Learner Strategies: A Guide For Teachers – S$6.00
This book is about strategies learners can use to make their language learning and practice more successful and enjoyable. It is also about how teachers can help their learners develop those strategies. By making strategies part of their courses, teachers can help prepare their learners for their future study. This practical guide gives examples of strategies and ideas on how to introduce and practise them in class. It also looks at what materials can be used and how to adapt them. This book will help teachers develop what is an essential skill in the language classroom.
Sara Cotterall is a senior lecturer at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand. Her principal research interests are in learner autonomy in language learning, and individual differences in second language acquisition.
Hayo Reinders is director of the English Language Self Access Centre (ELSAC) at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. His main research interests include learner autonomy, computer-assisted language learning, and language processing.
Title: Learner Strategies: A Guide for Teachers
Size: 210 x 148mm
Pages: 4pp Cover + 44pp
Finishing: Perfect Bind
|Dimensions||21 × 14.8 cm|
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