Action Research in Action – S$7.00
This book helps teachers to consider ways and means of conducting action research. It highlights several case studies from second language classrooms across Asia. While not prescribing any one way to carry out an action research project, this book demonstrates how action research can aid language teachers in finding solutions to many of the common problems faced in their classrooms. Each chapter contains reflective tasks designed to encourage readers to focus on key issues in second language study, and to consider new avenues of discovery for their own classes.
Gregory Hadley is an assistant professor of English and American Studies at Niigata University of International and Information Studies. His main area of specialization is in Action Research and cross-cultural discovery through Personal Construct Repertory Grids. He has taught in Japan for over 10 years, and has also taught in England and the United States.
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Title: Action Research in Action
Size: 210 x 148mm
Pages: 4pp Cover + 64pp Content
Finishing: Perfect Bind
|Dimensions||21 × 14.8 cm|
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