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Teaching Young Language Learners (Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers ) by Annamaria Pinter, June 30, , Oxford Univ Pr (Sd). Teaching Young Language Learners by Annamaria Pinter, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. language. The term "young learner” covers a large chronological age span: from around 3 Pinter prefers to identify “younger” and “older” learners, something I.
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The Social Studies and Media. The Social Studies Journal, This comprehensive guide combines research with principles of classroom practice. Topics include vocabulary and grammar, adapting and designing materials, and assessment.
Clear examples, tasks, and recommended reading are provided. About the Author Patsy M. Her research focuses on how instruction and feedback affect second-language acquisition in classrooms where the emphasis is on "communicative" or "content-based" language teaching.
The contexts for her work have included elementary schools in Canada and, more recently, dual-language bilingual classes in the U. Her main areas of professional interest are second language acquisition, classroom research in L2 teaching and learning, and English as a Second Language.
Linse's book, 'Young Learners' edited by David Nunan, in which Nunan refers to her book for why teachers of young learners should do this and shouldn't do that. I thought that this book was a lot better than that and better than Nunan's own book, 'Teaching English to Young Learners.
Teaching Young Language Learners (Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers)
Pinter speaks from a combined position of research and practical teaching experience, which was very refreshing. I particularly liked the Recommended Reading and the Practical Teacher Resource sections that follow each chapter.
I plan to read this book again and again. I can't say that is the case with the thirty odd plus and continually growing ELT mini library I have.
It gives an accessible overview of the issues, including child development, L1 and L2 learning, L2 skills, vocabulary and grammar, learning to learn, materials design, and policy issues. Integrating theory and practice in an accessible way, it draws onup-to-date research and classroom practice that is internationally relevant.
It gives an accessible overview of the issues, including child development, L1 and L2 learning, L2 skills, vocabulary and grammar, learning to learn, materials design, and policyissues. Integrating theory and practice in an accessible way, it draws on up-to-date research and classroom practice that is internationally relevant.
In particular, there are some significant findings that concern young children's second language development.
This book provides an overview of recent linguistic and methodological research and examines the ways in which new theoretical findings can inform classroom practice. Gordon is particularly concerned with ways of rendering instruction intellectually challenging and exciting in the primary level ESL classroom.
A special case for young learner language assessment 1 2. Young learners and language learning 26 3. Research into the assessment of young language learners 61 4.
Assessing language use through tasks 97 5.Research in the primary English classroom Each chapter ends with a list of recommended reading, a survey of background theory, references to various practical teacher resources, and a set of follow-up tasks suitable both for trainee teachers and practising teachers using the book independently.
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