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Title : The Fundamental Features of EFL/ESL Textbooks’ Blurb
Authors : Mahboobeh Tavakol and Maryam Dehghan
Publisher : Dr. Paul Robertson and Time Taylor International Ltd.
Date Published : April...
1. Program Title
English as a Second Language I (Beginner)
2. Program Description
The Regil Institute’s English as a Second Language (ESL) Iprogram is designed to help those that know little to no English. This course will introduce thestudent to thebasic structure and vocabulary of the English...
Автор English Over the Internet, написано 4 октября 2011 г. в 3:18 ·
Textbooks have various functions in English language teaching. Cunningsworth
suggests that textbooks have multiple roles in language teaching:
1. a resource for presentation material
2. a source of activities
Developing criteria for
This article shows how criteria can be developed for evaluating English
language textbooks. It presents a scheme for evaluation which can be
used to draw up a checklist of items relevant to second (or foreign)
language teaching. Instructions...
Other issues that have arisen in recent years include textbook design and practicality, methodological validity, the role of textbooks in innovation, the authenticity of materials in terms of their representation of language, and the appropriateness of gender representation...
Evaluation and Adaptation of Coursebook for EFL Senior High School Students: External and Internal Coursebook Evaluation
Language teaching material plays an important role in EFL classroom. With the rapid development and competitiveness of materials publishers, ‘the wealth of published...
10.0 Scheme of Studies, Curriculum and Textbooks.......................................................................................13
10.1 Scheme of studies....................................
IN LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE
Vol. 1, No. 8, 2010, pp. 54-60 www.cscanada.net
ISSN 1923-1555 [Print] ISSN 1923-1563 [Online] www.cscanada.org
EFL Teachers’ Perspectives on “New Interchange”
Mohammad Javad Riasati1 Pezhman Zare2
Abstract: The present study aims at evaluating...
of November 2008
Class: 2 classes/week
Number of students:
School: Gr. Sc. “ C-tin Brancoveanu”
Time of lesson: from….to….
Grade: 9thD, Form
Textbook: Click on 2
Lesson: Have you ever….?
Lesson aims: - to allow students to practise the new vocabulary
……………….- to allow students improve their knowledge...
of the student.
1-McNeil (1977) states that “curriculum evaluation is an attempt to throw light on two questions: Do planned learning opportunities, programmes, courses and activities...
important role than the integrative motivation as far as EFL learning is concerned.
It was also concluded that integrative motivation is more relevant to ESL learning.
Moiinvaziri M. (2009) presented that English language learners were motivated
instrumentally and integratively at the same time. His opinions...
Four types of EAP situation should be considered when we practice EAP teaching in tertiary level context: EAP in an English-speaking country, EAP in ESL (English as a second language) situations, EAP situations in which certain subjects are taught in English and EAP situations where subject courses are...
manipulating and generalizing from the dataset. Analysis might include statistical evaluations, optimization of rule-bases or knowledge discovery methods.
With so many research methods, corpus has great potential to be applied to ESL teaching and learning.
1.2.Corpus Linguistics and English Vocabulary...
Context and Learning Situation
The class being taught is Ethics which has several different ethical theories available through the textbook Ethics: Theory and Practice textbook. The applications of the different ethical theories and their tenets are applied to different relevant scenarios. The students will...
RESEARCHING SECOND LANGUAGE CLASSROOMS
ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional Series Eli Hinkel, Series Editor Nero, Ed. · Dialects, Englishes, Creoles, and Education Basturkmen · Ideas and Options in English for Specific Purposes Kumaravadivelu · Understanding Language Teaching: From Method to...
During the process of selecting and constructing a textbook for a certain grade or level ,certain characteristics and elements should be but in consideration to achieve the ultimate benefit of this text book .this study aims at investigating the strength and the shortcomings of the English...
his chapter on "The Present: An Informed Approach" Brown offers topics which invite readers to compare their responses with a partner, to observe an ESL class, to share their ideas in a small group, to write out definitions of their own, and to think back -- with certain criteria and characteristics in...
schools and colleges is completion of running notes or unfinished notes dictated by the teacher. In the present Indian classrooms focus is mostly on evaluation of writing as finished end products and not as a complex process of composing, editing and rewriting. This is the reason why most students have an...
REVIEW OF LITERATURE
on the subject
TEACHING LARGE ESL CLASSES
Neal D. Williams
A CUR 524 assignment submitted to the faculty of the
Fischler Center for the Advancement of Education
of Nova Southeastern University in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for
the degree of master of...
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course emphasizes reading, critical thinking, vocabulary building, and learning strategies that help students read college textbooks effectively. Placement into this course may be based upon ACT of 15-17, SAT reading score of 382-415, or Accuplacer scores of 75-99. In addition...
English Language Teaching
Textbook Representation of Prepositions
Jayakaran Mukundan (corresponding author)
Department of Language and Humanities Education
Faculty of Educational Studies, Universiti Putra Malaysia
43400 UPM SERDANG, Selangor, Malaysia
5 credit hours per quarter) † $1430 per course.
26. Textbooks and supplies are not included in the tuition rate and must be purchased by the student. You should allow approximately $250 per course for textbooks and supplies.
27. Laboratory fees are included in the tuition rates...
“access and objectives” for students, regardless of his or her learning styles and needs. As long as access involves supplying each student with a textbook or computer; the instructor plans for safeguards that students engage in the learning process and the subject matter is appropriately challenging...
order dishes at restaurants in English etc. by themselves. However, Communicative Approach is conditioned to ESL (English as a Second Language) meaning there should be an environment of ESL. Students have to use English in everyday situations so that they can get enough practice. However, the problem...
An evaluation of junior high school English textbooks in Taiwan.
Link to this page
In order to keep up with the trend of globalization, the Ministry of Education (MOE) in Taiwan had to outline some proposals for educational reform, including several proposals...
PERFORMANCES; A CASE STUDY AT ONE OF THE LEARNING COLLEGES
By Fazilawati bt Harun
This research was carried out to describe how the use of ESL Websites helped to increase students’ writing performance. The research design used for this study were mixed methods studies, combination of both qualitative...
Rather than pay attention to the correctness of linguistic forms, most participants will do all they can to win. This eases the fear of negative evaluation, the concern of being negatively judged in public, and which is one of the main factors inhibiting language learners from using the target language...
§ Boost! 3 Writing is a well-written textbook for young ESL and/or EFL learners whose aim is ‘writing for learning’ and to become better writers in the end.The textbook provides engaging & motivating topics and practices, exposing learners to various types of writing and preventing them from becoming...
Review of Related Literature
International Student Demographics
ESL/International students are a small but rapidly growing minority in North American academic institutions. Louise W. Greenfield (1989) noted that “in the 1986/87 academic year, there were almost 350,000 international students on campuses...
specific courses to better meet these individual needs was a natural extension of this thinking. To this day, the catchword in ESL circles is learner-centered or learning-centered.
Key Notions About ESP
In this discussion, four key notions will be discussed. They are as follows:...