Teaching English as a Foreign Language

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Contents
Preface vii
1 English in the World Today 1
2 In the Classroom 12
3 Language and Communication 25
4 Basic Principles 37
5 Pronunciation 49
6 Listening and Speaking 65
7 Reading 89
8 Writing 116
9 Errors, Correction and Remedial Work 133
10 Assessment and Examinations 145
11 Young Children Learning English 166
12 Learning English in the Secondary School 174
13 Teaching English to Adults 187
14 The English Department 201
Appendix 1 211
Appendix 2 212
Glossary of Selected Terms 214
Bibliography 233
Useful Periodicals 240
Index 241

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Chapter 1 - English in the World Today 1
  • Chapter 2 - In the Classroom 12
  • Chapter 3 - Language and Communication 25
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 36
  • Chapter 4 - Basic Principles 37
  • Chapter 5 - Pronunciation 49
  • Chapter 6 - Listening and Speaking 65
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 88
  • Chapter 7 - Reading 89
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 115
  • Chapter 8 - Writing 116
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 131
  • Chapter 9 - Errors, Correction and Remedial Work 133
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 143
  • Chapter 10 - Assessment and Examinations 145
  • Chapter 11 - Young Children Learning English 166
  • Chapter 12 - Learning English in the Secondary School 174
  • Chapter 13 - Teaching English to Adults 187
  • Chapter 14 - The English Department 201
  • Appendix 1 211
  • Appendix 2 212
  • Glossary of Selected Terms 214
  • Bibliography 233
  • Useful Periodicals 240
  • Index 241
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