Productive Foreign Language Skills for an Intercultural World: A Guide (not only) for Teachers - Foreign Language Teaching in Europe 13 (Hardback)Michal B. Paradowski (editor)
Hardback 274 Pages / Published: 30/04/2015
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The past two decades have created quantitatively higher and qualitatively different demands for foreign language skills. Learners' needs, expectations and contexts of language use have undergone radical and far-reaching transformations. This collection of essays by experienced educators, teacher trainers and researchers from diverse linguistic, cultural and professional settings offers a fresh perspective on the aspects and ways of teaching skills which are crucial to contemporary language instruction, especially at the more advanced stages, but which have oftentimes been unjustly neglected in the classroom. The book discusses issues ranging from approaches to teaching, contexts of instruction, testing and assessment to curriculum development and technology in the classroom.
Publisher: Peter Lang AG
Number of pages: 274
Weight: 460 g
Dimensions: 210 x 148 mm
Edition: New edition
"In sum, I found the book very interesting, relevant, and accessible for anyone interested specifically in writing and speaking skills, and intercultural competence, and recommend it as a great resource to everybody interested in foreign language learning and teaching." (Kristin Lange, LINGUIST List 27.2940)
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