Aspects of Modern Language Teaching in Europe

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INDEX

a
Abraham, W. 191
Acosta, L. 151-4, 148
Adam, A. 223
Aitchison, J. 177
Allwright, R.L. 109, 114
Alvar, M. 178
Aristotle 192
assessment 35, 43-5, 73;
self 37
attitudes 21
Aufderstrasse, H. 148
autonomy see learner autonomy

b
Bally, Charles 192
Baron, J. 14
Bejoint, H. 162, 164-8, 170-1
Benson, M. 219
Berlitz methodology 68
the Bible 194-5, 198
books:
electronic 53-5;
written by pupils 62-4, see also literature; text
Bunn, L. 81, 93-106
Burger, H. 192
Buscha, J. 150
Butzkamm, W. 62

c
categorization 84
Catsimali, G. 121-2, 135-46
Cermak 219
Chamort, A.U. 14, 18
Chaudron, C. 108, 109, 115
Chomsky, N. 121, 135-6, 138, 140
Cicero 192
classroom:
focus 6;
interaction 82, 102, 108-19;
layout 50-2;
management 38
Clinton, Bill 58-9
cognition, regulation of 20
cognitive instruction 14-21;
defined 14;
methodology 21-3;
reflection in 15-17
cognitive strategies 13, 19, 31-2
Cohen, A. 18
Collie, J. 83
COLT 109
communication:
situations 101-2;
triangle of 82, 142
computers 5, 12;
for advanced learners 56-9;
authoring tools 59-64;
for beginners 52-6;
Billboard 62-4;
case study 75-6;
and classroom layout 50-2;
commercial programs 52-9;
Community Exploration 55-6;
contemporary history 58-9;
Expanded Book Toolkit 60-2;
interactive 50;
Just Grandma and Me53-5;
learning process 69-70, 74;
Macbeth 56-7;
a motivating factor 75-7, 78;
nature of 48-9;
Poetry in Motion 57-8;
Think and Talk French67-79
concordance lists 61-2
contrastive analysis 137
Conversation Analysis (CA) 108-11, 118-19
Cook, V. 139
Coulthard, R.M. 109
creativity 6
Cullingford, C. 30-1, 34
culture 3-4, 81, 181;
and idioms 200-3, 223;
and literature 83, see also socio-cultural information
curiosity 180
Cutler, A. 219

d
Delicostopoulos, A. 214
Dickinson, L. 15
dictionaries 8;
and autonomy 25-6, 163-4;
choice of 164-5;
computer 71-2;

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