3 edition of Diversification in modern language teaching found in the catalog.
|Statement||David G. Phillips and Caroline Filmer-Sankey.|
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|Number of Pages||208|
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Gives language teachers the evidence upon which to decide if diversification is right for them, looking in detail at pupil motivation and accessibility as well as local strengths Cited by: Book Description.
As the effects of European integration become more widely felt the effective teaching of modern languages is moving towards the centre of the educational agenda and more and more schools are considering starting pupils on a first foreign language other than French - a development encouraged by the National Curriculum orders in Modern Languages.
Get this from a library. Diversification in Modern Language Teaching: Choice and the National Curriculum. [David Phillips; Caroline Filmer-Sankey] -- Encouraged by National Curriculum orders in Modern Languages, more and more schools are considering starting pupils on a first foreign language other than French.
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Free shipping for many products. Nicole Y. Adams offered some structure and food for thought for those discussions with her book Diversification in the Language Industry (published inpages).
The book is a collection of essays and interviews from seasoned language professionals offering their views on and experiences with diversifying their services. This book is, then, an attempt to work with the uncertainties and radical unknowability that characterise the fragmenting field of modern languages.
The context is the same for learners and teachers alike. This book is not a manual. It is a critical resource for modern language teachers in higher education. Over the years, the Modern Languages projects have helped to develop a number of instruments which encourage language learning and therefore have an impact on linguistic diversification.
The most important of these are the "threshold levels", the Common European Framework of Reference and the European Language Portfolio. The lack of training in language varieties, the importance given in the curriculum to the priority of teaching the national language (Young and Helot, ), and more recently the introduction of learning a foreign language at the age of six in many European countries, often prevents teachers from thinking about the different languages and.
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The Origin and Diversification of Language. DOI link for The Origin and Diversification of Language and establishes distinctively human techniques of expression by comparing the common features that are found in modern and ancient languages. He treats the diversification of language not.
Language teaching diversification for teachers is teaching staff training of teacher candidates, school training and the acquisition and study of the outside information. All these need matching the teaching procedures, and only in this way can teachers carry out the teaching tasks effectively in the future.
books for private study. Later, the courses started to take into account other aspects of the language learning process. • Marcel ( – ): on the importance of meaning in learning; principled approach to language teaching, one based on a scientific approach to the study of language and of language learning.
They. Language education – the process and practice of teaching a second or foreign language – is primarily a branch of applied linguistics, but can be an interdisciplinary field. There are four main learning categories for language education: communicative competencies, proficiencies, cross-cultural experiences, and multiple literacies.
The teaching of modern languages to young learners is widespread practice in Europe and beyond today. Although consensus has been achieved on the advantages, on the basic principles of teaching modern languages at an early age, and on the types of materials, tasks and assessment practices recommended, little attempt has been.
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Diversity is more than speaking another language or teaching about other races. It includes, but is not limited to, gender identity, individuals with disabilities and people of.
English Language Teaching; Vol. 6, No. 4; ISSN E-ISSN Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education 1 Cultural Diversity in English Language Teaching: Learners’ Voices Nguyen Duc Chinh1,2 1 The University of Danang, Vietnam 2 Monash University, Australia.
Modern languages are taught extensively around the world; see second language acquisition. English is taught as a second or foreign language in many countries; see English language learning and teaching.
Asia. In Asia most children learn an official version of their native language or learn a local major lingua franca (for example Mandarin, Hindustani) in Asia .Department of Modern Languages' Statement on Diversity. The Department of Modern Languages, a unique space in which humanistic and linguistic research and teaching intersect, is firmly committed to building a community that is radically inclusive of people of all backgrounds while simultaneously recognizing the inherent social, personal, political, and institutional .The Diversification of Language Education.
Brandle, Maximillian. Babel: Journal of the Australian Federation of Modern Language Teacher's Association, v15 n2 p Discusses the teaching of European languages and less commonly taught languages at all educational levels in Australia.
Reference is made to multilingualism and language.