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Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Canada Imprints
Guidelines and expectations for the reflection papers were reviewed and students were asked to consider their ... the schools that were visited, a willingness to offer feedback to the students, and proficiency with the English language.
Author: Edward G. Pultorak
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Reflectivity and Cultivating Student Learning includes theory, research, and practice appropriate for teacher educators, teacher candidates, classroom teachers, school administrators, and educational researchers.
ESL and bilingual education, for example, typically are similar in that they seek to have students develop proficiency in English. Commonly contrasting Basic Interpersonal Communicative Skills (BICS) and Cognitive-Academic Language ...
Author: Terry Osborn
Twenty years ago, this book introduced pre-service and in-service foreign language teachers to the basic concepts of critical educational study as applied to foreign language education in the United States. Since its initial publication, teachers now commonly known as world language educators are better prepared to understand issues of power in relation to, for example, language variety, language status, and language education. Indeed, much recent attention has been focused on critical approaches to language education including teaching for social justice. The author addresses issues such as the supposed "failure" of foreign language education, the educational filter role played by language classes, the concept of foreignness as seen in national standards, language curricula and textbooks, and the implications of these issues in terms of power relationships and cultural mediation both in and out of the classroom. The reader is encouraged to analyze the forms of cultural struggle that can be found within the world language classrooms of the United States including the likely impact those struggles have on members of the dominant and subordinate cultures. Two decades later, critical reflection continues to require these skills.
They were encouraged to develop English teaching, and were given new insights into solving dilemmas. From the data we can see that in collaborative reflection the teacher educator was as important as the in-service teacher.
Author: Yuhong Jiang
This book offers a comprehensive, up-to-date review of the recent professional developments of teachers of English in the western region of China in the context of English language teaching reform and teacher education reform. It discusses a wealth of theories, frameworks, qualitative case studies and quantitative investigations, while also covering a range of key practices that are indispensable. It equips readers with an in-depth understanding of the impact of the current curriculum reform on the promotion of teachers’ cognition, emotions, attitudes and awareness of their self-development, as well as teachers’ corresponding efforts to update their educational concepts, reassess their teacher roles, enhance their teaching skills, and implement new approaches to their professional development. It is a valuable resource for anyone pursuing research in this field as well as in-service teachers, teacher educators and education administrators. And as it offers practical help for the potential difficulties and challenges they might encounter, it is also a must-read for the student teachers of English.
Author: Edited by Butler Marian
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
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The journal, therefore, promotes continuous development of writing proficiency in Spanish. The first and last journal entries are summative reflections. In the first (pre-reflective) entry, students summarize (in English) their ...
Author: Jann Purdy
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Language beyond the Classroom is an edited volume of essays that offers detailed, how-to guides for developing, implementing, and evaluating service-learning programs for a variety of languages. Contributions here present civic-engagement programs for several languages, including French, German, Russian, and Spanish, with curricula that can be adapted to any language program. The authors of each essay engage with the growing pedagogical emphasis on experiential learning, providing theoretical and practical advice, including syllabi, for language educators. Language beyond the Classroom is a timely exploration of the variety and richness of service-learning in language instruction, and contributes to a 21st-century emphasis on community engagement and cultural contextualization in second-language pedagogy.
these teachers lacked technical ability and initiative, 'followed the teacher's guide religiously', over-used the ... helping Omani English teachers to conduct needs analyses, design their own materials and develop appropriate pedagogy.
Author: Zia Tajeddin
Publisher: Channel View Publications
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This edited book has been compiled in honor of Thomas S.C. Farrell, one of the most distinguished scholars in theorizing and researching language teacher reflection. It examines teacher reflection in three main areas: policies, practices and the impact of teacher reflection on teachers’ practices and professional development. The data-driven chapters shed light on concerns and challenges experienced by teachers in diverse international contexts and institutions, and discuss the practical implications of their findings across a variety of policy settings. The book addresses aspects of reflective practice including macro and micro policies and constraints, as well as opportunities in the engagement of reflective practice. In addition, it explores teachers’ identity, cognition, emotion and motivation, areas which are relevant but often not discussed in the literature on reflective practice.
Pub Type - Guides - Classroom - Teacher ( 052 ) EDRS Price – MF01 / PC06 Plus Postage . ... Skill Development Identifiers - Jokes , Limericks , Riddles The guide provides teachers of English as a Foreign Language ( TEFL ) with classroom ...
Inner speech: Development, cognitive functions, phenomenology, and neurobiology. Psychological Bulletin, 141(5), 931–965. Alhemaid, A. (forthcoming). The efficacy of reflection on the development of English-as- an-additional-language ...
Author: Li-Shih Huang
Presenting comprehensive research conducted with learners and educators in a range of settings, this volume showcases self-reflection as a powerful tool to enhance student learning. The text builds on empirical insights to illustrate how language professionals can foster critical self-reflection amongst learners of English as an additional language. This text uses ecologically sensitive practitioner research that addresses issues of both practical and pedagogical significance in the fields of TESOL, language teaching and learning, and teacher education. By synthesizing interdisciplinary research and theory, chapters show how various types of self-reflection—including guided and non-guided; group and individual forms; and written, oral, and technology-mediated reflection—can promote autonomous, self-regulated learning amongst students at various levels. Whilst offering readers a strong grounding in the theoretical and empirical knowledge that supports self-reflection, the volume gives constant attention is given to praxis, with a focus on effective pedagogical strategies and tools needed to implement, encourage, and evaluate critical learner reflection in readers’ own teaching or research. This volume will be a critical resource for language-teaching professionals interested in critical learner reflection, including in-service, pre-service, and teacher educators in the field of TESOL. Scholars and researchers in the fields of applied linguistics and language education more broadly will find this volume valuable.
A Guide for 21st-Century Educators Jewell E. Cooper, Ye He, Barbara B. Levin ... 145-146 discussion questions, 143-144 instructions, 142-143 objectives, 141 planning and preparation, 141-142 reflection questions, 143-144 teacher ...
Author: Jewell E. Cooper
Publisher: Corwin Press
"This book shows you how to provide professional development for teachers that deepens their cultural understanding and includes activities for translating new knowledge into action. Companion website available"-- Provided by publisher.