben Warren Prize MARY SLATTERY AND JANE WILLIS An award-winning handbook of activities and classroom language for primary teachers.
• Builds teachers’ confidence in their ability to use English effectively. • Provides advice and teaching techniques for primary English teachers.
• Audio CD gives examples of classroom language from real classrooms, plus pronunciation exercises.
Cross-Curricular Resources for Young Learners IMMACOLATA CALABRESE AND SILVANA RAMPONE
A resource book for primary teachers who need appropriate, easy-touse resources for teaching subjects through English.
Practical Classroom English GLYN HUGHES, JOSEPHINE MOATE, AND TIINA RAATIKAINEN
Equips teachers with the language skills needed for accurate, authentic, and idiomatic classroom management in English.
Into the Classroom A series of short, practical guides that help teachers of 6–16 year olds make sense of new teaching ideas.
Bringing creative teaching into the young learner classroom LYNNE CAMERON AND PENNY MCKAY
• Includes activities, tips, and samples of classroom language for teachers and trainee teachers of children aged 5–12.
• Simple explanations of the theory behind the practice. • Guides teachers through ideas of how to boost children’s enthusiasm with an extra spark of creativity.
Bringing technology into the classroom GORDON LEWIS
• Takes the reader step by step through the use of online and offline tools. • Describes and explains computer technology in non-technical language. • Features practical classroom ideas. • Provides time-saving, confidence-building tips to get the best from technology.
Bringing extensive reading into the classroom RICHARD DAY, JENNIFER BASSETT, BILL BOWLER, SUE PARMINTER, NICK BULLARD, MARK FURR, NINA PRENTICE, MINAS MAHMOOD, DANIEL STEWART, THOMAS ROBB
Explains the substantial value of extensive reading in any language programme. Starting from research showing that reading for pleasure helps learners improve their English, it guides teachers through the different approaches, focusing on:
• The importance of extensive free reading. • How extensive reading materials are developed and how to choose the right graded readers for the class.
• Introducing and exploiting class readers. • Developing class libraries. • Setting up and running reading circles. In addition, four extensive reading case studies describe projects in a range of learning environments. Each chapter has been written by an acknowledged expert in the field of extensive reading.
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Practical Classroom English (Book and Audio CD)
English for Primary Teachers 978 0 19 437562 7 French Edition* 978 0 19 438841 2 Japanese Edition* 978 0 19 438840 5 Italian Edition* 978 0 19 439084 2 Spanish Edition* 978 0 19 439114 6 Thai Edition* 978 0 19 439087 3 *only available in certain countries, please check with your local OUP office.
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Oxford Basics for Children
Primary Resource Oxford Basics Books for Teachers Each Oxford Basics book
A series for teachers of young learners which provides adaptable teaching ideas in an easy-to-follow format.
Art and Crafts with Children
Each unit gives details of a lesson or activity including the language point, preparation, and step-bystep guidelines for each stage. The series is especially suited to situations where access to resources is limited.
Starting and Ending Lessons NAOMI MOIR
Twenty-five activities to settle children into a class or bring the lesson to an end. Starting and Ending Lessons focuses on children’s need for constant language revision. It provides easy, adaptable activities that use movement and games to maintain variety in the classroom.
English Through Music JANE WILLIS AND ANICE PATERSON
Action games, rhymes, and simple songs which highlight useful language and develop musical skills. No prior musical experience needed.
Listen and Do HANA ŠVECOVÁ
Thirty short, simple, physical activities to encourage children to listen and respond to spoken English.
Storytelling ELEANOR WATTS
A wide range of story genres and activity types to stimulate young learners.
Vocabulary Activities MARY SLATTERY
Twenty-five ready-to-use vocabulary activities for 4–12-year-olds.
SERIES EDITOR: ALAN MALEY
Assessing Young Learners M Winner British Council Innovation Award
M Shortlisted for the Ben Warren Prize SOPHIE IOANNOU-GEORGIOU AND PAVLOS PAVLOU
Activities Using Resources
BRYAN GARDNER AND FELICITY GARDNER
Creating Stories with Children
Drama with Children
MICHAELA CANKOVA AND SIMON GILL
Games for Children
Introduction to Teaching English
GORDON LEWIS WITH GÜNTHER BEDSON
Grammar for Young Learners GORDON LEWIS AND HANS MOL
The Internet and Young Learners M Runner-up British Council Innovation Award 2006 GORDON LEWIS
JILL HADFIELD AND CHARLES HADFIELD
Presenting New Language JILL HADFIELD AND CHARLES HADFIELD
Simple Listening Activities JILL HADFIELD AND CHARLES HADFIELD
Projects with Young Learners
Simple Reading Activities
DIANE PHILLIPS, SARAH BURWOOD, AND HELEN DUNFORD
Simple Speaking Activities
Storytelling with Children ANDREW WRIGHT
Very Young Learners M Shortlisted for the Ben Warren Prize M Shortlisted for the Frank Bell Prize VANESSA REILLY AND SHEILA WARD
Writing with Children M Winner English-Speaking Union’s Duke of Edinburgh Book Competition JACKIE REILLY AND VANESSA REILLY
M Shortlisted for the Frank Bell Prize SARAH PHILLIPS
Primary Resource Books for Teachers Art and Crafts with Children 978 0 19 437825 3 Assessing Young Learners 978 0 19 437281 7 Creating Chants and Songs (Book and Audio CD Pack) 978 0 19 442236 9 Creating Stories with Children 978 0 19 437204 6 Drama with Children 978 0 19 437220 6 Games for Children 978 0 19 437224 4 Grammar for Young Learners 978 0 19 442589 6 The Internet and Young Learners 978 0 19 442182 9 Projects with Young Learners 978 0 19 437221 3 Storytelling with Children, Second Edition 978 0 19 442581 0 Very Young Learners 978 0 19 437209 1 Writing with Children 978 0 19 437599 3 Young Learners 978 0 19 437195 7
HEATHER WESTRUP AND JOANNA BAKER
Creating Chants and Songs Classroom English
contains twenty-five to thirty units between elementary and intermediate level. All the activities are simple and adaptable with ideas for boardwork, and pictures teachers can copy. Ideal for classrooms where there are few resources.
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JILL HADFIELD AND CHARLES HADFIELD
JILL HADFIELD AND CHARLES HADFIELD
Simple Writing Activities JILL HADFIELD AND CHARLES HADFIELD
Teaching Grammar JIM SCRIVENER
Oxford Basics Activities Using Resources Classroom English Cross-curricular Activities Intercultural Activities Introduction to Teaching English Presenting New Language Simple Listening Activities Simple Reading Activities Simple Speaking Activities Simple Writing Activities Teaching Grammar
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SERIES EDITOR: ALAN MALEY
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This extremely popular series gives teachers practical advice and guidance, together with resource ideas and materials for the classroom. The series is aimed at teachers of secondary and adult learners.
Music and Song
RICARDO SAMPEDRO AND SUSAN HILLYARD
Beginners PETER GRUNDY
Classroom Dynamics JILL HADFIELD
Conversation ROB NOLASCO AND LOIS ARTHUR
Creative Poetry Writing JANE SPIRO
Cultural Awareness BARRY TOMALIN AND SUSAN STEMPLESKI
Dictionaries JON WRIGHT
Grammar M Highly Commended EnglishSpeaking Union’s Duke of Edinburgh Book Competition
Newspapers PETER GRUNDY
Project Work, Second Edition
Teaching Other Subjects Through English
Drama and Improvisation
SCOTT WINDEATT, DAVID HARDISTY, AND DAVID EASTMENT
English for Specific Purposes
COLIN CAMPBELL AND HANNA KRYSZEWSKA
SHEELAGH DELLER AND CHRISTINE PRICE
Teenagers GORDON LEWIS
M Winner Frank Bell Prize
Vocabulary, Second Edition
JOHN MORGAN AND MARIO RINVOLUCRI
Writing, Second Edition
ALAN MALEY AND ALAN DUFF
Film SUSAN STEMPLESKI AND BARRY TOMALIN
Language Teaching: A Scheme for Teacher Education
Learning and Teaching English
SERIES EDITORS: C N CANDLIN AND H G WIDDOWSON
A Course for Teachers
A useful resource for in-depth treatment of topics which can only be referred to briefly in general courses. Titles in the series: Discourse Guy Cook Evaluation M Winner Frank Bell Prize Pauline Rea-Dickins and Kevin Germaine Grammar Rob Batstone Listening Anne Anderson and Tony Lynch Pronunciation Christiane Dalton and Barbara Seidlhofer Reading Catherine Wallace Speaking Martin Bygate Syllabus Design David Nunan Vocabulary Michael McCarthy Writing Christopher Tribble
CORA LINDSAY AND PAUL KNIGHT
Ready-to-use course material and recommended reading for trainee teachers.
Resource Books for Teachers Advanced Learners Beginners Classroom Dynamics Conversation Creative Poetry Writing Cultural Awareness Dictionaries Drama and Improvisation English for Specific Purposes Exam Classes Film Global Issues Grammar Grammar Dictation Homework Images The Internet Learner-based Teaching Listening Literature, Second Edition Music and Song Newspapers Project Work, Second Edition Pronunciation Role Play Storybuilding Teaching Other Subjects Through English Teenagers Vocabulary, Second Edition Writing, Second Edition
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Language Teaching: A Scheme for Teacher Education Discourse 978 0 19 437140 7 Evaluation 978 0 19 437138 4 Grammar 978 0 19 437132 2 Listening 978 0 19 437135 3 Pronunciation 978 0 19 437197 1 Reading 978 0 19 437130 8 Speaking 978 0 19 437134 6 Syllabus Design 978 0 19 437139 1 Vocabulary 978 0 19 437136 0 Writing 978 0 19 437141 4 Learning and Teaching English
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Word Knowledge A Vocabulary Teacher’s Handbook CHERYL BOYD ZIMMERMAN
Useful, practical strategies to help learners know a word including its meaning, collocations, grammatical features, derivations, register, and appropriateness.
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Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers The books in this series relate theory to the practice of teaching and provide core reference material for teacher education courses.
Communication in the Language Classroom TONY LYNCH
Designing and Analyzing Language Tests NATHAN CARR
This Workbook and DVD Pack provides a hands-on series of tutorials and simple explanations to enable users to move from a theoretical understanding of the issues in testing English language proficiency to the practical skills of how to design useful tests and analyze results using statistical tools. The stepby-step approach, using real language test data, will be invaluable for anyone who needs to know why statistics matter in quantitative assessment of learning.
How Languages are Learned NEW EDITION Fourth Edition PATSY M LIGHTBOWN AND NINA SPADA
A thoroughly updated edition of this prize-winning, readable introduction to the main theories of first and second language acquisition. This book introduces you to some of the language acquisition research that will help you not just to evaluate existing materials, but also to adapt and use them in a way that fits what we currently understand about how languages are learned.
• UPDATED content including new
research and new areas in pedagogy to provide an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of research in the field.
• NEW Chapter Previews and Summaries with round-up questions.
■ NEW Companion website with vodcasts, content updates, and shared user content. ■ NEW Also available as an e-book.
Teaching and Learning in the Language Classroom TRICIA HEDGE
Teaching the Pronunciation of English as a Lingua Franca ROBIN WALKER
This Workbook and Audio CD Pack provides an accessible description of the pronunciation of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) and explores the benefits of an ELF approach to pronunciation. It shows how to make use of the learners’ first language – a resource often marginalized in language classrooms.
Teaching Second Language Listening TONY LYNCH
Teaching Second Language Reading THOM D HUDSON
Teaching Young Language Learners ANNAMARIA PINTER
Doing Task-based Teaching
Intercultural Business Communication
M Shortlisted for the Ben Warren Prize
Technology Enhanced Language Learning: connecting theory and practice NEW
AISHA WALKER AND GOODITH WHITE
DAVE WILLIS AND JANE WILLIS
Oxford ESOL Handbook
How does technology enhance the language learning process? Through exploring the theories that underpin language learning, the authors discuss how these theories relate to technology use. Practical and reflective activities help you get to know the technology and how it impacts on language learners, and they are written to accommodate different levels of technical know-how. This new handbook gives teachers, teacher trainers, and MA students an informed and practical insight into new developments in technology and its implications for the classroom. Visit the accompanying website for extra activities, ideas, and useful links.
Doing Second Language Research JAMES DEAN BROWN AND THEODORE S RODGERS
ESOL: A Critical Guide MELANIE COOKE AND JAMES SIMPSON
Explaining English Grammar M Shortlisted for the Ben Warren Prize GEORGE YULE
Exploring Learner Language ELAINE TARONE AND BONNIE SWIERZBIN
This innovative workbook and DVD pack provides a hands-on introduction to the study of language used by learners of English as a Second Language (ESL). The DVD features six adult learners and two native speakers of English doing individual and pairwork tasks. Linked exercises in the book guide the reader through an analysis of the language used by the ESL learners, with full transcripts and an answer discussion section for reference. Through doing learner language analysis at the descriptive case-study level, language teachers can develop skills for exploratory practice that will help them to address their queries about learner language in their own classrooms.
From Experience to Knowledge in ELT JULIAN EDGE AND SUE GARTON
Success in English Teaching PAUL DAVIES WITH ERIC PEARSE
Teaching American English Pronunciation PETER AVERY AND SUSAN EHRLICH
Teaching Business English M First Prize English-Speaking Union’s Duke of Edinburgh Book Competition MARK ELLIS AND CHRISTINE JOHNSON
Teaching English as an International Language Rethinking Goals and Approaches M Winner Ben Warren Prize M Shortlisted for the Frank Bell Prize SANDRA LEE MCKAY
An introduction to the role of English as an international language and its implications for language teaching.
Teaching English Overseas An Introduction SANDRA LEE MCKAY
Techniques & Principles in Language Teaching
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Techniques & Principles in Language Teaching Third Edition
DIANE LARSEN-FREEMAN AND MARTI ANDERSON
An updated third edition of this popular introduction to language teaching methodology, which describes different methods and approaches in language teaching.
• Provides practical step-by-step guidance for new teachers.
• Clear and jargon-free. • Suitable for in-service and initial teacher training, and pre-course reading for MA students.
• Introduces more experienced teachers to new approaches and teaching ideas.
• New chapter on the use of digital technology. Techniques and Principles in Language Teaching, Third Edition
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Teaching Techniques in English as a Second Language SERIES EDITORS: RUSSELL N CAMPBELL AND WILLIAM E RUTHERFORD Practical, step-by-step guidance for new ESL teachers, and thought-provoking questions to stimulate further exploration.
Techniques and Resources in Teaching Grammar MARIANNE CELCE-MURCIA AND SHARON L HILLES
Techniques and Resources in Teaching Reading SANDRA SILBERSTEIN
Techniques in Teaching Vocabulary VIRGINIA FRENCH ALLEN
Techniques in Teaching Writing ANN RAIMES
Techniques in Testing
Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers Communication in the Language Classroom Designing and Analyzing Language Tests Doing Second Language Research Doing Task-based Teaching ESOL: A Critical Guide Explaining English Grammar Exploring Learner Language From Experience to Knowledge in ELT How Languages are Learned, 4th Edition Intercultural Business Communication Oxford ESOL Handbook Success in English Teaching Teaching American English Pronunciation Teaching and Learning in the Language Classroom Teaching Business English Teaching English as an International Language Teaching English Overseas Teaching Second Language Listening Teaching Second Language Reading Teaching the Pronunciation of English as a Lingua Franca Teaching Young Language Learners Technology Enhanced Language Learning: connecting theory and practice Techniques & Principles in Language Teaching, Third Edition
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SERIES EDITOR: H G WIDDOWSON A series of brief, clear introductions to the main areas of language study. Written for teachers and students of linguistics and language studies.
Applied Linguistics GUY COOK
Discourse Analysis H G WIDDOWSON
Grammar MICHAEL SWAN
Historical Linguistics 978 0 19 442360 1
Teaching Techniques in English as a Second Language Techniques and Resources in Teaching Grammar 978 0 19 434191 2 Techniques and Resources in Teaching Reading 978 0 19 434134 9 Techniques in Teaching Vocabulary 978 0 19 434130 1 Techniques in Teaching Writing 978 0 19 434131 8 Techniques in Testing 978 0 19 434132 5 Oxford Introductions to Language Study Applied Linguistics Discourse Analysis Grammar Historical Linguistics Language and Culture Language Testing Linguistics Phonetics Pragmatics Psycholinguistics Second Language Acquisition Semantics Sociolinguistics Stylistics Translation
Oxford Introductions to Language Study
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Language and Culture CLAIRE KRAMSCH
Language Testing TIM MCNAMARA
Linguistics H G WIDDOWSON
Phonetics PETER ROACH
Pragmatics GEORGE YULE
Psycholinguistics THOMAS SCOVEL
Second Language Acquisition ROD ELLIS
Semantics A P COWIE
Sociolinguistics BERNARD SPOLSKY
Stylistics PETER VERDONK
Translation JULIANE HOUSE
HAROLD S MADSEN
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Oxford Applied Linguistics SERIES ADVISERS: ANNE BURNS AND NICK ELLIS Oxford University Press is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Anne Burns and Professor Nick Ellis as Applied Linguistics Advisers for our Oxford Applied Linguistics series.
Thinking About Language Teaching Selected articles 1982–2011 MICHAEL SWAN
A selection of Michael Swan’s best known published articles on the theory and practice of teaching English as a foreign language. Each article begins with a short introduction by Michael Swan explaining the context in which he originally wrote it. Consequently, the articles not only address topics that remain highly relevant to language teachers today, but also provide a historical perspective on developments within the field. The collection ends with a small selection of his published satirical pieces.
Understanding English as a Lingua Franca BARBARA SEIDLHOFER
The spread of English as the international lingua franca (ELF), like other aspects of globalization, calls for a reconsideration of conventional ways of thinking. This book argues that ELF needs to be understood as an entirely natural use of language in its own right and not as an erroneous version of native speaker English, and demonstrates how the ‘non-conformist’ formal features of ELF are functionally motivated by the dynamics of communicative interaction.
Translation in Language Teaching
Input, Interaction, and Corrective Feedback in L2 Learning NEW
The Psychology of Second Language Acquisition
The Psychology of Second Language Acquisition offers a systematic and accessible overview of the main psychological areas and theories in order to keep abreast of the ongoing paradigm shift. Readers will find succinct and up-to-date descriptions of a wide range of psycholinguistic and neuropsychological topics such as language and the brain; neuroimaging and other research methods in psycholinguistics and brain research; non-nativist approaches to language acquisition; explicit/implicit learning and memory, procedural/declarative knowledge, and the automatization of language skills; learner characteristics, age effects, and the critical period hypothesis; and the psychological basis of language learning in educational contexts.
Input, Interaction, and Corrective Feedback in L2 Learning describes the cognitive processes involved in interaction-driven second language learning and presents a methodological structure for studying them. It provides a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the work on interaction that has emerged since the mid1990s, while also characterizing the recent shift to an exploration of cognitive factors in evaluating how interaction works.
The contributors to this volume argue that in order to understand the processes of language use and language learning we need to understand how social and cognitive factors work interdependently. This book covers a wide range of issues of importance both to SLA researchers and to students, including the ways in which social and cognitive factors interweave in the shaping and directing of learner participation in classroom interaction and the implications of sociocognition for SLA theory.
Language Assessment in Practice M Winner Sage/ILTA Book Award 2012 LYLE F BACHMAN AND ADRIAN S PALMER
Presents an innovative, unified, and easily applied approach to designing and developing language assessments. Language Assessment in Practice is a fully-revised second edition of the bestselling Language Testing in Practice. It allows readers to become competent in the design development and use of language assessments. The authors discuss concepts and procedures clearly, illustrated with examples.
The Multilingual Subject M Winner MLA Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize CLAIRE KRAMSCH
By drawing on multiple examples of real-world language learning situations, this book explores the subjective aspects of the language learning experience. The author encourages readers to consider language learning from new, diverse, and unique perspectives. The book analyses data from a variety of sources, including language memoirs, online data from language learners in chat rooms, and text messaging exchanges. In the analysis of this data, the book looks at:
“Such a well-agreed hard-hitting title as this should immediately be placed on reading lists for all serious teacherdevelopment courses.” EL GAZETTE, JUNE 2010
Sociocognitive Perspectives on Language Use and Language Learning The Study of Second EDITOR: ROB BATSTONE Language Acquisition
M Winner Ben Warren Prize A survey and critical assessment of arguments for and against translation in different English language teaching contexts, this book proposes ‘translation’ as one of a number of ways of relating English to students’ own languages. Establishing a new direction in practice and research, it discusses ways in which translation might be incorporated into materials, curriculum development, and teacher education.
M Winner Ben Warren Prize 2010
• The relationship between symbolic form and the
Second Edition ROD ELLIS
A comprehensive and coherent account of the research and theory in the field of second language acquisition, including chapters on instructed SLA. This book is an encyclopedic survey of second language acquisition research as this has developed over the last forty years. It provides sections on the description of learners’ language, the role of the linguistic environment and social context, internal mechanisms, individual learner differences, and the role of instruction. It provides a balanced account by representing a variety of perspectives, including cognitive, linguistic, sociocultural, and neurolinguistic.
Language Learner Strategies M Shortlisted for the BAAL Book Prize 2008 EDITORS: ANDREW COHEN AND ERNESTO MACARO
Research into language learner strategies has the fundamental goal of improving the teaching and learning of second languages. This book explores the notion that the reason some learners of second languages excel and others struggle lies in what the learners themselves do – the strategies they bring to language learning and to language use.
Conversational Interaction in Second Language Acquisition A Series of Empirical Studies EDITOR: ALISON MACKEY
This edited series of empirical studies examines the link between interaction and second language learning. The studies provide readers with insights into a wide variety of issues at the centre of current research into the relationship between conversational interaction and second language learning outcomes.
development of a multilingual subjectivity.
• Links with memory, emotion, and the imagination. Form-focused Instruction • The implications for language teaching pedagogy. and Teacher Education Studies in Honour of Rod Ellis EDITORS: SANDRA FOTOS AND HOSSEIN NASSAJI
An overview of form-focused instruction as an option for second language grammar teaching. It combines theoretical concerns, classroom practices, and teacher education.
ROD ELLIS AND GARY BARKHUIZEN
A clear and accessible introduction to the main methods of analysing samples of learner language. It examines the theoretical and research bases for the different methods, giving an introduction to the field of second language acquisition research. Recommended for students on postgraduate courses in TESOL or Applied Linguistics, or for teachers wishing to do action research to find out more about how learners learn language.
Literacy and Second Language Oracy MARTHA BIGELOW AND ELAINE TARONE, WITH KIT HANSEN
Learners who cannot decode alphabetic script have been left out of the SLA research enterprise, at considerable cost to our understanding of the human capacity for language learning. This book offers research evidence documenting the significant impact of low literacy skill on adolescents’ processing of oral L2 input and acquisition. Together with a large body of closely related research in cognitive psychology, the findings lead to a startling conclusion: processing skills that have been assumed to be universal human traits appear instead to be a product of learners’ experience with alphabetic print literacy.
Task-based Language Learning and Teaching M Shortlisted for the Ben Warren Prize ROD ELLIS
An exploration of the relationship between research, teaching, and tasks, and clarification of the issues raised by recent work in this field. The book shows how research and task-based teaching can mutually inform each other and illuminate the areas of task-based course design, methodology, and assessment. The author brings an accessible style and broad scope to an area of contemporary importance to both SLA and language pedagogy.
Understanding Second Language Acquisition M Winner BAAL Book Prize ROD ELLIS
In this authoritative survey Rod Ellis examines different theories of second language acquisition and the critical reactions to them.
SLA Research and Language Teaching ROD ELLIS
The author sees the four main roles of SLA researchers as developing relevant theories, conducting their own classroom research, making research accessible to teachers, and facilitating action research.
Second Language Research Methods H W SELIGER AND E SHOHAMY
Based on a set of four research parameters, this book discusses the development of research questions and hypotheses, naturalistic and experimental research, data collection, and validation of research instruments. Each chapter includes examples and activities.
Sociocultural Theory and the Genesis of Second Language Development JAMES P LANTOLF AND STEVEN L THORNE
Integrates theory, research, and practice on the learning of second and foreign languages as informed by sociocultural and activity theory. It familiarizes students, teachers, and other researchers who do not work within the theory with its principal claims and constructs, in particular as they relate to second language research. The book also describes and illustrates the use of activity theory to support practical and conceptual innovations in second language education.
Formulaic Language: Pushing the Boundaries ALISON WRAY
Individual Freedom in Language Teaching M Shortlisted for the Ben Warren Prize M Shortlisted for the BAAL Book Prize CHRISTOPHER BRUMFIT
The author examines the roles of teachers and learners and the approaches that education professionals should develop in support of learners. The book considers the roles of literature and culture, as well as language policy in relation to learners’ rights, and attempts to outline a humane and realistic philosophy for language teaching.
The Phonology of English as an International Language M Shortlisted for the BAAL Book Prize M Highly Commended English-Speaking Union’s Duke of Edinburgh Book Competition
Examines how formulaic language (‘lexical chunks’) is used in a variety of real-life situations.
M Shortlisted for the British Council Innovation
Presents a framework for examining the existence and function of formulaic language, and tests it extensively against language data within a wide variety of language samples. Formulaic language is a fast-growing area of applied linguistic research, and the author is a key figure in this field.
Language Testing in Practice
Award This book advocates a new approach to pronunciation teaching, in which the goal is mutual intelligibility among non-native speakers rather than imitating native speakers. It will be of interest to all teachers of English as an international language, especially business English.
M Winner MLA Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize
LYLE F BACHMAN AND ADRIAN S PALMER
M Shortlisted for the BAAL Book Prize
Relates language testing practice to current views of communicative language teaching and testing. It builds on the theoretical background expounded in Bachman’s Fundamental Considerations in Language Testing and examines the design, planning, and organization of tests.
Fundamental Considerations in Language Testing M Winner MLA Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize LYLE F BACHMAN
A clear and authoritative discussion of the basic concerns which underlie the development and use of language tests, and a synthesis of research on testing.
English as a Lingua Franca: Attitude and Identity JENNIFER JENKINS
From the perspective of the speakers themselves, this is the first book to explore attitudes towards ELF in general and ELF accents in particular, their effects on ELF speakers’ identities, and ways in which the problems can be addressed in teacher education, English language testing, and ELT materials.
The Struggle to Teach English as an International Language ADRIAN HOLLIDAY
This book is about the worlds and conflicts of TESOL teachers and researchers whose professional lives are both enriched and problematized by the cultural and political interfaces created by working with an international language. Central to this discussion is the balance of power in classroom and curriculum settings, the relationship between language, culture, and discourse, and the change in the ownership of English.
This book explores the contemporary phenomenon of English as an international language, and sets out to analyse how and why the language has become so dominant.
Resisting Linguistic Imperialism in English Teaching M Winner MLA Mina P Shaughnessy Prize M Shortlisted for the BAAL Book Prize A SURESH CANAGARAJAH
This book describes the creative strategies employed by teachers and students resisting the linguistic imperialism that many scholars have identified as the consequence of the global ELT enterprise.
Defining Issues in English Language Teaching H G WIDDOWSON
This book investigates fundamental assumptions about the way English should be defined and taught as a school subject. It critically examines current proposals for the specification of course content and classroom methodology, with particular reference to ideas about authenticity and task-based learning.
Controversies in Applied Linguistics EDITOR: BARBARA SEIDLHOFER
This book presents several issues on which applied linguists take very different positions: e.g. linguistic imperialism, the validity of critical discourse analysis, the pedagogic relevance of corpus descriptions of language, the theoretical bases of second language acquisition research, and the nature of applied linguistics itself.
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Analysing Learner Language
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Research Methods in Applied Linguistics
Principle and Practice in Applied Linguistics
Studies in honour of H G Widdowson
A comprehensive overview of research methodology in applied linguistics which describes the various stages of qualitative and quantitative investigations, from collecting the data to reporting the results.
EDITORS: GUY COOK AND BARBARA SEIDLHOFER
Complex Systems and Applied Linguistics M Winner MLA Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize DIANE LARSEN-FREEMAN AND LYNNE CAMERON
Introduces key concepts in complex systems theory to readers concerned with language, its acquisition, and its use. Complex Systems and Applied Linguistics demonstrates the applicability and usefulness of these concepts to a range of areas in applied linguistics including second language development, language teaching, and discourse analysis. It concludes with a chapter that inventories suitable approaches to research investigations.
A Cognitive Approach to Language Learning M Winner MLA Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize PETER SKEHAN
This book discusses psycholinguistic and cognitive aspects of language learning, and looks at the contrast between universalist accounts of language learning and accounts which focus on individual differences between learners.
Literacy and Language Teaching RICHARD KERN
This book proposes literacy as an organizing principle for language teaching and assessment. It addresses key research findings in cognitive theory, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, language acquisition, and literacy studies.
Sociocultural Theory and Second Language Learning EDITOR: JAMES P LANTOLF
A major statement of the current research being conducted on the learning of second languages from a sociocultural perspective.
Practical Stylistics H G WIDDOWSON
This book provides a set of principles for an approach to teaching poetry which integrates the study of language and literature.
Language Play, Language Learning M Winner MLA Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize M Shortlisted for the Ben Warren Prize GUY COOK
This book demonstrates the extent and importance of language play in human life and draws out the implications for applied linguistics and language teaching.
A comprehensive overview of the many and diverse areas in applied linguistics today.
Fundamental Concepts of Language Teaching H H STERN
This book puts applied linguistics research into its historical and inter-disciplinary perspective.
Aspects of Language Teaching H G WIDDOWSON
A critical review of the most prominent issues in language teaching – among them the relevance of theoretical enquiry to practical pedagogy, and the relationship between grammar and discourse in communicative language teaching.
Teaching Language as Communication H G WIDDOWSON
This book develops a rational approach to the teaching of language as communication, based on a careful consideration of the nature of language and of the language user’s activities.
Context and Culture in Language Teaching M Winner MLA Kenneth W Mildenberger Prize CLAIRE KRAMSCH
This book focuses attention on cultural knowledge not just as a necessary aspect of communicative competence, but as an educational objective in its own right.
Lexical Phrases and Language Teaching M First Prize English-Speaking Union’s Duke of Edinburgh Book Competition JAMES R NATTINGER AND JEANETTE S DECARRICO
Second language acquisition research is used to present a language teaching programme based on the use of ‘prefabricated language’. The ‘lexical phrase’ can serve as an effective basis for second and foreign language learning.
A History of English Language Teaching Second Edition A P R HOWATT WITH H G WIDDOWSON
A history of English Language Teaching that takes the reader from the Renaissance to the present day. The book covers all the important phases of the history from a global perspective.
Linguistics Journals ELT Journal A quarterly publication for all those involved in the field of teaching English as a second or foreign language. ELT Journal links the concerns of practitioners with insights gained from related academic disciplines such as applied linguistics, education, psychology, and sociology. www.eltj.oxfordjournals.org
Applied Linguistics Applied Linguistics publishes research into language with relevance to real world problems. It promotes principled and multidisciplinary approaches to research on language-related concerns in the various fields encompassed by applied linguistics. www.applij.oxfordjournals.org
Buy online You can buy all these titles online from www.oup.com/elt Oxford Applied Linguistics Analysing Learner Language Aspects of Language Teaching A Cognitive Approach to Language Learning Complex Systems and Applied Linguistics Context and Culture in Language Teaching Controversies in Applied Linguistics Conversational Interaction in Second Language Acquisition Defining Issues in English Language Teaching English as a Lingua Franca: Attitude and Identity Form-focused Instruction and Teacher Education Formulaic Language: Pushing the Boundaries Fundamental Concepts of Language Teaching Fundamental Considerations in Language Testing A History of English Language Teaching Individual Freedom in Language Teaching Input, Interaction, and Corrective Feedback in L2 Learning Language Assessment in Practice Language Learner Strategies Language Play, Language Learning Language Testing in Practice Lexical Phrases and Language Teaching Linguistic Imperialism Literacy and Language Teaching Literacy and Second Language Oracy The Multilingual Subject The Phonology of English as an International Language Practical Stylistics Principle and Practice in Applied Linguistics The Psychology of Second Language Acquisition Research Methods in Applied Linguistics Resisting Linguistic Imperialism in English Teaching Second Language Research Methods SLA Research and Language Teaching Sociocognitive Perspectives on Language Use and Language Learning Sociocultural Theory and the Genesis of Second Language Development Sociocultural Theory and Second Language Learning The Struggle to Teach English as an International Language The Study of Second Language Acquisition Task-based Language Learning and Teaching Teaching Language as Communication Thinking About Language Teaching Translation in Language Teaching Understanding English as a Lingua Franca Understanding Second Language Acquisition
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Published on Jun 28, 2013