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eBook The Self-Directed Teacher: Managing the Learning Process (Cambridge Language Education) epub
  • ISBN: 0521497736
  • Author: David Nunan
  • Genre: Reference
  • Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (January 26, 1996)
  • Pages: 312 pages
  • ePUB size: 1579 kb
  • FB2 size 1724 kb
  • Formats mbr lit rtf lrf


The Self-Directed Teacher book.

The Self-Directed Teacher book.

1 The nature of teacher education 1 2 Workshops 23 3 Self-monitoring 34. .The nature of teacher education. Teacher-education processes derive their rationale from assumptions about the nature of teacher development and how it takes place.

The nature of teacher education.

David Nunan (born 11 October 1949 in Broken Hill, Australia) is an Australian linguist who has focused on the . by David Nunan, Clarice Lamb.

David Nunan (born 11 October 1949 in Broken Hill, Australia) is an Australian linguist who has focused on the teaching of English. His ELT textbook series "Go For It!" is the largest selling textbook series in the world with sales exceeding . billion copies. Nunan's academic and student textbooks are published by Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Anaheim University Press, Palgrave/Macmillan, and the EFL publishing division of Cengage Learning.

David NuNAN Macquarie University March 1991. This effect is most evident in the area of methodology v/here fads and fashions, like theories of grammar, come and go with monotonous regularity.

The Self-Directed Teacher: Managing the Learning Process. David Nunan and Clarice Lamb

The Self-Directed Teacher: Managing the Learning Process. David Nunan and Clarice Lamb. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Emphasis on these areas, although it may create a pedagogical foundation for the on, skirts the central issue of learning to teach.

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This text provides the practical knowledge and necessary skills for the effective management of teaching and learning in today's classrooms. It focuses on the independent decisions teachers must make in lesson planning, group work, error correction, resource management, and evaluation. A task-based approach is used, and the material presented is well supported by theory and research. Advances in second language teaching methodology, including new emphases on learner centeredness and individualized instruction, have significantly changed the roles teachers play in the classroom and made ever-greater demands on their classroom management skills. This book helps language teachers meet these new demands by providing them with the practical knowledge and skills necessary for the effective management of teaching and learning in today's classrooms.
Comments: (5)
Braendo
This is a very useful and readable book, and definitely one of the better tomes we've used in our MAT program. At one point, the authors mention "a central theme of the . . . book [is] that the context and situation, including student needs and curricular objectives need to be taken into consideration in managing the learning process" (p. 93). This is a laudable philosophy and the authors remain faithful to it throughout the book. On the other hand, I found the use of the in-text "Task" feature sprinkled throughout the book to be more laborious than helpful. I understand the authors hoped to make the book "interactive" through this device, but it did more to bog me down than it did to engage me. Of course, others might see it differently, but it just didn't work well for me personally. A more objective complaint is the lack of a glossary and a very poor subject index in the back of the book. As just one example, the authors introduced the concept of "elicitation" and found it important enough to devote a full page "Task" to illustrating the point. Yet there is simply no entry for this term whatsoever in their subject index. This is not good for a collegiate textbook (and also not defensible in the age of computers). In fact, the entire subject index is two pages long--entirely too anemic for such a thick and robust textbook. Nonetheless, in spite of these shortcomings, I still believe that anyone who is involved with teaching languages should seriously consider buying a copy of this book and reading it. Just be sure to highlight whatever is important, because you're not going to find it later on otherwise.
Truthcliff
This is one of the textbooks I will personally keep once I complete my master program and start teaching. Nunan and Lamb did a wonderful text compilation job, and provide a quite detailed guide for anyone who is preparing to become a teacher, or even if you are already one, "The Self-Directed Teacher" steers your path towards improvement.
Malogamand
Incredibly practical and useful information. By far, best book I've read in grad school. I'm buying copies for my friends in education for Christmas this year!
Ballalune
I really like the book. It helps all people who participate in a teaching process to become real reflective teachers
tamada
The book is great, arrived on time and is well worth the maoney. A great value. It is a keeper.
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