|1. Foreign Language Teacher Education: Reflecting on Current Practices ||1|
|2. Collaborating through Action Research ||5|
|3. Proficiency Is the Organizing Principle ||13|
|4. Why Use the Target Language in Class? ||19|
|5. Making Language Learning Meaningful ||29|
|6. Motivation and Discipline in the Language Classroom ||35|
|7. Putting It into Practice ||43|
|8. A Dialogue Established: What Comes Next? ||51|
|Appendix A: Background Information Questionnaire—Foreign Language Teaching Education: Linking Theory to Practice ||57|
|Appendix B: Goals and Objectives from the Implementation Plan to Establish University-School Teacher Education Partnerships: East Carolina University Addressed by This Project ||59|
|Appendix C: Class Participation Sheet and Rubric ||61|
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Book title: On Teaching Foreign Languages: Linking Theory to Practice.
Contributors: Marcela T. Ruiz-Funes - Author.
Publisher: Bergin & Garvey.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: vii.
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